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Miles Davis|Seven Steps to HeavenOriginal Album Plus Bonus Tracks

Seven Steps to HeavenOriginal Album Plus Bonus Tracks

Miles Davis

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1
Basin Street Blues
00:10:29

Miles Davis, Performer - Spencer Williams, Composer

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2
Seven Steps to Heaven
00:06:25

Miles Davis, Performer, Composer - Victor Feldman, Composer

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3
I Fall in Love Too Easily
00:06:45

Miles Davis, Performer - Jule Styne, Composer - Sammy Cahn, Writer

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4
So Near, So Far
00:06:58

Miles Davis, Performer - Tony Crombie, Composer, Writer - Benny Green, Composer, Writer

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5
Baby Won't You Please Come Home
00:08:27

Miles Davis, Performer - Charles Warfield, Composer, Writer - Clarence Williams, Composer, Writer

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6
Joshua
00:06:59

Miles Davis, Performer - Victor Feldman, Composer

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7
Song No. 1 (Bonus Track)
00:04:36

Miles Davis, Performer, Composer - Gil Evans, Composer

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8
Wait Till You See Her (Bonus Track)
00:04:04

Miles Davis, Performer - Richard Rodgers, Composer - Lorenz Hart, Writer

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