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Miles Davis|The Playlist Of My Life!

The Playlist Of My Life!

Miles Davis

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Miles Davis

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1
My Funny Valentine
00:05:59

Miles Davis, Composer, Performer, Writer

Glory Days Records

2
Blue Room
00:03:01

Miles Davis, Performer - Rodgers, Composer - Hart, Composer

Glory Days Records

3
Rocker
00:03:06

Miles Davis, Performer - Mulligan, Composer

Glory Days Records

4
Deception
00:02:48

Miles Davis, Performer - Davis, Composer

Glory Days Records

5
Venus De Milo
00:03:12

Miles Davis, Performer - Mulligan, Composer

Glory Days Records

6
When I Fall in Love
00:04:22

Miles Davis, Composer, Performer, Writer

Glory Days Records

7
You're My Everything
00:04:46

Miles Davis, Composer, Performer, Writer

Glory Days Records

8
Boplicity
00:03:01

Miles Davis, Performer - Henry, Composer

Glory Days Records

9
Jeru
00:03:12

Miles Davis, Performer - Mulligan, Composer

Glory Days Records

10
Easy Living
00:05:05

Miles Davis, Composer, Performer, Writer

Glory Days Records

11
Israel
00:02:17

Miles Davis, Performer - A. Carisi, Composer

Glory Days Records

12
Moon Dreams
00:03:19

Miles Davis, Performer - McGregor, Composer - Mercer, Composer

Glory Days Records

13
Morpheus
00:02:22

Miles Davis, Performer - Lewis, Composer

Glory Days Records

14
Down
00:02:52

Miles Davis, Performer - Davis, Composer

Glory Days Records

15
There Is No Greater Love
00:05:19

Miles Davis, Composer, Performer, Writer

Glory Days Records

16
Nature Boy
00:06:15

Miles Davis, Composer, Performer, Writer

Glory Days Records

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