Create a 5 pages page paper that discusses kind of blue analysis by miles davis. Flamenco Sketches is recorded in a live jazz standard, and if one listens carefully, they can pick out the tinkling of glasses in the quieter moments. The song that is the last in the album brings the listener down to where it all began with ‘so what.’ Unlike most jazz pieces, in which the leader passes around to the band “heads” with the first 12 bars in tune, in flamenco sketches, Evans jots down the notes on five scales, all of which expressed a different mood.  .It has a unique and world sound that has resulted in numerous renditions by another artist who finds that it easily fits in various genres and sub-genres of jazz. The improvisation in Flamenco sketches appears to be unrestrictive, which suggests, given Miles’s reputation, that the soloist was allowed to improvise for as long as he wished (Jones). . This easily compares with Wynton Kelly’s traditional blues and Keyboardist technique in Freddie Freeloader, the only convectional blue in the album.
“All Blues” proves to be somewhat, and oddity in comparison to Kind of blue regarding the solos and tune differentiation, all blues like freeloader Freddie appears to be heavily anchored on modal improvisation by the band tied together by Davis’s free melodic composition. It is played 6/8 times in the form of 12 measures. To a great extent, this track is one of the main reasons the album is so popular since its sound appeals to even nonjazz fans who are likely to go on and listen to the rest of the tracks. Throughout Miles’s career, the tune proved an incredibly popular one for stage performances and was a live staple. it is not difficult to appreciate why the song builds on the trumpet’s melodic brilliance, which is so elegantly executed that even in his solo, Coltrane is never able to upstage. In many ways, all blues is a legacy of Jimmy Cobb’s light and fluid drumming techniques. Although a nonprofessional, listening will often overlook this, his position as the group’s unsung hero is mostly brought out in this particular track.
While people will have different opinions of what they consider their favorite in any collection of songs, “blue in green” is arguably one of the best tracks in the album kind of blue. . The ensemble of the music is lifted to new levels subtly. the track gets a major boost from the introduction by the piano in which bill Evans who remains one of the most important of Mile Davis’s collaborators.