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Four (composition)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Four"
Composition by Miles Davis
from the album Blue Haze
Released1954 (1954)
RecordedMarch 15 and April 3, 1954
GenreJazz
Length4:03[1][better source needed]
LabelPrestige
Composer(s)Miles Davis
Producer(s)Bob Weinstock, Ira Gitler

"Four" is a 1954 jazz standard. It was first recorded in 1954 by jazz trumpeter Miles Davis and released on his album Miles Davis Quartet.[2] It is a 32-bar ABAC form.[3]

The song composition officially credits jazz trumpeter Miles Davis[4] as the writer. However, there is some controversy that it may have actually been composed by someone else. The American jazz saxophonist Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson has claimed ownership for the song.[5]

Personnel

Recordings

The following artists have covered this composition.

Lambert, Hendricks & Ross use Davis's solo on their 1958 album "The Swingers" which caused some conflict between Hendricks and Davis.[8]

References

  1. ^ Yanow, Scott (2011). "Blue Haze - Miles Davis | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 2 August 2011.
  2. ^ Aebersold, Jamey (1995). Jamey Aebersold Play-A-Long - Volume 65 - Four and More. Jamey Aebersold Jazz Inc. pp. ii. ISBN 1-56224-209-1.
  3. ^ Levine, Mark (1995). The Jazz theory Book. Sher Music Co. p. 388.
  4. ^ Koster, Rick. Texas Music, St. Martin's Press, page 319, (2000) - ISBN 0-312-25425-3
  5. ^ https://www.learnjazzstandards.com/jazz-standards/four/
  6. ^ Levine, Mark (1995). The Jazz theory Book. Sher Music Co. p. 114.
  7. ^ amg
  8. ^ http://www.wnyc.org/story/277054-jon-hendricks/


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