BOTC

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BOTCBank of the Cascades (Bend, OR)
BOTCBrotherhood of the Circle (fantasy book)
BOTCBirth of the Cool (Miles Davis music album)
BOTCBattle of the Clans (South African gaming organization)
BOTCBelgische Oldtimer Truck Club (Belgium)
BOTCBasic Officers Training Course
BOTCBattle of the Classes (various schools)
BOTCBlood ov thee Christ (Swedish music group)
BOTCBrotherhood of the Commissioned (gaming clan)
BOTCBrandweer Opleidings & Training Centrum (Dutch: Fire and Training Center; Netherlands and Germany)
BOTCBrothers Of The Coast
BOTCBrothers of the Cross (San Antonio, TX)
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Birth of the Cool 1957, Capitol Records Seminal "cool school" recording that featured a nonet with tuba and French horn.
My only quibble: as a horn player, I was hoping to see a small mention of the horn in jazz, especially in the otherwise-fine sections on Birth of the Cool and Gil Evans.
But the real revolution in Miles's approach and in the jazz idiom generally had come circa ten years earlier in Miles's seminal Birth of the Cool recording, which marked Miles's break with the Bebop style of Charlie "Yardbird" Parker and Dizzy "Diz" Gillespie.
The Birth of the Cool of Miles Davis and His Associates.
I looked at Birth of the Cool by Lewis MacAdams, Cool Rules by Pountain and Robins, Hip: A History by John Leland, The Conquest of Cool by Thomas Frank, and American Cool by Peter Stearns.
This is a musical analysis of the pivotal Miles Davis Orchestra recordings of 1948-1950, including the radio broadcasts from the Royal Roost (found on The Complete Birth of the Cool from Capital Records) that is aimed at young musicians (college students primarily).
Presented in conjunction with the Birth of the Cool exhibition.
Hendricks: Birth of the Cool, Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University, Durham, N.
Davis won eight Grammy awards, with albums in his back catalogue including Birth of the Cool, In a Silent Way and Bitches Brew which fused jazz with rock music.
Its concert, Birth of the Cool, will feature the music of Miles Davis and Charlie Mingus, and will be a mixture of regional scores and classic compositions.
As for my own attempt to recreate "The Birth of the Cool," with a 10-piece band, he gave me the full treatment too.