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Live In Europe 1967 - Best Of Bootleg Vol. 1 - The Miles Davis Quintet

Live In Europe 1967 - Best Of Bootleg Vol. 1

The Miles Davis Quintet  

Format: 1 CD

Genre: jazz

Barcode: 0886979487024

"live in europe de miles davis is another essential document in the miles davis collection of interpretations never before edited.

in the 60s, miles davis toured Europe on tour with one of the best bands that ever led (miles davis ? trumpet; wayne shorter ? saxophone tenor; herbie hancock ? piano;...
 

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"live in europe de miles davis is another essential document in the miles davis collection of interpretations never before edited.

in the 60s, miles davis toured Europe on tour with one of the best bands that ever led (miles davis ? trumpet; wayne shorter ? saxophone tenor; herbie hancock ? piano; ron carter ? bass; tony williams ? drums.)

a Sony/Legacy presents ?miles davis quintet - live in europe 1967 - the bootleg series Vol.1? with miles davis? ?second great quintet? featuring wayne shorter, herbie hancock, ron carter and tony williams ? arguably the smallest and best ensemble group in the history of jazz.

the recordings of the 1967 European tour are part of the only existing documentation of the compositions performed by the band, the extraordinary series of studio albums recorded between 1965-1967 -- E.S.P., miles smiles, sorcerer and nefertiti. now fans can hear the live versions of agitation (from E.S.P.), ?footprints" and "gingerbread boy? (from miles smiles), ?masquelero" (from sorcerer ) and ?riot" (from nefertiti); love miles still reviews some of the early classics that played for years - ?round midnight?, ?on green dolphin street? and ?no blues? all of them in amazing and different interpretations of the original studio versions.

Artist

The Miles Davis Quintet did not exist continously, but was formed several times with different basic line-ups. Mainly known are the two "Great Quintets".

"First Miles Davis Quintet" or First Great Miles Davis Quintet" - 1955 to 1958 with the following main artists (changes in line-up not shown here):
Miles Davis — Trumpet
John Coltrane — Tenor Saxophone
Red Garland — Piano
Paul Chambers (3) — Double Bass
"Philly" Joe Jones — Drums
increased to Sextet in 1958 with Cannonball Adderley — Alto Saxophone

"Second Miles Davis Quintet" or "Second Great Miles Davis Quintet" - 1964 to 1969 with the following main artists (changes in line-up not shown here):
Miles Davis — Trumpet
Wayne Shorter — Tenor Saxophone
Herbie Hancock — Piano
Ron Carter — Double Bass
Anthony Williams — Drums

Outside these timespans there were also several Quintets besides the so called "Great Quintets". Several albums performed by the described Quintets are not credited to the group PAN, but to Miles Davis, please submit an "Ensemble" credit in these cases! (E.g. Miles Davis At Carnegie Hall)

Tracks

1  Agitation  05:26

2  On Green Dolphin Street  08:26

3  Footprints  09:37

4  Introduction  01:39

5  'Round Midnight  07:16

6  No Blues  14:41

7  Masqualero  10:08

8  Gingerbread Boy  05:56

9  The Theme  01:16

10  The Theme  08:22

Releases

Formats

CD

Labels

Columbia

Countries

United States of America, Europe

years

2011

Members

Herbie Hancock,Miles Davis,Horace Silver,Wayne Shorter,Barney Wilen,Ron Carter,John Coltrane,Hank Mobley,Elvin Jones,Sonny Rollins,Charles Mingus,Kenny Clarke,Max Roach,Jack DeJohnette,René Urtreger,Pierre Michelot,Wynton Kelly,Bill Evans,Jimmy Cobb,George Coleman,Percy Heath,Red Garland,Frank Butler,Victor Feldman,"Philly" Joe Jones,Curly Russell,Lee Konitz,Paul Chambers (3),Anthony Williams,Davey Schildkraut,John Lewis (2),Britt Woodman,Teddy Charles,Albert Stinson

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