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Title The Legendary 1960 European Tour
Label Jazz Plot Records, JPR 61623
Cover
Booklet / Back Cover Details  
Barcode 8 436028 691173
Country United Kingdom
Year 2011
CD-Details Disc 1, 132468, 61623/1, 4/12/11, LN76, IFPI LH01
Disc 2, 132469, 61623/2, 4/12/11, LN76, IFPI LH02
Disc 3, 132470, 61623/3, 4/12/11, LN76, IFPI LH02
Comment  

1) Tivoli Konsertsal, Copenhagen, Denmark, March 24, 1960
2) Kongresshalle, Frankfurt, Germany, March 30, 1960
3) Deutsches Museum, Muenchen, Germany,  April 3, 1960
4) Kongresshaus, Zuerich, Switzerland, April 8, 1960
5) Kurhaus, Scheveningen, The Netherlands, April 9, 1960 (evening show)
6) Apollo Theatre, WDR-Studio, Düsseldorf, Germany, March 28, 1960

1) So What
1) On Green Dolphin Street
1) All Blues - The Theme
2) So What
2) All Of You
3) So What

Total Time Disc 1

3) So What
3) 'Round Midnight
3) Walkin'
4) If I Were A Bell
4) So What
4) All Blues
4) The Theme

Total Time Disc 2

4) Fran-Dance
5) So What
5) 'Round Midnight
5) On Green Dolphin Street
5) Walkin'
5) The Theme
6) On Green Dolphin Street
6) Medley: Autumn Leaves / What's New / Moonlight In Vermont*
6) Walkin'
6) The Theme

Total Time Disc 3

14:20
14:19
15:31
12:55
09:51
10:10

77:06

10:37
05:43
11:02
16:41
15:19
17:01
00:55

77:18

07:44
17:37
05:44
12:27
09:09
00:50
08:55
06:22
07:16
03:30

79:34


1) March 24, 1960:
Miles Davis (tp); John Coltrane (ts); Wynton Kelly (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d)

2) March 30, 1960:
Miles Davis (tp); John Coltrane (ts); Wynton Kelly (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d)

3) April 3, 1960:
Miles Davis (tp); John Coltrane (ts); Wynton Kelly (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d)

4) April 8, 1960:
Miles Davis (tp); John Coltrane (ts); Wynton Kelly (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d)

5) April 9, 1960 (evening show):
Miles Davis (tp); John Coltrane (ts); Wynton Kelly (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d)

6) March 28, 1960:
John Coltrane (ts); Wynton Kelly (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d) Stan Getz (ts)*