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Title Love Songs
Label Columbia / Legacy, 493389-2
Cover
Booklet / Back Cover Details LC 00162
CDM
MCPS / BIEM / SDRM
COLUMBIA
01-493389-10
Compilation produced by: Seth Rothstein & Bob Belden
Digitally remastered by: Seth Foster
SMC 493389 6
LIMITED GOLD EDITION
Sony Music Entertainment (Germany) GmbH & Co. KG.
Barcode 5 099749 338920
Country Austria
Year 2001
CD-Details S0100268116-0101 13 A2
Sony Music
IFPI L553
IFPI 947C
*
Comment Gold-Disc

1) Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City, USA, May 10, 1957
2) Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City, USA, May 26, 1958
3) Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City, USA, August 18, 1958
4) Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City, USA, March 21, 1961
5) Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City, USA, March 20, 1961
6) Columbia Studio, Hollywood, USA, April 16, 1963
7) Columbia Studio, Hollywood, USA, April 17, 1963
8) Lincoln Center, New York City, USA, February 12, 1964
9) Record Plant Studio, New York City, USA, January 10, 1985

6) I Fall In Love To Easily
4) I Thought About You
7) Summer Night
1) My Ship
4) Someday My Prince Will Come
2) Stella By Starlight
8) My Funny Valentine
3) I Love You, Porgy
4) Old Folks
9) Time After Time
9) Human Nature

Total Time

06:48
04:56
06:05
04:34
09:09
04:51
15:09
03:40
05:17
05:34
04:30

70:23


1) May 10, 1957:
Miles Davis (flh); Ernie Royal (tp); Bernie Glow (tp); Louis Mucci (tp); Taft Jordan (tp); Johnny Carisi (tp); Frank Rehak (tb); Jimmy Cleveland (tb); Joe Bennett (tb); Tom Mitchell (tb); Willie Ruff (fr-h); Tony Miranda (fr-h); Bill Barber (tuba); Romeo Penque (fl, cl, bcl, oboe); Sid Cooper (fl, cl); Lee Konitz (as); Danny Bank (bcl); Paul Chambers (b); Arthur Taylor (d); Gil Evans (arr, cond)

2) May 26, 1958:
Miles Davis (tp); Julian "Cannonball" Adderley (as); John Coltrane (ts); Bill Evans (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d)

3) August 18, 1958:
Miles Davis (tp, flh); Ernie Royal (tp); Bernie Glow (tp); Louis Mucci (tp); Joe Bennett (tb); Frank Rehak (tb); Jimmy Cleveland (tb); Dick Hixon (tb); Willie Ruff (fr-h); Julius Watkins (fr-h); Gunther Schuller (fr-h); Bill Barber (tuba); Julian "Cannonball" Adderley (as); Romeo Penque (fl, alto fl, cl); Jerome Richardson (fl, alto fl, cl); Danny Bank (alto fl, bcl); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d); Gil Evans (arr, cond)

4) March 21, 1961:
Miles Davis (tp); John Coltrane, Hank Mobley (ts); Wynton Kelly (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb, Philly Joe Jones (d)

5) March 20, 1961:
Miles Davis (tp); John Coltrane, Hank Mobley (ts); Wynton Kelly (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb, Philly Joe Jones (d)

6) April 16, 1963:
Miles Davis (tp); George Coleman (ts); Victor Feldman (p, el-p); Ron Carter (b); Frank Butler (d)

7) April 17, 1963:
Miles Davis (tp); George Coleman (ts); Victor Feldman (p, el-p); Ron Carter (b); Frank Butler (d)

8) February 12, 1964:
Miles Davis (tp); George Coleman (ts); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Tony Williams (d)

9) January 10, 1985:
Miles Davis (tp); Darryl Jones (b); Al Foster, Vince Wilburn jr. (d); John Scofield (g); Robert Irving III (synth); Steve Thornton (perc)