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Title The Miles Davis Story
Label DeJa Vu, DVRECD 31
Cover
Booklet / Back Cover Details SUISA
DEJA VU Reference Edition
Barcode 5 013323 153143
Country Italy
Year 1989
CD-Details DVRE 31 PHC 01 @@

Comment Compilation

1) Royal Roost, New York City, USA, September 4, 1948 (a)
2) Royal Roost, New York City, USA, September 18, 1948 (b)
3) WNYC Studio, New York City, USA, February 18, 1950
4) Blue Note Club, Broadcast, Philadelphia, USA, December 8, 1956
5) Café Bohemia, New York City, USA, July 13, 1957
6) Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, December 8, 1957
7) CBS-TV Studio 61, New York City, USA, April 2, 1959
8) Konserthuset Hall, Stockholm, Sweden, March 22, 1960

1) Moon Dreams
2) Move (Mood)
3) Max Is Making Wax
3) Conceptions (Deceptions)
4) Tune Up
5) Bye Bye Blackbird
6) A Night In Tunesia
6) 'Round About Midnight
7) Blues For Pablo
8) Walkin' (Theme)
8) So What

Total Time

03:06
04:37
04:00
04:09
04:15
06:51
07:17
05:36
05:48
17:17
10:28

73:35


1) September 4, 1948 (a):
Miles Davis (tp); Mike Zwerin (tb); Lee Konitz (as); John Barber (tuba); Gerry Mulligan (bars); John Lewis (p); Junior Collins (fr-h); Al McKibbon (b); Max Roach (d); Kenny "Pancho" Hagood (voc); Symphony Sid Torin (ann)

2) September 18, 1948 (b):
Miles Davis (tp); Mike Zwerin (tb); Lee Konitz (as); John Barber (tuba); Gerry Mulligan (bars); John Lewis (p); Junior Collins (fr-h); Al McKibbon (b); Max Roach (d); Kenny "Pancho" Hagood (voc); Symphony Sid Torin (ann)

3) February 18, 1950:
Miles Davis (tp); J.J. Johnson (tb); Stan Getz (ts); Tadd Dameron (p); Gene Ramey (b); Art Blakey (d)

4) December 8, 1955:
Miles Davis (tp); John Coltrane (ts); Red Garland (p); Paul Chambers (b); Philly Joe Jones (d)

5) July 13, 1957:
Miles Davis (tp); Sonny Rollins (ts); Red Garland (p); Paul Chambers (b); Arthur Taylor (d)

6) December 8, 1957:
Miles Davis (tp); Barney Wilen (ts); Rene Urtreger (p); Pierre Michelot (b); Kenny Clarke (d)

7) April 2, 1959:
Miles Davis (tp, flh); John Coltrane (as); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d); Ernie Royal (tp); Louis Mucci (tp); Clyde Reasinger (tp); Johnny Coles (tp); Emmett Berry (tp); Frank Rehak (tb); Jimmy Cleveland (tb); Bill Elton (tb); Rod Levitt (tb); Julius Watkins (fr-h); Bob Northern (fr-h); Bill Barber (tuba); Romeo Penque (wood); Eddie Caine (wood); Danny Bank (bcl); Gil Evans (arr, cond)

8) March 22, 1960:
Miles Davis (tp); John Coltrane (ts); Wynton Kelly (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d)