The complete Columbia studio recordings

The complete Columbia studio recordings

Music CD - 2004
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Publisher: New York, NY : Columbia/Legacy, [2004], p1996
Branch Call Number: CD PJ DAV C23
Characteristics: 6 sound discs : digital, stereo., mono. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet
Contents: Disc 1. Miles ahead. Springsville : (master) (3:27) ; Maids of Cadiz : (master) (3:53) ; Duke : (master) (3:35) ; My ship : (master) (4:28) ; Miles ahead : (master) (3:29) ; Blues for Pablo : (master) (5:18) ; New rhumba : (master) (4:37) ; Meaning of the blues : (master) (2:48) ; Lament : (master) (2:14) ; I don't wanna be kissed (by anyone but you) : (master) (3:06) ; Springsville : (remake, take 7) (3:14) ; Maids of Cadiz : (take 1) (3:54) ; Duke : (take 11) (3:30) ; My ship : (take 1) (4:22) ; Miles ahead : (take 4) (3:28) ; Blues for Pablo : (take 1) (5:25) ; New rhumba : (take 5) (4:41) ; Meaning of the blues : (rehearsal take) (2:48) ; Lament : (rehearsal take) (2:20) ; I don't wanna be kissed (by anyone but you) : (take 8) (3:12)
Disc 2. Porgy and Bess. The buzzard song : (master) (4:07) ; Bess, you is my woman now : (master) (5:10) ; Gone : (master) (3:37) ; Gone, gone, gone : (master) (2:03) ; Summertime : (master) (3:17) ; Oh Bess, oh where's my Bess? : (master) (4:28) ; Prayer : (Oh Doctor Jesus) : (master) (4:39) ; Fisherman, strawberry and devil crab : (master) (4:06) ; My man's gone now : (master) (6:14) ; It ain't necessarily so : (master) (4:23) ; Here come de honey man : (master) (1:18) ; I loves you, Porgy : (master) (3:39) ; There's a boat that's leaving soon for New York : (master) (3:23) ; Gone : (take 3) (3:37) ; Summertime : (take 2) (3:16) ; Prayer : (Oh Doctor Jesus) : (take 2) (4:14) ; I loves you, Porgy : (take 1, second version) (4:14) ; There's a boat that's leaving soon for New York : (take 2) (3:39) ; Oh Bess, Oh where's my Bess? : (take 5) (4:21) ; Gone : (take 4) (3:40)
Disc 3. Sketches of Spain. Concierto de Aranjuez. Adagio : (master) (16:19) ; Will o' the wisp : (master) (3:47) ; Pan piper : (master) (3:52) ; Saeta : (master) (5:06) ; Solea : (master) (12:15) ; Song of our country (issued take) (3:23) ; Saeta (full version of master) (6:01) ; Pan piper : (take 1) (3:11) ; Concierto de Aranjuez. Adagio. pt. 1 (alternate take) (12:04) ; Concierto de Aranjuez. Adagio. pt. 2 (alternate take) (3:32) ; Song of our country : (take 14) (3:10)
Disc 4. Quiet nights and more. Song no. 2 : (master) (1:36) ; Once upon a summertime : (master) (3:24) ; Aos pes da cruz : (master) (4:15) ; Song no. 1 : (master) (4:33) ; Wait Till You See Her : (master) (4:03) ; Corcovado (Quiet nights of quiet stars) : (master) (2:42) ; Blue Christmas : (master) (2:40) ; Nothing like you : (master) (1:58) ; Devil may care : (master) (3:27) ; Time of the barracudas (12:45) ; Falling water : (take 4) (3:43) ; Falling water : (take 6) (4:22) ; Falling water : (take 8) (4:15) ; Falling water : (take 9) (4:18) ; Springsville : (take 5) (3:32) ; Maids of Cadiz : (take 11) (4:06) ; Maids of Cadiz : (take 11, insert 1) (2:36) ; Lament : (medley, take 2) (2:35) ; Duke : (take 1) (3:27) ; I don't wanna be kissed (by anyone but you) (53225 issued version) (3:07)
Disc 5. The making of Miles ahead. Springsville : (rehearsal sequence) (6:58) ; Springsville (rehearsal with piano) (2:30) ; Maids of Cadiz : (take 9) (:32) ; Maids of Cadiz : (take 10) (4:11) ; Maids of Cadiz (rehearsal sequence) (1:26) ; Count off for the Duke : (take 3) (:35) ; Duke : (take 8) (3:31) ; Duke : (piano take 3) (1:52) ; My ship : (take 6) (4:36) ; Miles ahead : (rehearsal sequence) (1:47) ; Miles ahead : (take 12) (3:30) ; Miles ahead : (take 15) (3:31) ; Studio
Disc 6. Alternate and rehearsal takes. Studio
Additional Contributors: Evans, Gil 1912-1988

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garycornell
Mar 13, 2018

Nobody in line for what may be, in my mind, the greatest recordings of Miles Davis! Now I know there are those who love Miles Davis "Bitches Brew" and on. I love the early Miles Davis. That is the man who created such beautiful jazz with Gil Evans as his producer. The two men created a new form of jazz. The whole album would all seem to fit together. No distractions. One track would lead beautifully into the next! That is just the way I feel! I saw Miles Davis live in San Francisco around 1968! He was just moving into his new direction of "Bitches Brew". You can imagine my feeling that Miles was moving away from music that I had grown to love!

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