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Miles Davis - Uc Berkeley, Usa April 7, 1967 - Japan CD

Miles Davis - Uc Berkeley, Usa April 7, 1967 - Japan CD




January 26, 2022

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Catalog No.: EGHO-007

JAN/ISBN: 4589767513191

Number of Discs: 1

Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan


Miles Davis


Miles Davis's unreleased live series *Three consecutive releases in 1960, 1964, and 1967! Released from Eternal Grooves' Jazz label "Howlin'". 95th anniversary of his birth and 30th anniversary of his death, the historical masterpieces of the king will be revived! Supervisor/Liner: Takao Ogawa *Live at UC Berkeley on April 7, 1967. The longest version from the broadcast master and off-air master. Miles Davis Quintet live at UC Berkeley, April 7, 1967. Local bassist Albert Stinson joins Ron Carter (b) on the tr. The extended unison phrase of "Round About Midnight" with Wayne Shorter here is a strong and memorable performance. This is the longest version recorded from the broadcast master and the off-air master. The following is a quote from the "Miles Davis Encyclopedia (Shinko Music Entertainment)" by Takao Ogawa, who supervised the recording: "The first Berkeley Jazz Festival was held on April 7 and 8, 1967, at the Greek Theater, an outdoor theater in Berkeley, California. Festival" was held on April 7 and 8, 1967 at the Greek Theater, an open-air theater in Berkeley, California. This is a performance left over from the first day of the festival. The event was moved to the Harmon Gymnasium, which was also located in the same building, due to heavy rain. Just before this, Miles added Joe Henderson as second tenor saxophonist for a short performance at the "Village Vanguard" (March 9-12). Henderson then left, leaving the busy Ron Carter in New York to begin a tour of the western United States with Albert Stinson or Buster Williams as bassist there. Miles would continue to work with his usual quintet for some time after this. The concert in Berkeley was held at that time. Here they were joined by white bass player Albert Stinson.The regular bassist was still Carter, but during this period the band sometimes welcomed Stinson and Buster Williams, who substituted on the same tour, as well as Gary Peacock, Richard Davis, and even Paul Chambers, a former member of the group. Even when the bassist was not a regular member, Miles and his group maintained a high level of creativity in their playing. This live performance conveys this fact. The one-hour-long stage performance, consisting of the repertoire that the quintet was known for at the time, was filled with such tension that there was no time to catch one's breath. The quintet's live performance at the peak of its musicianship and the unusual bassist make this a rare find. !


1.Gingerbread Boy
2.Stella by Starlight
4.'Round About Midnight
5.So What
7.The Theme

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