Title: The Prince Of Darkness - Live In Europe
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Live-Evil is an album of both live and studio recordings by American jazz musician Miles Davis. They were performed as lengthy, dense jams in the jazz-rock style, while the studio recordings were renditions of Hermeto Pascoal compositions. The album was originally released on November 17, 1971.
The DVD performances were originally issued in 2009 as part of Miles Davis - The Complete Columbia Album Collection (88697524922). All three CDs are previously unreleased. Mastered at Battery Studios, New York City.
Featuring Miles Davis's 'The Second Great Quintet' with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams,Live In Europe 1967, Bootleg Vol. 1 is the best historical album of 2012, according to the Downbeat Critics Poll 2012. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. Including 16-page booklet with liner notes by jazz-historian Ashley Kahn and superior packaging. More MILES DAVIS QUINTET. Live In Europe 1967, Bootleg vol 1 is the best historical album of 2012, according to the Downbeat Critics Poll 2012.
Live in Europe 1967 is better than every single one of them. This is definitive Miles insofar as any one Davis album can be "definitive," insofar as any single record can provide anything beyond a fleeting snapshot of an artist who five minutes later would have changed again.
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A great album to listen to Miles Davis live in Europe. Herbie Hancock is on the piano and George Coleman on the saxophone. You get to listen to really nice long versions of many of these songs as they get lost in their music, which is always a delight. Autumn Leaves is the first piece with a nice long version of it lasting almost 14 minutes and really showcasing Miles on the trumpet. I think what makes this particular album different is that the band really took off with really nice runs between Hancock, Coleman and Miles, creating long sets of gorgeous runs. Most of the album is a faster tempo, with Milestones being played faster than I have ever heard it on any other album.
The Miles Davis quintet of the mid-to-late 1960s occupies a weird place in the trumpeter's canon. Critics (this one included) will tell you that it isn't just the best band Miles ever led, but one of the choicest small groups in jazz history. If you're not a jazz nerd, though, you may not know it existed. This is because the outfit- rounded out by tenor saxist Wayne Shorter, pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Tony Williams- doesn't register on Miles' pop-cultural timeline. But Live in Europe 1967, which presents five concerts from October and November of that year on three great-sounding CDs and one DVD, is no footnote: This set, Volume 1 in a new Davis Bootleg Series built on the Bob Dylan model, offers a chance to hear one of the greatest bandleaders of the 20th century push his collaborators into a.
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Written By – W. Miller
Written By – Robert Irving III
Written By – Miles Davis
|4||Time After Time
Written By – Cyndi Lauper, Rob Hyman
|5||Call It Anything
Written By – Miles Davis
- Copyright (c) – IMC Music Ltd.
- Recorded At – Munich Philharmonie
- Recorded At – Isle Of Wight Festival
- Artwork – Elian Grafische Vormgeving
- Bass – Benny Rietveld (tracks: 1-4), Dave Holland (tracks: 5)
- Drums – Jack DeJohnette (tracks: 5), Ricky Wellman (tracks: 1-4)
- Guitar – Foley (tracks: 1-4)
- Keyboards – Adam Holzman (tracks: 1-4), Chick Corea (tracks: 5), Keith Jarrett (tracks: 5), Robert Irving III (tracks: 1-4)
- Percussion – Airto Moreira (tracks: 5), Marilyn Mazur (tracks: 1-4)
- Saxophone – Gary Bartz (tracks: 5), Kenny Garrett (tracks: 1-4)
- Trumpet – Miles Davis
NotesTracks 1-4 : Münchner Klaviersommer 1988
Track 5 : 1970-08-29
Made in the Netherlands
NTSC - all regions / 4:3
Total playing time approx. 63 minutes
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- Barcode: 8 712177 048212
- Mastering SID Code (outer ring): IFPI LV51
- Matrix / Runout (outer ring): # IMM 940079 # 1 ODR