Miles Davis Quintet - European Tour 1967 album flac
- Album: European Tour 1967
- FLAC: 1121 mb | MP3: 1530 mb
- Released: 2006
- Style: Hard Bop, Modal
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 918
- Format: WAV DTS AUD MIDI MP2 AIFF FLAC
|Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden, October 31, 1967.|
|5||Gingerbread Boy Into The Theme||8:13|
|Stadthalle, Karlsruhe, Germany, November 7, 1967.|
|8||I Fall In Love Too Easily||11:34|
|10||Gingerbread Boy Into The Theme||5:50|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Impro-Jazz
- Copyright (c) – Impro-Jazz
- Filmed At – Konserthuset, Stockholm
- Filmed At – Stadthalle, Karlsruhe
- Bass – Ron Carter
- Drums – Tony Williams*
- Piano – Herbie Hancock
- Tenor Saxophone – Wayne Shorter
- Trumpet – Miles Davis
NotesTotal Time: 75 min.
B&W / Stereo
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 436028 695188
Miles Davis Quintet (PRLP 185) is a 10 inch LP album by Miles Davis, released in 1954 by Prestige Records. The album title is not to be confused with either of Davis' later Great Quintets. The three tracks on this LP, and one other, were recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey, on April 3, 1954. This was the first session for Prestige Davis recorded at Gelder's home studio, as he would all his remaining sessions for the label.
Miles Davis Quintet: Li. .has been added to your Cart. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. The recordings from their 1967 European tour are some of the only existing documentation of the band performing compositions from the extraordinary series of studio albums they made between 1965-1967 - . Miles Smiles, Sorcerer and Nefertiti. Now fans can hear live versions of Agitation (from . Footprints" and "Gingerbread Boy ( from Miles Smiles), Masquelero" (from Sorcerer ) and Riot" (from Nefertiti); PLUS, Miles revisits some of the earlier classics he had been performing for years - Round Midnight, On Green Dolphin Street, I Fall In Love Too Easily and.
Musically, the quintet - Davis, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter, and Tony Williams - are firing on all cylinders throughout.
Featuring Miles Davis's 'The Second Great Quintet' with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams,Live In Europe 1967, Bootleg Vo. 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.
The European tour dates brought the Quintet to Antwerp, Belgium (October 28th); Stockholm, Sweden (October 31st); Copenhagen, Denmark (November 2nd); Paris, France (November 6th); and Karlsruhe, Germany (November 7th). The tour was organized and promoted by Newport Jazz Festival impresario George Wein and also starred Sarah Vaughan, the Archie Shepp Quintet (with Roswell Rudd, Grachan Moncur III, Jimmy Garrison, and Beaver Harris), the Thelonious Monk Quartet (with Charlie Rouse), the Gary Burton Quartet (with Larry Coryell, Steve Swallow, and Bobby Moses), and Wein’s own Newport . The only previous authorized release of this video was as a bonus disc on the commemorative 70-CD + DVD Complete Miles Davis Columbia Album Collection, released in 2009 on Columbia/Legacy.
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 . DVD: Agitation; Footprints; I Fall In Love Too Easily; Gingerbread Boy; The Theme; Agitation; Footprints; 'Round Midnight; Gingerbread Boy; The Theme. Personnel: Miles Davis: trumpet; Wayne Shorter: saxophone; Herbie Hancock: piano; Ron Carter: bass; Tony Williams: drums.
Miles Davis - Masqualero 08:53. Miles Davis - Gingerbread Boy 05:56. Miles Davis - The Theme 01:15. Miles Davis - Agitation 06:14. Miles Davis - Footprints 09:01.
This exemplary unit, regarded by history as Miles Davis’ second classic quintet, was solidified in September, 1964, when Wayne Shorter joined the band, replacing Sam Rivers, who had briefly taken over the tenor sax chair from George Coleman in the quintet. This outfit was first documented on the live Miles in Berlin, recorded on September 25 at the Berlin Philharmonie. By the time they left for a European tour in late October of 1967, Miles and his fiery young charges were hitting on all cylinders, naturally striding away from hard bop while moving toward the avant garde with an uncanny groupthink. What instantly registers on these repeated renditions of tunes like Agitation (from . Wayne Shorter’s Footprints, Jimmy Heath’s Gingerbread Boy (from Miles Smiles), and Masqualero (from Sorcerer) is the sheer supersonic speed and manic intensity of the playing.
Written-By – Miles Davis.