Miles Dewey Davis III. (* 26. Mai 1926 in Alton, Illinois; † 28. September 1991 in Santa Monica, Kalifornien) war ein amerikanischer Jazz-Trompeter, -Flügelhornist, Komponist und Bandleader.
MILES DAVIS, JOHN COLTRANE, PAUL CHAMBERS, GIL EVANS, ETC.
Miles Davis Octet with Carlos Santana. Amnesty International's 25th Anniversary Benefit Concert. Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ. June 15, 1986.
Stadthalle - Vienna Austria. November 3, 1973. Dave Leibman, Peter Cosey, Reggie Lucas, Michael Henderson, Al Foster, James Mtume Forman.
Miles Davis & Friends in Paris '91
Miles davis and Friends ... Paris , 1991. Kenny garrett (sa), Bill evans (ss), Herbbie Hancock, Al foster, Foley ....
"Summertime" is a track from the album "Porgy and Bess" by jazz trumpet musician Miles Davis, released in 1958 on Columbia Records.
From "The man with the horn" - 1981. solo by Mike Stern, bass patterns by Marcus Miller.
First track from the original Miles Ascenseur Pour L'Echafaud album. Recorded at Poste Parisien, Paris, France on December 4-5, 1957. Miles Davis (trumpet); Barney Wilen (tenor saxophone); Rene Urtreger (piano); Pierre Michelot (bass); Kenny Clarke (drums).
Cannonball Adderley. - Sax, Miles Davis - Trumpet, Sam Jones - Double Bass, Hank Jones - Piano, Art Blakey - Drums. From the 1958 album Somethin' Else.
Miles Davis Sextet 1955. Personnel: Miles Davis - Trumpet, Jackie McLean - Alto Sax, Milt Jackson - Vibes, Ray Bryant - Piano, Percy Heath - Bass, Art Taylor - Drums.
Recorded: Apex Studios, New York City, NY October 5, 1951
Personnel: Miles Davis - Trumpet, Jackie McLean - Alto Sax, Sonny Rollins - Tenor Sax, Walter Bishop Jr. - Piano, Tommy Potter - Bass, Art Blakey - Drums.
* Miles wasn't happy with Art Blakey's improv at the end of this tune.
" ...that's where the end is man, you know the arrangement ! "
1986 HQ (original album version) from the album Tutu.Tutu composed and arranged by Marcus Miller
The 2nd track of Miles Davis's 1959 album "Kind of
paintings by Scott Prior
Track from Porgy and Bess, a studio album released in March 1959 on Columbia Records. The album features arrangements by Davis and collaborator Gil Evans from George Gershwin's opera Porgy and Bess. The album was recorded in four sessions on July 22, July 29, August 4, and August 18, 1958 at Columbia's 30th Street Studio in New York City. It is the second collaboration between Davis and Evans and has garnered much critical acclaim since its release, being acknowledged by music critics as the best of their collaborations.
Label - Columbia
Musicians on this track
Miles Davis -- trumpet, flugelhorn
Ernie Royal, Bernie Glow, Johnny Coles and Louis Mucci -- trumpet
Dick Hixon, Frank Rehak, Jimmy Cleveland and Joe Bennett -- trombone
Willie Ruff, Julius Watkins and Gunther Schuller -- horn
Bill Barber -- tuba
Phil Bodner, Jerome Richardson and Romeo Penque -- flute, alto flute & clarinet
Cannonball Adderley -- alto saxophone
Danny Bank -- alto flute, bass flute & bass clarinet
Paul Chambers -- bass
Gil Evans -- arranger & conductor
live at Amnesty International