Miles Davis Catalog

1945 (age 19)

Miles Davis - First Miles  (Savoy SJL 1196)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Herbie Fields (clarinet, tenor saxophone) Teddy Brannon (piano) Al Casey (guitar) Leonard Gaskin (bass) Eddie Nicholson (drums) Rubberlegs Williams (vocals)
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, April 24, 1945
S5805-1That's The Stuff You Gotta Watch (alt. take 1)
S5805-2That's The Stuff You Gotta Watch (alt. take 2)
S5805-3That's The Stuff You Gotta Watch (mst. take 3)
S5806Pointless Mama Blues
S5807Deep Sea Blues
S5808-1Bring It On Home (false start take 1)
S5808-2Bring It On Home (alt. take 2)
S5808-3Bring It On Home (mst. take 3)

Charlie Parker Story  (Savoy MG 12079)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Dizzy Gillespie (piano -1/7) Sadik Hakim (piano -8,9) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, November 26, 1945
1. S5850-1Billie's Bounce (new-take 1)
2. S5850-2Billie's Bounce (short-take 2)
3. S5850-3Billie's Bounce (new-take 3)
4. S5850-4Billie's Bounce (new-take 4)
5. S5851-1Now's The Time (short-take 1)
6. S5851-2Now's The Time (short-take 2)
7. S5851-3Now's The Time (new-take 3)
8. S5852-1Thriving On A Riff (new-take 1)
9. S5852-2Thriving On A Riff (short-take 2)

Charlie Parker Memorial, Vol. 2  (Savoy MG 12009)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Dizzy Gillespie (piano -1) Sadik Hakim (piano -2) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, November 26, 1945
1. S5850-5Billie's Bounce (orig.-take 5)
2. S5852-3Thriving On A Riff (orig.-take 3)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Bud Powell (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, May 8, 1947
S3420-4Donna Lee (new-take 4)
S3421-3Chasin' The Bird (new-take 3)
S3423-1Buzzy (new-take 1)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (tenor saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Nelson Boyd (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, August 14, 1947
S3440-2Milestones (new-take 2)
S3442-2Half Nelson (orig.-take 2)
S3443-1Sippin' At Bells (short-take 1)
S3443-2Sippin' At Bells (orig.-take 2)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, September 18, 1948
B900-2Barbados (short-take 2)
B900-3Barbados (new-take 3)
B902-3Constellation (short-take 3)
B902-4Constellation (orig.-take 4)
same personnel
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, September 24, 1948
B908-2Perhaps (short-take 2)
B908-3Perhaps (new-take 3)
B909-11Marmaduke (take 11)

The Immortal Charlie Parker  (Savoy MG 12001)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Dizzy Gillespie (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, November 26, 1945
S5851-4Now's The Time (orig.-take 4)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Bud Powell (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, May 8, 1947
S3420-2Donna Lee (new-take 2)
S3420-3Donna Lee (new-take 3)
S3421-1Chasin' The Bird (new-take 1)
S3422-1Cheryl (short-take 1)
S3422-2Cheryl (orig.-take 2)
S3423-2Buzzy (short-take 2)
S3423-3Buzzy (new-take 3)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (tenor saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Nelson Boyd (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, August 14, 1947
S3440-3Milestones (orig.-take 3)
S3441-1Little Willie Leaps (short-take 1)
S3441-2Little Willie Leaps (new-take 2)
S3441-3Little Willie Leaps (orig.-take 3)
S3442-1Half Nelson (new-take 1)
S3443-4Sippin' At Bells (new-take 4)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, September 24, 1948
B909-6Marmaduke (orig.-take 6)
B909-7Marmaduke (orig.-take 7)
B909-8Marmaduke (orig.-take 8)

1946 (age 20)

Charlie Parker - Yardbird In Lotus Land  (Spotlite (E) SPJ 123)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Joe Albany (piano) Addison Farmer (bass) Chuck Thompson (drums)
"Finale Club", Los Angeles, CA, early March, 1946
Blue 'N' Boogie
Anthropology
Billie's Bounce
Ornithology
All The Things You Are

Charlie Parker On Dial, Vol. 1  (Spotlite (E) SPJ 101)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Dodo Marmarosa (piano) Arvin Garrison (guitar -3/6) Vic McMillan (bass) Roy Porter (drums)
Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA, March 28, 1946
1. D1010-1Moose The Mooche
2. D1010-3-
3. D1011-1Yardbird Suite
4. D1012-1Ornithology
5. D1012-4-
6. D1013-4A Night In Tunisia

Charlie Parker - Alternate Masters, Vol. 2  (Dial LP 905)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Dodo Marmarosa (piano) Arvin Garrison (guitar -2/5) Vic McMillan (bass) Roy Porter (drums)
Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA, March 28, 1946
1. D1010-2Moose The Mooche
2. D1011-4Yardbird Suite
3. D1012-3Ornithology (Bird Lore)
4. D1013-1A Night In Tunisia (excerpt) (The Famous Alto Break)
5. D1013-5A Night In Tunisia
Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, October 28, 1947
D1101-BDexterity
D1103-CDewey Square
add J.J. Johnson (trombone)
WOR Studios, NYC, December 17, 1947
D1151-BDrifting On A Reed (Giant Swing)
D1153-BCharlie's Wig
D1155-CCrazeology

Charles Mingus - The Young Rebel  (Swingtime (E) ST 1010)

Vern Carlson, Miles Davis (trumpet) Henry Coker (trombone) Boots Mussulli (alto saxophone) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Buddy Collette (tenor saxophone, flute) Herb Carol (baritone saxophone) Buzz Wheeler (piano) Charles Mingus (bass, cello) Warren Thompson (drums) Herb Gayle (vocals -1)
Hollywood, CA, March or August, 1946 or 1947 or January, 1949
1. O-189He's Gone
2. O-190Story Of Love

Baron Mingus - God's Portrait / unknown title (not released)  (Fentone 2001)

Vern Carlson, Miles Davis (trumpet) Henry Coker (trombone) Boots Mussulli (alto saxophone) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Buddy Collette (tenor saxophone, flute) Herb Carol (baritone saxophone) Buzz Wheeler (piano) Charles Mingus (bass, cello) Warren Thompson (drums) Herb Gayle (vocals -1)
Hollywood, CA, March or August, 1946 or 1947 or January, 1949
1.God's Portrait
2.unknown title

Various Artists - Jazz Off The Air, Vol. 3  (Spotlite (E) SPJ 147)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Al Grey, Candy Ross (trombone) Benny Carter (alto saxophone) Hubert "Bumps" Meyers, Lyle Parker (tenor saxophone) Sonny White (piano) Jimmy Cannady (guitar) Tom Moultrie (bass) Percy Brice (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, May-June, 1946
Just You, Just Me
Jump Call
Untitled Original (Polishing Brass)

Various Artists - Boning Up The 'Bones  (EmArcy MG 36038)

Miles Davis, Hobart Dotson, Leonard Hawkins, King Kolax (trumpet) Water Knox, Chippy Outcalt, Gerald Velentine (trombone) John Cobbs, Sonny Stitt (alto saxophone) Gene Ammons, Arthur Sammons (tenor saxophone) Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone) Linton Garner (piano) Connie Wainwright (guitar) Tommy Potter (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Billy Eckstine (vocals, valve trombone)
Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA, October 5, 1946
NSC164Oo Bop Sh' Bam

Billy Eckstine - Mr. B And The Band  (Savoy SJL 2214)

Miles Davis, Hobart Dotson, Leonard Hawkins, King Kolax (trumpet) Water Knox, Chippy Outcalt, Gerald Velentine (trombone) John Cobbs, Sonny Stitt (alto saxophone) Gene Ammons, Arthur Sammons (tenor saxophone) Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone) Linton Garner (piano) Connie Wainwright (guitar) Tommy Potter (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Billy Eckstine (vocals, valve trombone): same session
Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA, October 5, 1946
NSC164Oo Bop Sh' Bam (alt. take)

Billy Eckstine - The Love Songs Of Mr. "B"  (EmArcy MG 36030)

Miles Davis, Hobart Dotson, Leonard Hawkins, King Kolax (trumpet) Water Knox, Chippy Outcalt, Gerald Velentine (trombone) John Cobbs, Sonny Stitt (alto saxophone) Gene Ammons, Arthur Sammons (tenor saxophone) Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone) Linton Garner (piano) Connie Wainwright (guitar) Tommy Potter (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Billy Eckstine (vocals, valve trombone): same session
Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA, October 5, 1946
NSC165I Love The Loveliness Of You
add unidentified strings
Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA, October 6, 1946
NSC168My Silent Love
NSC169Time On My Hands
NSC170All The Things You Are

Billy Eckstine - I Surrender, Dear  (EmArcy MG 36010)

Miles Davis, Hobart Dotson, Leonard Hawkins, King Kolax (trumpet) Water Knox, Chippy Outcalt, Gerald Velentine (trombone) John Cobbs, Sonny Stitt (alto saxophone) Gene Ammons, Arthur Sammons (tenor saxophone) Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone) Linton Garner (piano) Connie Wainwright (guitar) Tommy Potter (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Billy Eckstine (vocals, valve trombone): omit unidentified strings
Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA, October 5, 1946
NSC166In The Still Of The Night
add unidentified strings
Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA, October 6, 1946
NSC171In A Sentimental Mood

Billy Eckstine - Blues For Sale  (EmArcy MG 36029)

Miles Davis, Hobart Dotson, Leonard Hawkins, King Kolax (trumpet) Water Knox, Chippy Outcalt, Gerald Velentine (trombone) John Cobbs, Sonny Stitt (alto saxophone) Gene Ammons, Arthur Sammons (tenor saxophone) Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone) Linton Garner (piano) Connie Wainwright (guitar) Tommy Potter (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Billy Eckstine (vocals, valve trombone): omit unidentified strings
Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA, October 5, 1946
NSC167Jelly Jelly

Miles Davis - Boppin' The Blues  (Black Lion (G) BLCD 760102)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Gene Ammons (tenor saxophone) Linton Garner (piano) Connie Wainwright (guitar) Tommy Potter (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Earl Coleman (vocals)
Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA, October 18, 1946
168-1Don't Sing Me The Blues
168-2-
169-1Don't Explain To Me Baby
169-2-
169-3-
169-4-
Ann Baker (vocals) replaces Coleman
170-1Baby, Won't You Make Up Your Mind
170-2-
170-3-
171-1I've Always Got The Blues (incomplete)
171-2I've Always Got The Blues
171-3-

1947

Illinois Jacquet And His Tenor Sax  (Aladdin AL 803)

Miles Davis, Marion Hazel or Russell Jacquet, Fats Navarro, Joe Newman (trumpet) Gus Chapell, Ted Kelly, Fred Robinson, Dicky Wells (trombone) Ray Perry, Jimmy Powell (alto saxophone) Illinois Jacquet, Clay Nicholas or Budd Johnson (tenor saxophone) Leo Parker (baritone saxophone) Bill Doggett (piano -1,3,4) Leonard Feather (piano -2) Al Lucas (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums)
NYC, January 7, 1947
1. NR94-4 | IM-3634For Europeans Only
2. NR95-3 | IM-3633Big Dog
3. NR96-4 | IM-3632You Left Me All Alone
4. NR97-2 | IM-3631Jivin' With Jack The Bellboy
** also issued on Aladdin (F) 803 entitled "The Complete Aladdin Sessions".

Charlie Parker - Encores  (Savoy SJL 1107)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Bud Powell (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, May 8, 1947
S3420-1Donna Lee (new-take 1)
S3421-2Chasin' The Bird (short-take 2)

The Genius Of Charlie Parker  (Savoy MG 12014)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Bud Powell (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums): same session
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, May 8, 1947
S3420-5Donna Lee (orig.-take 3)
S3421-4Chasin' The Bird (short-take 4)
Duke Jordan (piano) replaces Powell
United Sound Systems, Detroit, MI, December 21, 1947
D831-3Bluebird (orig.-take 3)
D832-1Klaunstance (orig.-take 1)
D833-3Bird Gets The Worm (orig.-take 3)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, September 18, 1948
B900-4Barbados (orig.-take 4)
same personnel
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, September 24, 1948
B908-1Perhaps (new-take 1)
B911-2Merry-Go-Round (orig.-take 2)

Charlie Parker Memorial, Vol. 1  (Savoy MG 12000)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Bud Powell (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, May 8, 1947
S3423-4Buzzy (short-take 4)
S3423-5Buzzy (orig.-take)
Duke Jordan (piano) replaces Powell
United Sound Systems, Detroit, MI, December 21, 1947
D830-1Another Hair Do (short-take 1)
D830-2Another Hair Do (short-take 2)
D830-3Another Hair Do (orig.-take 3)
D831-1Bluebird (new-take 1)
D833-1Bird Gets The Worm (new-take 1)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, September 18, 1948
B900-1Barbados (new-take 1)
B901-1Ah-Leu-Cha (short-take 1)
B901-2Ah-Leu-Cha (orig.-take 2)
B902-1Constellation (new-take 1)
B902-2Constellation (short-take 2)
same personnel
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, September 24, 1948
B908-5Perhaps (new-take 5)
B908-6Perhaps (orig.-take 6)
B908-7Perhaps (orig.-master)
B909-2Marmaduke (new-take 2)
B909-5Marmaduke (short-take 5)
B910-2Steeplechase (take 2)
B911-1Merry-Go-Round (new-take 1)

Coleman Hawkins/Howard McGhee/Lester Young - A Date With Greatness  (Imperial LP 9188-A)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Kai Winding (trombone) Howard Johnson (alto saxophone) Coleman Hawkins (tenor saxophone) Hank Jones (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, June, 1947
215-3 | IM-3818Bean-A-Re-Bop
216-2 | IM-3817Isn't It Romantic
217-2 | IM-3819The Way You Look Tonight
218-1 | IM-3820Phantomesque
** also issued on Imperial LP 12188-A.

Charlie Parker - The Complete Savoy Studio Sessions  (Savoy SJL 5500)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (tenor saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Nelson Boyd (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, August 14, 1947
S3440-1Milestones (orig.-take 1)
S3443-3Sippin' At Bells (short-take 3)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
United Sound Systems, Detroit, MI, December 21, 1947
D830-4Another Hair Do (orig.-take)
D831-2Bluebird (take 2)
D833-2Bird Gets The Worm (orig.-take 2)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, September 18, 1948
B902-5Constellation (take 5)
same personnel
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, September 24, 1948
B908-4Perhaps (short-take 4)
B909-1Marmaduke (short-take 1)
B909-3Marmaduke (short-take 3)
B909-4Marmaduke (new-take 4)
B909-9Marmaduke (take 9)
B909-10Marmaduke (take 10)
B910-1Steeplechase (orig.-take 1)

Charlie Parker On Dial, Vol. 4  (Spotlite (E) SPJ 104)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, October 28, 1947
D1101-ADexterity
D1103-ADewey Square (Air Conditioning) (Prezology)
D1103-BDewey Square
D1104-BThe Hymn (Superman)
D1105-BBird Of Paradise
D1106-AEmbraceable You

Charlie Parker - The Bird Blows The Blues  (Dial LP 901)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums): same session
WOR Studios, NYC, October 28, 1947
D1102-ABongo Bop
D1102-B-

Charlie Parker - Alternate Masters, Vol. 1  (Dial LP 904)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums): same session
WOR Studios, NYC, October 28, 1947
D1104-AThe Hymn
D1105-ABird Of Paradise
D1105-C-
D1106-BEmbraceable You (Embraceable)
same personnel
WOR Studios, NYC, November 4, 1947
D1112-BKlactoveedsedstene
D1113-CScrapple From The Apple
D1115-BOut Of Nowhere (Nowhere)
D1116-ADon't Blame Me
add J.J. Johnson (trombone)
WOR Studios, NYC, December 17, 1947
D1151-DDrifting On A Reed
D1152-BQuasimado
D1153-ECharlie's Wig
D1154-BBongo Beep (Dexterity)
D1156-AHow Deep Is The Ocean (How Deep)

Charlie Parker On Dial, Vol. 5  (Spotlite (E) SPJ 105)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, November 4, 1947
D1111-CBird Feathers
D1112-AKlactoveedsedstene
D1113-BScrapple From The Apple
D1114-AMy Old Flame (Blue Lamp)
D1115-AOut Of Nowhere
D1115-C-

Charlie Parker On Dial, Vol. 6  (Spotlite (E) SPJ 106)

Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, December 17, 1947
D1151-EDrifting On A Reed (Prezology) (Air Conditioning)
D1152-AQuasimado
D1153-DCharlie's Wig
D1154-CBongo Beep (Habanera Mambobop) (Bird Feathers)
D1155-ACrazeology (excerpt)
D1155-B-
D1155-DCrazeology
D1156-BHow Deep Is The Ocean

Charlie Parker - Crazeology / Crazeology II: 3 Ways Of Playing A Chorus  (Dial 1034)

Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums): same session
WOR Studios, NYC, December 17, 1947
D1155-ABXCrazeology II: 3 Ways Of Playing A Chorus

Charlie Parker, Vol. 4  (Dial LP 207)

Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums): same session
WOR Studios, NYC, December 17, 1947
D1155-DDDCrazeology

1948

Gene Roland Band Featuring Charlie Parker - The Band That Never Was  (Spotlite (E) SPJ 141)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums) Kenny Pancho Hagood (vocals -4)
"Three Deuces", NYC, March 31, 1948
1.52nd Street Theme I
2.Dizzy Atmosphere
3.My Old Flame
4.All The Things You Are
5.Half Nelson
6.52nd Street Theme II
7.Drifting On A Reed (Big Foot)
8.52nd Street Theme III

Charlie Parker - Bird's Eyes, Vol. 6  (Philology (It) 214 W 29)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, March, 1948
The Way You Look Tonight
A Night In Tunisia
Groovin' High

Charlie Parker - Bird On 52nd St.  (Jazz Workshop JWS 501)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums) Kenny Pancho Hagood (vocals)
"Onyx Club", NYC, July 6, 1948
52nd Street Theme I
Shaw 'Nuff
Out Of Nowhere I
Hot House
This Time The Dream's On Me I
A Night In Tunisia
My Old Flame
The Way You Look Tonight
Chasin' The Bird
Dizzy Atmosphere
How High The Moon
** also issued on Fantasy LP 6011, LP 86011; Original Jazz Classics OJC 114, OJCCD 114-2; America (F) 30 AM 6061.

Charlie Parker  (Prestige PR 24009)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums) Kenny Pancho Hagood (vocals): same session
"Onyx Club", NYC, July 6, 1948
52nd Street Theme
Out Of Nowhere II
This Time The Dream's On Me II
52nd Street Theme II

Charlie Parker - Bird At The Roost, Vol. 1  (Savoy ZDS 4411/12)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Al Haig (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
"Royal Roost", NYC, September 4, 1948
MC: Symphony Sid, Bob Garrity
MC: Symphony Sid talking about 52nd Street Theme
MC
-
same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, December 11, 1948
MC
MC: Charlie Parker, Al Heig takeing
MC
-
-
same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, December 12, 1948
MC
-
-
same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, December 18, 1948
MC
Chasin' The Bird
MC
-

Newly Discovered Sides By Charlie Parker  (Savoy MG 12186)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Al Haig (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums): same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, September 4, 1948
52nd Street Theme
same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, December 11, 1948
Groovin' High
Big Foot
same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, December 12, 1948
Hot House

Charlie Parker - The 'Bird' Returns  (Savoy MG 12179)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Al Haig (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums): same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, September 4, 1948
Ko-Ko
same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, December 11, 1948
Ornithology (Thriving On From A Riff)

Miles Davis - Nonet 1948 - Jam 1949  (Royal Jazz (D) RJD 514)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Mike Zwerin (trombone) Junior Collins (French horn) John Barber (tuba) Lee Konitz (alto saxophone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Al McKibbon (bass) Max Roach (drums) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
"Royal Roost", NYC, September 4, 1948
Move
Miles Davis (trumpet -1,2,5) Kai Winding (trombone -1,2,5) Buddy DeFranco (clarinet -1,2,5) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone -1,2,5) Charlie Ventura (tenor, baritone saxophone -1/3,5) Al Haig (piano) Oscar Pettiford (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
WPIX Studios, NYC, January 17, 1949
1.The Squirrel
2.Anthropology
3.Body And Soul
4.Fine And Dandy
5.How High The Moon

Charlie Parker - Miles Davis - Lee Konitz  (Ozone 2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Mike Zwerin (trombone) Junior Collins (French horn) John Barber (tuba) Lee Konitz (alto saxophone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Al McKibbon (bass) Max Roach (drums) Kenny Pancho Hagood (vocals -5) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
"Royal Roost", NYC, September 4, 1948
1.Godchild
2.S'il Vous Plait
3.Moon Dreams
4.Hallucinations (Budo)
5.Why Do I Love You

The Persuasively Coherent Miles Davis  (Alto AL 701)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Ted Kelly (trombone) Junior Collins (French horn) John Barber (tuba) Lee Konitz (alto saxophone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Al McKibbon (bass) Max Roach (drums) Kenny Pancho Hagood (vocals -4) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
broadcast, "Royal Roost", NYC, September 18, 1948
1.Move (Mood)
2.Moon Dreams
3.Hallucinations (Budo)
4.Darn That Dream
Miles Davis (trumpet) Fats Navarro (trumpet -2) J.J. Johnson (trombone -1) Brew Moore (tenor saxophone) Tadd Dameron (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, June 30, 1950
1.Wee (Rambunctious Rambling)
2.Ow! (Chubbie's Blues)
Miles Davis, Fats Navarro (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Walter Bishop Jr. (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
Conception/Deception (Poobah)

Hooray For Miles Davis, Vol. 1  (Session Disc 101)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Lee Konitz (alto saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums) Kenny Pancho Hagood (vocals -4)
"Royal Roost", NYC, September 25, 1948
1.52nd Street Theme (The Broadway Theme)
2.Half Nelson
3.Chasin' The Bird
4.You Go To My Head
Miles Davis (trumpet) Fats Navarro (trumpet -1) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Brew Moore (tenor saxophone) Tadd Dameron (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, June 30, 1950
1.Hot House (Miles' Midnight Breakaway)
2.Embraceable You

Charlie Parker - Bird's Eyes, Vol. 1  (Philology (It) 214 W 5)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
"Three Deuces", NYC, fall 1948
Big Foot
52nd Street Theme
How High The Moon
52nd Street Theme (Short Version)
same session
Indiana
Out Of Nowhere
Fine And Dandy
All The Things You Are

Charlie Parker - Bird's Eyes, Vol. 5  (Philology (It) 214 W 19)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Duke Jordan (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums): same session
"Three Deuces", NYC, fall 1948
Ornithology

Charlie Parker - Live Performances  (ESP-Disk' ESP 3000)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Al Haig (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
"Royal Roost", NYC, December 11, 1948
On A Slow Boat To China
** also issued on ESP-Disk' ESPCD 3000.

Charlie Parker On The Air, Vol. 1  (Everest FS 214)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Al Haig (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums): same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, December 12, 1948
Salt Peanuts
same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, December 18, 1948
Out Of Nowhere
How High The Moon

1949

The Metronome All-Star Bands  (RCA Camden CAL 426)

Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Fats Navarro (trumpet) J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (trombone) Buddy DeFranco (clarinet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Charlie Ventura (tenor saxophone) Ernie Caceres (baritone saxophone) Lennie Tristano (piano) Billy Bauer (guitar) Eddie Safranski (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
RCA Studios, NYC, January 3, 1949
D9VB0021-1Overtime (shorter take)
** also issued on RCA Camden (E) CDN 112.

Various Artists - The Be-Bop Era  (RCA Victor LPV 519)

Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Fats Navarro (trumpet) J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (trombone) Buddy DeFranco (clarinet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Charlie Ventura (tenor saxophone) Ernie Caceres (baritone saxophone) Lennie Tristano (piano) Billy Bauer (guitar) Eddie Safranski (bass) Shelly Manne (drums): same session
RCA Studios, NYC, January 3, 1949
D9VC0021-2Overtime (longer take)
D9VC0022-3Victory Ball (longer take)

Various Artists - Great Jazz Reeds  (RCA Camden CAL 339)

Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Fats Navarro (trumpet) J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (trombone) Buddy DeFranco (clarinet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Charlie Ventura (tenor saxophone) Ernie Caceres (baritone saxophone) Lennie Tristano (piano) Billy Bauer (guitar) Eddie Safranski (bass) Shelly Manne (drums): same session
RCA Studios, NYC, January 3, 1949
D9VB0022-2Victory Ball (alt. take)

Miles Davis - Birth Of The Cool  (Capitol T 792)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Kai Winding (trombone) Junior Collins (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Lee Konitz (alto saxophone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone, arranger) Al Haig (piano) Joe Schulman (bass) Max Roach (drums) John Lewis (arranger)
NYC, January 21, 1949
3395-3EJeru
3396-3DMove
3397-2EGodchild
3398-1DHallucinations (Budo)
Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Sandy Siegelstein (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Lee Konitz (alto saxophone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone, arranger) John Lewis (piano) Nelson Boyd (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) John Carisi, Gil Evans (arranger)
NYC, April 22, 1949
3764-D7Venus De Milo
3765Rouge
3766-2EBoplicity
3767-2EIsrael
Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Gunther Schuller (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Lee Konitz (alto saxophone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Al McKibbon (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, March 9, 1950
4346Deception
4347Rocker
4348Moon Dreams
** also issued on Capitol M 11026 entitled "Capitol Jazz Classics, Vol. 1: The Complete Birth Of The Cool".

Miles Davis - Capitol Jazz Classics, Vol. 1: The Complete Birth Of The Cool  (Capitol M 11026)

Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Gunther Schuller (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Lee Konitz (alto saxophone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Al McKibbon (bass) Max Roach (drums) Kenny Pancho Hagood (vocals): add Kenny Pancho Hagood (vocals)
NYC, March 9, 1950
4349Darn That Dream
** reissue of Capitol T 792 entitled "Birth Of The Cool" + 1 bonus track.

Various Artists - Tadd Dameron Big 10 And Royal Roost Jam  (Beppo (E) BEP 503)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Kai Winding (trombone) Sahib Shihab (alto saxophone) Benjamin Lundy (tenor saxophone) Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone) Tadd Dameron (piano) John Collins (guitar) Curly Russell (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Carlos Vidal (congas)
radio broadcast, "Royal Roost", NYC, February 19, 1949
Focus
April In Paris
Good Bait
Webb's Delight
same personnel
radio broadcast, "Royal Roost", NYC, February 26, 1949
Miles (Milano)
Casbah

Charlie Parker - Rara Avis Avis, Rare Bird  (Stash STCD 21)

Miles Davis, Max Kaminsky (trumpet) Will Bradley, Kai Winding (trombone) Joe Marsala (clarinet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Mike Caluccio, Joe Sullivan (piano) unknown (bass) Specs Powell, Max Roach (drums) Ann Hathaway (vocals -1)
television broadcast, "Adventures In Jazz", CBS TV Studios, NYC, March 4, 1949
1.I Get A Kick Out Of You
2.Big Foot (Blues Jam #2)

Various Artists - Bebop Professors  (Capitol (J) CR-8812)

Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Sahib Shihab (alto saxophone) Benjamin Lundy (tenor saxophone) Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone) Tadd Dameron (piano, arranger) John Collins (guitar) Curly Russell (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Kay Penton (vocals -3)
NYC, April 19, 1949
1. 3760-4John's Delight
2. 3761-1What's New
3. 3762-3Heaven's Doors Are Wide Open
4. 3763-2Focus
** also issued on Capitol (J) ECJ 50073.

The Miles Davis/Tadd Dameron Quintet In Paris Festival International De Jazz, May, 1949  (Columbia JC 34804)

Miles Davis (trumpet) James Moody (tenor saxophone -1,2,4) Tadd Dameron (piano) Barney Spieler (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
"Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, May 8, 1949
1.Rifftide
2.Good Bait
3.Don't Blame Me
4.Lady Bird
Miles Davis (trumpet) James Moody (tenor saxophone) Tadd Dameron (piano) Barney Spieler (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
"Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, May 9, 12, 14 & 15, 1949
Perdido (Wahoo)
Allen's Alley
Embraceable You
Ornithology
All The Things You Are

Miles Davis/Tadd Dameron - Sensation '49: A Document From The Paris Jazz Festival 1949  (Phontastic (Swd) PHONT 7602)

Miles Davis (trumpet) James Moody (tenor saxophone) Tadd Dameron (piano) Barney Spieler (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums): same session
"Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, May 9, 12, 14 & 15, 1949
The Squirrel

Charlie Parker - Bird In Paris  (Bird In Paris CP 3)

Aime Barelli, Bill Coleman, Miles Davis, Kenny Dorham, Hot Lips Page (trumpet) Big Chief, Russell Moore (trombone) Hubert Rostaing (clarinet) Sidney Bechet, Pierre Braslavsky (soprano saxophone) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Don Byas, James Moody (tenor saxophone) Hazy Osterwald (vibraphone) Al Haig (piano) Toots Thielemans (guitar) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
"Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, May 15, 1949
Farewell Blues (Blues)

Various Artists - Stars Of Modern Jazz Concert At Carnegie Hall  (IAJRC 20)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Green (trombone) Sonny Stitt (alto saxophone) Serge Chaloff (baritone saxophone) Bud Powell (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
"The Stars Of Modern Jazz", "Carnegie Hall", NYC, December 25, 1949
Symphony Sid's Remarks
Move
Hot House
Ornithology (incomplete)

1950

Charlie Parker - Birth Of The Bebop: Bird On Tenor 1943  (Stash ST 260)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) unknown or Al Haig (piano) unknown (bass) Roy Haynes (drums)
"Hotel Diplomat", NYC, early 1950
Billie's Bounce
Caravan
Drifting On A Reed
** also issued on Stash STCD 260.

Miles Davis - Dick Hyman - Sonny Stitt  (Ozone 1)

Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Stan Getz (tenor saxophone) Tadd Dameron (piano) Gene Ramey (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
WNYC radio broadcast, "Birdland", NYC, February 18, 1950
Conception
Ray's Idea
Max Is Making Wax
Woody'n You

Here Are Stan Getz And Miles Davis  (Kings Of Jazz (It) KLJ 20013)

Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Stan Getz (tenor saxophone) Tadd Dameron (piano) Gene Ramey (bass) Art Blakey (drums): same session
WNYC radio broadcast, "Birdland", NYC, February 18, 1950
That Old Black Magic

Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi  (Columbia CL 745)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Green (trombone) Tony Scott (clarinet) Budd Johnson (tenor saxophone) Jimmy Jones (piano) Freddie Green (guitar -1,2) Billy Taylor (bass) J.C. Heard (drums) Sarah Vaughan (vocals)
Columbia Studios, NYC, May 18, 1950
1.Ain't Misbehavin'
2.Goodnight My Love
3.It Might As Well Be Spring
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Green (trombone) Tony Scott (clarinet) Budd Johnson (tenor saxophone) Jimmy Jones (piano) Mundell Lowe (guitar) Billy Taylor (bass) J.C. Heard (drums) Sarah Vaughan (vocals)
Columbia Studios, NYC, May 19, 1950
Mean To Me
Come Rain Or Come Shine
Nice Work If You Can Get It

Miles Davis - The Last Bebop Session  (Jazz Music Yesterday (It) JMY ME 6401)

Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Brew Moore (tenor saxophone) Tadd Dameron (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, June 30, 1950
band warming up
Max Is Making Wax

Miles Davis All Stars And Gil Evans  (Beppo (E) BEP 502)

Miles Davis, Fats Navarro (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Brew Moore (tenor saxophone) Tadd Dameron (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, June 30, 1950
52nd Street Theme
Emmett Berry, Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Clyde Reasinger, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Miles Davis (flugelhorn, trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Bill Elton, Frank Rehak (trombone) Rod Levitt (valve trombone) Bob Northern, Julius Watkins (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Eddie Caine, Romeo Penque (flute) Danny Bank (bass clarinet) John Coltrane (tenor, alto saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Robert Herridge (announcer) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
television broadcast, "The Robert Herridge Theater Show", CBS Studios 61, NYC, April 2, 1959
New Rhumba

Hooray For Miles Davis, Vol. 2  (Session Disc 102)

Miles Davis, Fats Navarro (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Brew Moore (tenor saxophone) Walter Bishop Jr. (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, June 30, 1950
Eronel (Overturia)
52nd Street Theme (Slow Broadway Theme)
Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone) Kenny Drew (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, June 2, 1951
Move (Moo/Mod)
Half Nelson (two)
Down (Mick's Blues)
Jumpin' With Symphony Sid

1951

Miles Davis And Horns  (Prestige PRLP 7025)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Green (trombone) Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone -1,2,4) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Roy Haynes (drums)
Apex Studios, NYC, January 17, 1951
1. 128AMorpheus
2. 129BDown
3. 130BBBlue Room
4. 131AWhispering
Miles Davis (trumpet) Sonny Truitt (trombone -3) Al Cohn, Zoot Sims (tenor saxophone) John Lewis (piano) Leonard Gaskin (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Beltone Studios, NYC, February 19, 1953
1. 423Tasty Pudding
2. 424Willie The Wailer
3. 425Floppy
4. 426For Adults Only
** also issued on Prestige PRLP 7168 entitled "Early Miles 1951 & 1953". Prestige PR 7674 entitled "Early Miles". Original Jazz Classics OJC 053, OJCCD 053-2.

Miles Davis - Early Miles  (Prestige PR 7674)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Green (trombone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Roy Haynes (drums)
Apex Studios, NYC, January 17, 1951
130BBlue Room (alt. take)
** reissue of Prestige PRLP 7025 entitled "Miles Davis And Horns" + 1 bonus track.

Sonny Rollins With The Modern Jazz Quartet, Art Blakey, Kenny Drew  (Prestige PRLP 7029)

Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone) Miles Davis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Roy Haynes (drums)
Apex Studios, NYC, January 17, 1951
132I Know
** also issued on Prestige PRLP 7269 entitled "Sonny And The Stars". Prestige PR 7856 entitled "First Recordings!". Original Jazz Classics OJC 011, OJCCD 011-2.

The Genius Of Charlie Parker #8 - Swedish Schnapps  (Verve MGV 8010)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Walter Bishop Jr. (piano) Teddy Kotick (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, January 17, 1951
489-2Au Privave
490-3She Rote

The Magnificent Charlie Parker  (Clef MGC 646)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Walter Bishop Jr. (piano) Teddy Kotick (bass) Max Roach (drums): same session
NYC, January 17, 1951
489-3Au Privave
490-5She Rote
491-1K.C. Blues
492-2Star Eyes
** originally intended as Clef MGC 733.

Various Artists - The History Of Jazz, Vol. 4: Enter The Cool  (Capitol T 796)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Kai Winding (trombone) John LaPorta (clarinet) Lee Konitz (alto saxophone) Stan Getz (tenor saxophone) Serge Chaloff (baritone saxophone) Terry Gibbs (vibraphone) George Shearing (piano) Billy Bauer (guitar) Eddie Safranski (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, January 23, 1951
6252Early Spring

The Metronome All Stars/The International Jazzmen/The Just Jazz All Stars - Capitol Jazz Classics, Vol. 6: All Star Sessions  (Capitol M 11031)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Kai Winding (trombone) John LaPorta (clarinet) Lee Konitz (alto saxophone) Stan Getz (tenor saxophone) Serge Chaloff (baritone saxophone) Terry Gibbs (vibraphone) George Shearing (piano) Billy Bauer (guitar) Eddie Safranski (bass) Max Roach (drums): same session
NYC, January 23, 1951
6253Local 802 Blues

Various Artists - Conception  (Prestige PRLP 7013)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Lee Konitz (alto saxophone) Sal Mosca (piano) Billy Bauer (guitar) Arnold Fishkin (bass) Max Roach (drums -1/3)
NYC, March 8, 1951
1. 140BOdjenar
2. 141BEzz-Thetic
3. 142BHi-Beck
4. 143BYesterdays
Miles Davis (trumpet) Jackie McLean (alto saxophone -1) Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone) Walter Bishop Jr. (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
Apex Studios, NYC, October 5, 1951
1. 228Conception
2. 233My Old Flame
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 1726, OJCCD 1726-2.

Miles Davis - Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis - Art Blakey  (Ozone 7)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Big Nick Nicholas (tenor saxophone) Billy Taylor (piano) Charles Mingus (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, September 29, 1951
Move (Mod)
The Squirrel
Lady Bird

Miles Davis - Dig  (Prestige PRLP 7012)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Jackie McLean (alto saxophone -1/4) Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone) Walter Bishop Jr. (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
Apex Studios, NYC, October 5, 1951
1. 229Out Of The Blue
2. 230Denial
3. 231Bluing
4. 232Dig
5. 234It's Only A Paper Moon
** also issued on Prestige PRLP 7281 entitled "Diggin' With The Miles Davis Sextet". Original Jazz Classics OJC 005, OJCCD 005-2.

1952

Jimmy Forrest And Miles Davis Live At The Barrel  (Prestige PR 7858)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Jimmy Forrest (tenor saxophone) Charles Fox (piano) John Mixon (bass) Oscar Oldham (drums) unknown (congas)
"The Barrel", St. Louis, MO, spring 1952
Ray's Idea
A Night In Tunisia
Wee Dot
What's New

Miles Davis/Jimmy Forrest - Lady Bird  (Jazz Showcase LP 5004)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Jimmy Forrest (tenor saxophone) Charles Fox (piano) John Mixon (bass) Oscar Oldham (drums) unknown (congas): same session
"The Barrel", St. Louis, MO, spring 1952
Perdido (Wahoo)
All The Things You Are
Our Delight
Lady Bird
Oh, Lady Be Good (Ow!)

Miles Davis - Rare Unreleased Broadcasts  (Yadeon (J) 502)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Don Elliott (vibraphone) Beryl Booker (piano) Chuck Wayne (guitar) Clyde Lombardi (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, April 25, 1952
piano solo (incomplete) / Lady Be Good / All The Things You Are
Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums) Steve Allen (announcer)
NBC television broadcast, "The Steve Allen Tonight Show", "Basin Street East", NYC, October 18, 1955
Steve Allen Intro
Max Is Making Wax
It Never Entered My Mind
Miles Davis (trumpet) Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Art Taylor or Philly Joe Jones (drums)
radio broadcast, "Cafe Bohemia", NYC, July 13, 1957
Walkin' (incomplete)

Various Artists - Woman In Jazz, Vol. 3  (Stash ST 113)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Don Elliott (vibraphone) Beryl Booker (piano) Chuck Wayne (guitar) Clyde Lombardi (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, April 25, 1952
The Squirrel

Miles Davis And His All Stars  (Ozone 8)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Jackie McLean (alto saxophone) Don Elliott (vibraphone, mellophone) Gil Coggins (piano) Connie Henry (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, May 2, 1952
Confirmation
Out Of The Blue (Evans)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Jackie McLean (alto saxophone -1,2,4) Don Elliott (vibraphone, mellophone) Gil Coggins (piano) Connie Henry (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, May 3, 1952
1.Wee Dot
2.The Chase
3.It Could Happen To You
4.Out Of The Blue (Evans)

Miles Davis, Vol. 1  (Blue Note BLP 1501)

Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone -1/4) Jackie McLean (alto saxophone -1/4) Gil Coggins (piano) Oscar Pettiford (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, May 9, 1952
1. BN428-1 tk.2Dear Old Stockholm
2. BN429-3 tk.6Chance It
3. BN430-0 tk.7Donna (alt. take)
4. BN431-2 tk.12Woody'n You (alt. take)
5. BN432-0 tk.14Yesterdays
6. BN433-0 tk.15How Deep Is The Ocean
Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone) Gil Coggins (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, April 20, 1953
BN477-2 tk.3Kelo
BN478-2 tk.6Enigma
BN479-2 tk.9Ray's Idea
BN480-0 tk.10Tempus Fugit
BN481-2 tk.14C.T.A. (alt. take)
BN481-3 tk.15C.T.A.
** also issued on Blue Note BST 81501 (pseudo stereo).

Miles Davis - Complete 1st And 3rd Sessions On Blue Note  (Blue Note CDP 7 81501 2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Jackie McLean (alto saxophone) Gil Coggins (piano) Oscar Pettiford (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, May 9, 1952
BN429-2 tk.5Chance It (alt. take)

Miles Davis, Vol. 2  (Blue Note BLP 1502)

Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Jackie McLean (alto saxophone) Gil Coggins (piano) Oscar Pettiford (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums): same session
WOR Studios, NYC, May 9, 1952
BN430-1 tk.8Donna
BN431-3 tk.13Woody'n You
Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone -1,2) Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone -1,2) Gil Coggins (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, April 20, 1953
1. BN479-0 tk.7Ray's Idea (alt. take)
2. BN480-1 tk.11Tempus Fugit (alt. take)
3. BN482-0 tk.16I Waited For You
Miles Davis (trumpet) Horace Silver (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, March 6, 1954
BN548-3 tk.4Take Off
BN549-0 tk.6Lazy Susan
BN550-0 tk.8The Leap
BN551-0 tk.9Well, You Needn't
BN552-0 tk.10Weirdo
BN553-1 tk.12It Never Entered My Mind
** also issued on Blue Note BST 81502 (pseudo stereo).

1953

Miles Davis - Collector's Items  (Prestige PRLP 7044)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker as Charlie Chan, Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone) Walter Bishop Jr. (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, January 30, 1953
450Compulsion
451-1The Serpent's Tooth I
451-2The Serpent's Tooth II
452'Round Midnight
Miles Davis (trumpet) Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Art Taylor (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, March 16, 1956
864In Your Own Sweet Way
865No Line
866Weird Blues
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 071, OJCCD 071-2.
** part of Prestige PR 24022.

Miles Davis - Hi-Hat All Stars Recorded Live At Hi-Hat, Boston 1955  (Fresh Sound (Sp) FSR 302)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Jay Migliori (tenor saxophone) Al Walcott (piano -1/10) Bob Freeman (piano -11) Jimmy Woode (bass) Jimmy Zitano (drums)
"Hi-Hat Club", Boston, MA, early 1953
1.Dig
2.Darn That Dream
3.Jumpin' With Symphony Sid
4.Jumpin' With Symphony Sid (alt. take)
5.Ray's Idea
6.Nice Work If You Can Get It
7.Wee Dot
8.Tune Up
9.Alone Together
10.Well, You Needn't
11.A Night In Tunisia

Miles Davis - Complete 2nd Session On Blue Note  (Blue Note CDP 7 81502 2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone) Gil Coggins (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, April 20, 1953
BN477-1 tk.2Kelo (alt. take)
BN478-1 tk.5Enigma (alt. take)

Miles Davis - Blue Haze  (Prestige PRLP 7054)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Lewis (piano -1/3) Charles Mingus (piano -4) Percy Heath (bass) Max Roach (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, May 19, 1953
1. 479When Lights Are Low
2. 480Tune Up
3. 481Miles Ahead
4. 482Smooch
Miles Davis (trumpet) Horace Silver (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
Beltone Studios, NYC, March 15, 1954
556Four
557Old Devil Moon
558Blue Haze
Miles Davis (trumpet) Dave Schildkraut (alto saxophone) Horace Silver (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, April 3, 1954
562I'll Remember April
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 093, OJCCD 093-2.

Charlie Parker - Bird Meets Birks  (Mark Gardner (E) MG 102)

Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Sahib Shihab (baritone saxophone) Wade Legge (piano) Lou Hackney (bass) Al Jones (drums) Joe Carroll (vocals)
"Birdland", NYC, May 23, 1953
The Bluest Blues
On The Sunny Side Of The Street

Miles Davis And The Lighthouse All-Stars - At Last!  (Contemporary C 7645)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Rolf Ericson (trumpet -1,3) Bud Shank (alto, baritone saxophone -1,3) Bob Cooper (tenor saxophone -1,3) Lorraine Geller (piano) Howard Rumsey (bass) Max Roach (drums)
"The Lighthouse", Hermosa Beach, CA, September 13, 1953
1.Infinite Promenade (Infinity Promenade)
2.'Round Midnight
3.A Night In Tunisia
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 480, OJCCD 480-2.

1954

Miles Davis - Walkin'  (Prestige PRLP 7076)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Dave Schildkraut (alto saxophone -1,3) Horace Silver (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, April 3, 1954
1. 559Solar
2. 560You Don't Know What Love Is
3. 561Love Me Or Leave Me
Miles Davis (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Horace Silver (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, April 29, 1954
568Blue 'N' Boogie
569Walkin'
** also issued on Prestige PR 7608; Original Jazz Classics OJC 213, OJCCD 213-2.

Miles Davis - Bags' Groove  (Prestige PRLP 7109)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone) Horace Silver (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, June 29, 1954
590Airegin
591Oleo
592-1But Not For Me
592-2But Not For Me (alt. take)
593Doxy
Miles Davis (trumpet) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Thelonious Monk (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, December 24, 1954
676-1Bags' Groove
676-2Bags' Groove (alt. take)
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 245, OJCCD 245-2.
** part of Prestige PRLP 16-3.

Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants  (Prestige PRLP 7150)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Thelonious Monk (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums): same session
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, December 24, 1954
677Bemsha Swing
678Swing Spring
679-1The Man I Love
679-2The Man I Love (alt. take)
Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, October 26, 1956
997'Round Midnight
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 347, OJCCD 347-2.
** part of Prestige PRLP 16-3.

1955

Miles Davis - The Musings Of Miles  (Prestige PRLP 7007)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Red Garland (piano) Oscar Pettiford (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, June 7, 1955
745I Didn't
746Will You Still Be Mine
747Green Haze
748I See Your Face Before Me
749A Night In Tunisia
750A Gal In Calico
** also issued on Prestige PRLP 7221 entitled "The Beginning". Original Jazz Classics OJC 004, OJCCD 004-2.
** part of Prestige P 24064.

Miles Davis - Blue Moods  (Debut DEB 120)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Britt Woodman (trombone) Teddy Charles (vibraphone) Charles Mingus (bass) Elvin Jones (drums)
Audio-Video Studios, NYC, July 9, 1955
Nature Boy
Alone Together
There's No You
Easy Living
** also issued on Disques Swing (F) LDM 30035 entitled "Miles Davis". Fantasy LP 6001, LP 86001; Original Jazz Classics OJC 043, OJCCD 043-2; America (F) 30 AM 6051.
** part of Prestige PR 24022.

Miles Davis - Miscellaneous Davis 1955-1957  (Jazz Unlimited (Swd) JUCD 2050)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Zoot Sims (tenor saxophone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone) Thelonious Monk (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 17, 1955
introduction By Duke Ellington
Hackensack
'Round Midnight
Now's The Time
Miles Davis (trumpet) Lester Young (tenor saxophone -3) Rene Urtreger (piano) Pierre Michelot (bass) Christian Garros (drums)
"Kongresshaus", Zurich, Switzerland, November 19, 1956
1.Four
2.Walkin'
3.Lady Be Good
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bobby Jaspar (tenor saxophone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, October 17-30, 1957
All Of You
Four
Miles Davis (trumpet) Horst Jankowski (piano) Peter Witte (bass) Hermann Mutschler (drums) Sudfunk-Tanzorchester (Southern Radio Dance Orchestra) Erwin Lehn (conductor)
"Beethoven-Saal/Liederhalle", Stuttgart, West Germany, December 18, 1957
Yesterdays
'Round Midnight
Walkin'

Miles Davis And Milt Jackson Quintet/Sextet  (Prestige PRLP 7034)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Jackie McLean (alto saxophone -1,3) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Ray Bryant (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Taylor (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, August 5, 1955
1. 781Dr. Jackle (Dr. Jekyll)
2. 782Bitty Ditty
3. 783Minor March
4. 784Blues Changes
** also issued on Prestige PR 7540 entitled "Odyssey". Original Jazz Classics OJC 012, OJCCD 012-2.

Miles Davis - The Legendary Prestige Quintet Sessions  (Prestige 4PRCD 4444-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums) Steve Allen (announcer)
NBC television broadcast, "The Steve Allen Tonight Show", "Basin Street East", NYC, October 18, 1955
Steve Allen Intro 2
** same contents as Prestige PRLP 7014 + PRLP 7094 + PRLP 7129 + PRLP 7166 + PRLP 7200 + 11 bonus tracks.

The Complete Columbia Recordings Of Miles Davis With John Coltrane  (Mosaic MQ9-191)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Columbia Studio D, NYC, October 26, 1955
CO54129-1Two Bass Hit (alt. take)
CO54130-1Ah-Leu-Cha (alt. take)
CO54130-5Ah-Leu-Cha (take 5)
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 5, 1956
CO56090-5Dear Old Stockholm (alt. take)
CO56091-1Bye Bye Blackbird (alt. take)
CO56092-5Tadd's Delight (alt. take)
add Gil Evans, Teo Macero (arranger)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, September 10, 1956
CO56584-1All Of You (alt. take)
CO56585-1Sweet Sue, Just You (1st version)
CO56585-3Sweet Sue, Just You (false start)
CO56585-5Sweet Sue, Just You (alt. take)
Miles Davis comments
Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, February 4, 1958
CO60199-1Two Bass Hit (alt. take)
CO60201-1Straight, No Chaser (alt. take)
CO60202-2Milestones (alt. take)
omit Adderley, Garland
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, March 4, 1958
CO54132-3Little Melonae
Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Bill Evans (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 26, 1958
CO61166-1Fran-Dance (alt. take)
add Willis Conover (announcer)
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 3, 1958
Introduction By Willis Connover
Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, March 2, 1959
CO62290-3Freddie Freeloader (false start)
Bill Evans (piano) replaces Kelly
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, April 22, 1959
Miles Davis comments
** also issued on Columbia/Legacy C6K 65833.

Miles Davis - Circle In The Round  (Columbia KC2 36278)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Columbia Studio D, NYC, October 26, 1955
CO54129-2/5Two Bass Hit
Miles Davis (trumpet) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, March 21, 1961
CO66507Blues, No. 2
Miles Davis (trumpet, chimes) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (celeste) Joe Beck (electric guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, December 4, 1967
CO92389Circle In The Round (LP version)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, January 16, 1968
CO98200-N7Teo's Bag
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) George Benson (guitar -1,3) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, February 15, 1968
1. CO96671-7Sanctuary
2. CO96662Re-12Side Car I
3. CO96662Re-4Side Car II
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (electric piano, electric harpsichord) Chick Corea (electric piano, organ) Dave Holland (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, November 12, 1968
CO102333Splash (LP version)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul (electric piano) Khalil Balakrishna (electric sitar) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (electric bass) Billy Cobham, Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (guica, percussion)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, January 27, 1970
CO106708Guinnevere

Miles Davis - 'Round About Midnight  (Columbia CL 949)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Columbia Studio D, NYC, October 26, 1955
CO54130-5/4Ah-Leu-Cha
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 5, 1956
CO56090-1Dear Old Stockholm
CO56091-3Bye Bye Blackbird
CO56092-2Tadd's Delight
add Gil Evans, Teo Macero (arranger)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, September 10, 1956
CO56584-2All Of You
CO56586-1'Round Midnight
** also issued on Columbia CS 8649, PC 8649; Columbia/Legacy CJ 40610, CK 40610 entitled "'Round About Midnight (fake stereo)".

Miles Davis - Basic Miles  (Columbia C 32025)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Columbia Studio D, NYC, October 26, 1955
CO54132-2/3Little Melonae
** also issued on Columbia PC 32025.

Miles Davis - The Columbia Years 1955-1985  (Columbia C5X 45000)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums): same session
Columbia Studio D, NYC, October 26, 1955
CO54133-1Budo (alt. take)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Bill Evans (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, April 22, 1959
CO62293-1Flamenco Sketches (alt. take)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, March 20, 1961
CO66500-14Someday My Prince Will Come
Miles Davis (trumpet) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
"Juan-les-Pins Jazz Festival", Antibes, France, July 27, 1963
I Thought About You
add Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, July 19, 1967
CO92290-1Pinocchio (alt. take)
** also issued on Columbia C4K 45000.

Various Artists - Jazz Omnibus  (Columbia CL 1020)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Columbia Studio D, NYC, October 26, 1955
CO54133-8Budo

Miles Davis - Miles  (Prestige PRLP 7014)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone -1/3,5,6) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, November 16, 1955
1. 814Stablemates
2. 815How Am I To Know
3. 816Just Squeeze Me
4. 817There Is No Greater Love
5. 818Bye Bye (theme)
6. 819S'posin'
** also issued on Prestige PRLP 7254 entitled "The Original Quintet". Original Jazz Classics OJC 006, OJCCD 006-2.
** part of Prestige P 24064, 4PRCD 4444-2.

1956 (age 30)

Workin' With The Miles Davis Quintet  (Prestige PRLP 7166)

Miles Davis (trumpet -1,2,4/7) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone -1,2,5/7) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 11, 1956
1. 888In Your Own Sweet Way
2. 890Trane's Blues
3. 894Ahmad's Blues
4. 896It Never Entered My Mind
5. 899Four
6. 900The Theme I
7. 901The Theme II
Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, October 26, 1956
998Half Nelson
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 296, OJCCD 296-2.
** part of Prestige PR 24034, 4PRCD 4444-2.

Steamin' With The Miles Davis Quintet  (Prestige PRLP 7200)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone -1,3,5) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 11, 1956
1. 889Diane
2. 891Something I Dreamed Last Night
3. 895The Surrey With The Fringe On Top
4. 897When I Fall In Love
5. 898Salt Peanuts
Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, October 26, 1956
996Well, You Needn't
** also issued on Prestige PR 7580 entitled "Steamin'". Original Jazz Classics OJC 391, OJCCD 391-2.
** part of Prestige PR 24034, 4PRCD 4444-2.

Relaxin' With The Miles Davis Quintet  (Prestige PRLP 7129)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums): same personnel
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 11, 1956
892It Could Happen To You
893Woody'n You
same personnel
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, October 26, 1956
995If I Were A Bell
999You're My Everything
1000I Could Write A Book
1001Oleo
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 190, OJCCD 190-2.
** part of Prestige PR 24001, 4PRCD 4444-2.

Miles Davis Quintet At Peacock Alley  (VGM/Soulard VGM-SOU 1997)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums) Spider Burks (announcer)
"Peacock Alley", St. Louis, MO, July 14, 1956
Intro
Ah-Leu-Cha
A Foggy Day
All Of You
Woody'n You
Walkin'
same personnel
"Peacock Alley", St. Louis, MO, July 21, 1956
Two Bass Hit
Well, You Needn't
Billy Boy
All Of You
Oleo (Airegin)
Airegin (Newk #2) / Bye Bye (theme)
Sign Off / Bye Bye (theme)

Leonard Bernstein - What Is Jazz  (Columbia CL 919)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums) Gil Evans, Teo Macero (arranger)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, September 10, 1956
CO56585-8Sweet Sue, Just You

The Brass Ensembles Of The Jazz And Classical Music Society - Music For Brass  (Columbia CL 941)

Melvyn Broiles, Carmine Fornarotto, Bernie Glow, Arthur Strutter, John Ware, Joe Wilder (trumpet) Miles Davis (flugelhorn, trumpet) Ron Ricketts, John Swallow (baritone horn) John Clark, Urbie Green, J.J. Johnson (trombone) Ray Alonge, Jim Buffington, Joe Singer, Art Sussman (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Milt Hinton (bass) Osie Johnson (drums) Richard Horowitz (percussion) Gunther Schuller (conductor) John Lewis (arranger, composer)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, October 20, 1956
Three Little Feelings
Melvyn Broiles, Carmine Fornarotto, Bernie Glow, Arthur Strutter, John Ware, Joe Wilder (trumpet) Miles Davis (flugelhorn, trumpet) Ron Ricketts, John Swallow (baritone horn) John Clark, Urbie Green (trombone) J.J. Johnson (trombone, arranger, composer) Ray Alonge, Jim Buffington, Joe Singer, Art Sussman (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Milt Hinton (bass) Osie Johnson (drums) Richard Horowitz (percussion) Gunther Schuller (conductor)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, October 23, 1956
Jazz Suite For Brass (Poem For Brass)
** also issued on Columbia PC 37012.

Cookin' With The Miles Davis Quintet  (Prestige PRLP 7094)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone -1/4) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, October 26, 1956
1. 1002Airegin
2. 1003Tune Up
3. 1004When Lights Are Low
4. 1005Blues By Five
5. 1006My Funny Valentine
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 128, OJCCD 128-2.
** part of Prestige PR 24001, 4PRCD 4444-2.

Lester Young Meets Miles, M.J.Q. And The Jack Teagarden All Stars  (Unique Jazz UJ 14)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Rene Urtreger (piano) Pierre Michelot (bass) Christian Garros (drums)
"Stadthalle", Sindelfingen, West Germany, November 12, 1956
Tune Up
What's New
Miles Davis (trumpet) Lester Young (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Kurt Edelhagen Big Band (-2)
1.How High The Moon
2.Lester Leaps In

Miles Davis/Bud Powell/Art Tatum - Unreleased Performances  (Teppa 76)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
radio broadcast, "Bandstand USA", "Blue Note", Philadelphia, PA, December 8, 1956
Tune Up
Walkin'
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
television broadcast, "The Steve Allen Tonight Show", NBC TV, Los Angeles, CA, September, 1964
No Blues

1957

Miles Davis - Miles Ahead  (Columbia CL 1041)

Johnny Carisi, Bernie Glow, Taft Jordan, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Miles Davis (flugelhorn) Joe Bennett, Jimmy Cleveland, Frank Rehak (trombone) Tom Mitchell (bass trombone) Jim Buffington, Tony Miranda, Willie Ruff (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Edwin Caine, Sid Cooper, Romeo Penque (flute, clarinet) Danny Bank (bass clarinet) Lee Konitz (alto saxophone) Paul Chambers (bass) Art Taylor (drums) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 6, 1957
CO57917The Maids Of Cadiz
CO57918The Duke
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 10, 1957
CO57933My Ship
CO57934Miles Ahead
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 23, 1957
CO58017New Rhumba
CO58018Blues For Pablo
CO58019Springville
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 27, 1957
CO58171I Don't Wanna Be Kissed
CO58172The Meaning Of The Blues
CO58173Lament
** also issued on Columbia CS 8633, PC 8633.

Miles Davis - Miles Ahead (stereo)  (Columbia/Legacy CK 40784)

Johnny Carisi, Bernie Glow, Taft Jordan, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Miles Davis (flugelhorn) Joe Bennett, Jimmy Cleveland, Frank Rehak (trombone) Tom Mitchell (bass trombone) Jim Buffington, Tony Miranda, Willie Ruff (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Edwin Caine, Sid Cooper, Romeo Penque (flute, clarinet) Danny Bank (bass clarinet) Lee Konitz (alto saxophone) Paul Chambers (bass) Art Taylor (drums) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor): same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 6, 1957
CO57917The Maids Of Cadiz (stereo version)
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 10, 1957
CO57934Miles Ahead (stereo version)
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 23, 1957
CO58017New Rhumba (stereo version)
CO58019Springville (stereo version)
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 27, 1957
CO58171I Don't Wanna Be Kissed (stereo version)
CO58173Lament (stereo version)

Miles Davis - John Coltrane - Sonny Rollins  (Ozone 18)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Art Taylor or Philly Joe Jones (drums)
radio broadcast, "Cafe Bohemia", NYC, July 13, 1957
Four (Roy's Romp)
Bye Bye Blackbird
Emmett Berry, Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Clyde Reasinger, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Miles Davis (flugelhorn, trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Bill Elton, Frank Rehak (trombone) Rod Levitt (valve trombone) Bob Northern, Julius Watkins (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Eddie Caine, Romeo Penque (flute) Danny Bank (bass clarinet) John Coltrane (tenor, alto saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Robert Herridge (announcer) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
television broadcast, "The Robert Herridge Theater Show", CBS Studios 61, NYC, April 2, 1959
So What
The Duke
Blues For Pablo

Miles Davis - Makin' Wax  (Chakra (It) TH 100 MD)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Art Taylor or Philly Joe Jones (drums)
radio broadcast, "Cafe Bohemia", NYC, July 13, 1957
It Never Entered My Mind
Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Bill Evans (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums) Leonard Feather, Dan Morgenstern (announcer)
radio broadcast, "Bandstand USA #41", "Cafe Bohemia", NYC, May 17, 1958
Four (Four Plus One More)
Bye Bye Blackbird
Walkin' (No Blues)

Rene Urtreger En Concerts  (Carlyne Music (F) CAR 006)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Barney Wilen (tenor saxophone -2) Rene Urtreger (piano) Pierre Michelot (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
"L'Olympia", Paris, France, November 30, 1957
1.Bags' Groove
2.Four

Miles Davis - Ascenseur Pour L'echafaud (Soundtrack)  (Fontana (F) 662 213 TR)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Barney Wilen (tenor saxophone) Rene Urtreger (piano) Pierre Michelot (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Le Poste Parisien Studios, Paris, France, December 4 & 5, 1957
Generique
Florence Sur Les Champs-Elysees
Au Bar Du Petit Bac
omit Wilen
L'Assassinat De Carala
Jullien Dans L'Ascenseur
Chez Le Photographe Du Motel
Barney Wilen (tenor saxophone) replaces Urtreger
Sur L'Autoroute
omit Wilen
Diner Au Motel
** also issued on Fontana (F) 836 305-2 entitled "Ascenseur Pour L'echafaud: Complete Recordings (Soundtrack)".

Miles Davis - Ascenseur Pour L'echafaud: Complete Recordings (Soundtrack)  (Fontana (F) 836 305-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Barney Wilen (tenor saxophone) Rene Urtreger (piano) Pierre Michelot (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Le Poste Parisien Studios, Paris, France, December 4 & 5, 1957
Nuit Sur Les Champs-Elysees (take 1)
Nuit Sur Les Champs-Elysees (take 2)
Nuit Sur Les Champs-Elysees (take 3) (Generique)
Nuit Sur Les Champs-Elysees (take 4) (Florence Sur Les Champs-Elysees)
Le Petit Bal (take 1)
Le Petit Bal (take 2) (Au Bar Du Petit Bac)
omit Wilen
Assassinat (take 2) (Julien Dans L'Ascenseur)
Assassinat (take 3) (L'Assassinat De Carala)
Final (take 1)
Final (take 2)
Final (take 3) (Chez Le Photographe Du Motel)
Barney Wilen (tenor saxophone) replaces Urtreger
Sequence Voiture (take 1)
Sequence Voiture (take 2) (Sur L'Autoroute)
omit Wilen
Motel (Diner Au Motel)
** reissue of Fontana (F) 662 213 TR entitled "Ascenseur Pour L'echafaud (Soundtrack)" + 18 bonus tracks.

Miles Davis - The Complete Amsterdam Concert 1957  (Celluloid (It) 668 232)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Barney Wilen (tenor saxophone) Rene Urtreger (piano) Pierre Michelot (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
"Concertgebouw", Amsterdam, Holland, December 8, 1957
Woody'n You
Bags' Groove
What's New
But Not For Me
A Night In Tunisia
Four
Bye Bye (theme)
Walkin'
Well, You Needn't
'Round Midnight
Lady Bird
Bye Bye (theme)

1958

Miles Davis - Milestones  (Columbia CL 1193)

Miles Davis (trumpet -1,3,4) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone -1,3,4) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone -1,3,4) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, February 4, 1958
1. CO60199-2Two Bass Hit
2. CO60200-1Billy Boy
3. CO60201-2Straight, No Chaser
4. CO60202-3Milestones (Miles)
Miles Davis (trumpet, piano -1, trumpet -2) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano -2) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, March 4, 1958
1. CO60204-1Sid's Ahead
2. CO60203-2Dr. Jackle (Dr. Jeckyll)
** also issued on Columbia CS 9428; Columbia/Legacy CJ 40837, CK 40837 entitled "Milestones (fake stereo)".

Cannonball Adderley - Somethin' Else  (Blue Note BLP 1595)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) Hank Jones (piano) Sam Jones (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, March 9, 1958
tk.2Autumn Leaves
tk.3Love For Sale
tk.4Somethin' Else
tk.6One For Daddy-O
** also issued on Blue Note BST 81595, BN-LA169-F, CDP 7 46338 2, B1-ST 46338.

Various Artists - The Other Side Of Blue Note 1500 Series  (Blue Note (J) BNJ-61008/10)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) Hank Jones (piano) Sam Jones (bass) Art Blakey (drums): same session
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, March 9, 1958
tk.7Alison's Uncle (Bangoon)

Miles Davis All Stars Featuring John Coltrane And Bill Evans  (Jazz Band (E) EB 418)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Bill Evans (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums) Leonard Feather, Dan Morgenstern (announcer)
radio broadcast, "Bandstand USA #41", "Cafe Bohemia", NYC, May 17, 1958
Two Bass Hit (incomplete) (Closing Announcement/Wha' Happned)

Miles Davis - Jazz Tracks  (Columbia CL 1268)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone -1,2) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Bill Evans (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 26, 1958
1. CO61165-3On Green Dolphin Street
2. CO61166-2Fran-Dance (Put Your Little Foot Right Out)
3. CO61167-3/7Stella By Starlight

Miles Davis - '58 Sessions  (Columbia/Legacy CJ 47835)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Bill Evans (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 26, 1958
CO61167-3Stella By Starlight
** also issued on Columbia/Legacy CK 47835.

Various Artists - Black Giants  (Columbia KG 33402)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Bill Evans (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 26, 1958
CO61168-1Love For Sale

Michel Legrand - Legrand Jazz  (Columbia CL 1250)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Herbie Mann (flute -1/3) Jerome Richardson (clarinet, baritone saxophone -1/3) Phil Woods (alto saxophone -1/3) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone -1/3) Betty Glamann (harp) Eddie Costa (vibraphone) Bill Evans (piano) Barry Galbraith (guitar) Paul Chambers (bass) Kenny Dennis (drums) Michel Legrand (arranger, conductor)
NYC, June 25, 1958
1. CO61067Wild Man Blues
2. CO61068'Round Midnight
3. CO61069The Jitterbug Waltz
4. CO61070Django
** also issued on Columbia CS 8079.

Miles Davis/Thelonious Monk - Miles And Monk At Newport  (Columbia CL 2178)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Bill Evans (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Willis Conover (announcer)
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 3, 1958
CO81844Ah-Leu-Cha
CO81845Straight, No Chaser
CO81846Fran-Dance
CO81847Two Bass Hit
** also issued on Columbia CS 8978, PC 8978.

Various Artists - Newport Jazz Festival 1958-59  (FDC (It) 1024)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone -2) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Bill Evans (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Willis Conover (announcer)
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 3, 1958
1.Bye Bye Blackbird
2.Bye Bye (theme)

Miles Davis - Porgy And Bess  (Columbia CL 1274)

Johnny Coles, Bernie Glow, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Miles Davis (flugelhorn, trumpet) Joe Bennett, Jimmy Cleveland, Frank Rehak (trombone) Dick Hixson (bass trombone) Willie Ruff, Gunther Schuller, Julius Watkins (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Phil Bodner, Romeo Penque (flute) Danny Bank (bass clarinet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) Paul Chambers (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, July 22, 1958
CO61300My Man's Gone Now
CO61301Gone, Gone, Gone
CO61302Gone
Jimmy Cobb (drums) replaces Jones
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, July 29, 1958
CO61359Here Come De Honey Man
CO61360Bess, You Is My Woman Now
CO61361It Ain't Necessarily So
CO61362Fisherman, Strawberry And Devil Crab
Jerome Richardson (flute) replaces Bodner
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, August 4, 1958
CO61366Prayer
CO61367Oh Bess, Oh Where's My Bess
CO61368Buzzard Song
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, August 18, 1958
CO61421Summertime
CO61422There's A Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon For New York
CO61423I Loves You, Porgy
** also issued on Columbia CS 8095, PC 8095.

Miles Davis - Four-Play  (Jazz Music Yesterday (It) JMY ME 6402)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Bill Evans (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
radio broadcast, "Bandstand USA", "Spotlight Lounge", Washington, DC, August 9 or June 30, 1958
Walkin'
All Of You
'Round Midnight

Miles Davis - Jazz At Plaza, Vol. 1  (Columbia C 32470)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone -2,4,5) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone -1,2,4,5) Bill Evans (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
"Edwardian Room", The Plaza Hotel, NYC, September 9, 1958
1. CO93314If I Were A Bell
2. CO93317Oleo
3.My Funny Valentine
4.Straight, No Chaser (Jazz At The Plaza)
5.Bye Bye (theme)
** also issued on Columbia PC 32470.

Miles Davis All Stars Featuring John Coltrane With Cannonball Adderley  (Jazz Band (E) EB 409)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone -1,3) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
radio broadcast, "Bandstand USA", "Spotlight Lounge", Washington, DC, November 1, 1958
1.Sid's Ahead
2.Bye Bye Blackbird
3.Straight, No Chaser
Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Leonard Feather (announcer)
radio broadcast, "Bandstand USA", "Birdland", NYC, January 3, 1959
Bags' Groove (Walkin')
All Of You (All Of Me)

1959

Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue  (Columbia CL 1355)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone -1,2) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano -1) Bill Evans (piano -2,3) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, March 2, 1959
1. CO62290-4Freddie Freeloader
2. CO62291-3So What
3. CO62292-5Blue In Green
Miles Davis (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Bill Evans (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, April 22, 1959
CO62293-6Flamenco Sketches
CO62294-1All Blues
** also issued on Columbia CS 8163, PC 8163; Columbia/Legacy CJ 40579, CK 40579.

The Sound Of Miles Davis  (Toei Video (J) TE M576)

Emmett Berry, Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Clyde Reasinger, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Miles Davis (flugelhorn, trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Bill Elton, Frank Rehak (trombone) Rod Levitt (valve trombone) Bob Northern, Julius Watkins (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Eddie Caine, Romeo Penque (flute) Danny Bank (bass clarinet) John Coltrane (tenor, alto saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Robert Herridge (announcer) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
television broadcast, "The Robert Herridge Theater Show", CBS Studios 61, NYC, April 2, 1959
So What
unknown title (incomplete)
unknown title / So What
So What, Part 1 (incomplete)
So What, Part 2 (incomplete)
So What

The Complete Miles Davis-Gil Evans Studio Recordings  (Columbia/Legacy CXK 67397)

Bernie Glow, Taft Jordan, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Miles Davis (flugelhorn, trumpet) Dick Hixson, Frank Rehak (trombone) John Barrows, Jim Buffington, Earl Chapin (French horn) Jimmy McAllister (tuba) Albert Block, Eddie Caine (flute) Harold Feldman (oboe, clarinet) Danny Bank (bass clarinet) Janet Putman (harp) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Elvin Jones (percussion) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, November 15, 1959
CO63971Concerto De Aranjuez (alt. take)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Ray Alonge, Julius Watkins (French horn) Howard Johnson (tuba) Hubert Laws (flute) Danny Bank (flute, alto flute) Romeo Penque (English horn) Karl Porter (bassoon) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Gloria Agostini or Betty Glamann (harp) Warren Smith (marimba, timpani) Herbie Hancock (electric piano) Lawrence Lucie (mandolin) Joe Beck (electric guitar) Herb Bushler (Hawaiian guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, February 16, 1968
Falling Water (take 1)
Falling Water (take 2)
Falling Water (take 3)
Falling Water (take 4)

Miles Davis - Sketches Of Spain  (Columbia CL 1480)

Bernie Glow, Taft Jordan, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Miles Davis (flugelhorn, trumpet) Dick Hixson, Frank Rehak (trombone) John Barrows, Jim Buffington, Earl Chapin (French horn) Jimmy McAllister (tuba) Albert Block, Eddie Caine (flute) Harold Feldman (oboe, clarinet) Danny Bank (bass clarinet) Janet Putman (harp) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Elvin Jones (percussion) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, November 20, 1959
CO63971Concerto De Aranjuez
Johnny Coles, Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Miles Davis (flugelhorn, trumpet) Dick Hixson, Frank Rehak (trombone) Jim Buffington, Tony Miranda, Joe Singer (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Albert Block, Harold Feldman (flute) Romeo Penque (oboe) Jack Knitzer (bassoon) Danny Bank (bass clarinet) Janet Putman (harp) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Elvin Jones (percussion) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, March 10, 1960
CO64558-2The Pan Piper
add Louis Mucci (trumpet)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, March 11, 1960
CO64560Solea
CO64561Will O' The Wisp
CO64562-2Saeta
** also issued on Columbia CS 8271, PC 8271; Columbia/Legacy CJ 40578, CK 40578.

1960

Miles Davis - Directions  (Columbia KC2 36472)

Johnny Coles, Bernie Glow, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Miles Davis (flugelhorn, trumpet) Dick Hixson, Frank Rehak (trombone) Jim Buffington, Tony Miranda, Joe Singer (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Albert Block, Harold Feldman (flute) Romeo Penque (oboe) Jack Knitzer (bassoon) Danny Bank (bass clarinet) Janet Putman (harp) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Elvin Jones (percussion) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, March 11, 1960
CO64559-5Song Of Our Country
Miles Davis (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Victor Feldman (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Frank Butler (drums)
Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA, April 16, 1963
HCO71339-9So Near, So Far
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Buster Williams (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA, May 9, 1967
HCO94733-7Limbo (alt. take)
Miles Davis (trumpet, chimes) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (electric piano, electric harpsichord) Joe Beck (electric guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, December 28, 1967
CO92408-9/10Water On The Pond
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (electric harpsichord) Bucky Pizzarelli (electric guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, January 12, 1968
CO98194-28/30Fun
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano, tenor saxophone) Joe Zawinul (organ, electric piano) Chick Corea (electric piano) Herbie Hancock (electric piano -1) Dave Holland (bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums, tambourine) Teo Macero (tambourine -1)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, November 27, 1968
1. CO102344-?Ascent
2. CO102345-12Directions I
3. CO102345-N6Directions II
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (electric bass) Billy Cobham (drums)
Columbia Studios, NYC, February 17, 1970
CO106796-6Duran
Miles Davis (trumpet) Steve Grossman (soprano saxophone) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums)
Columbia Studios, NYC, February 27, 1970
CO106733-2Willie Nelson
Miles Davis (trumpet) Keith Jarrett (electric piano) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (percussion)
Columbia Studios, NYC, May 21, 1970
CO103888Konda

Miles Davis En Concert Avec Europe 1  (Trema (F) TR 710455)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
"L'Olympia", Paris, France, March 21, 1960
All Of You
So What
On Green Dolphin Street
Walkin'
Bye Bye Blackbird
'Round Midnight
Oleo
Bye Bye (theme)
Miles Davis (trumpet -1/3,5/14) Sonny Stitt (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
"L'Olympia", Paris, France, October 11, 1960
1.Walkin'
2.Autumn Leaves
3.Four
4.Untitled Jam
5.'Round Midnight
6.No Blues
7.Bye Bye (theme)
8.Walkin'
9.If I Were A Bell
10.Fran-Dance
11.Two Bass Hit
12.All Of You
13.So What
14.Bye Bye (theme)
Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Dave Liebman (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
"L'Olympia", Paris, France, July 11, 1973
Untitled Medley

Miles Davis And John Coltrane Live In Stockholm 1960  (Dragon (Swd) DRLP 90/91)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
"Konserthuset", Stockholm, Sweden, 1st concert, March 22, 1960
So What
Fran-Dance
Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"Konserthuset", Stockholm, Sweden, 2nd concert, March 22, 1960
So What
On Green Dolphin Street
Bye Bye (theme)

John Coltrane - Bird Note  (Bird Note (Swd) no number)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same personnel
"Konserthuset", Stockholm, Sweden, 1st concert, March 22, 1960
All Blues
same personnel
"Konserthuset", Stockholm, Sweden, 2nd concert, March 22, 1960
Walkin'

Miles Davis/John Coltrane - Copenhagen 1960  (Royal Jazz (D) RJD 501)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same personnel
"Tivolis Koncertsal", Copenhagen, Denmark, March 24, 1960
So What
On Green Dolphin Street
All Blues
Bye Bye (theme)

Miles Davis Quintet Live In Zurich 1960  (Jazz Unlimited (Swd) JUCD 2031)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same personnel
"Kongresshaus", Zurich, Switzerland, April 8, 1960
If I Were A Bell
Fran-Dance
So What
All Blues
Bye Bye (theme)

Miles Davis/John Coltrane - Miles And Coltrane Quintet Live, First Time On Records  (Unique Jazz UJ 19)

Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same personnel
"Kurhaus", Scheveningen, Holland, 1st set, April 9, 1960
On Green Dolphin Street
So What
'Round Midnight
Walkin'
Bye Bye (theme)

Miles Davis - Free Trade Hall, Vol. 1  (Magnetic (Luxembourgian) MRCD 102)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Sonny Stitt (alto, tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
"Free Trade Hall", Manchester, England, September 27, 1960
Four
Four (incomplete)
Walkin' (incomplete)
All Blues

Miles Davis Quintet Live In Europe  (Jazz Up (It) JU 320)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Sonny Stitt (alto, tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same session
"Free Trade Hall", Manchester, England, September 27, 1960
All Of You
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
"Philharmonie", Berlin, West Germany, November 4, 1967
Agitation / Footprints / 'Round Midnight / No Blues / Masqualero

Miles Davis - Free Trade Hall, Vol. 2  (Magnetic (Luxembourgian) MRCD 103)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Sonny Stitt (alto, tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
"Free Trade Hall", Manchester, England, September 27, 1960
Well, You Needn't
Autumn Leaves
So What
Bye Bye (theme)
Stardust

Miles Davis/Sonny Stitt - Stockholm 1960  (Royal Jazz (D) RJD 509)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Sonny Stitt (alto, tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same personnel
"Konserthuset", Stockholm, Sweden, 1st concert 1st set, October 13, 1960
Walkin'
Autumn Leaves
So What
same personnel
"Konserthuset", Stockholm, Sweden, 1st concert 2nd set, October 13, 1960
June Night
Stuardust
same personnel
"Konserthuset", Stockholm, Sweden, 2nd concert 2nd set, October 13, 1960
Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
Makin' Whoopee!
Lover Man

Miles Davis And Sonny Stitt Live In Stockholm 1960  (Dragon (Swd) DRLP 129/30)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Sonny Stitt (alto, tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same personnel
"Konserthuset", Stockholm, Sweden, 1st concert 1st set, October 13, 1960
'Round Midnight
Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"Konserthuset", Stockholm, Sweden, 1st concert 2nd set, October 13, 1960
On Green Dolphin Street
All Blues
Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"Konserthuset", Stockholm, Sweden, 2nd concert 1st set, October 13, 1960
All Of You
Walkin'
Autumn Leaves
Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"Konserthuset", Stockholm, Sweden, 2nd concert 2nd set, October 13, 1960
If I Were A Bell
No Blues
Bye Bye (theme)

1961

Miles Davis - Someday My Prince Will Come  (Columbia CL 1656)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, March 7, 1961
CO66235-6Drang-Dog
CO66236-4No Blues
Miles Davis (trumpet) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone -1) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, March 20, 1961
1. CO66500-15Someday My Prince Will Come
2. CO66501Old Folks
Miles Davis (trumpet) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone -1) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone -2) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, March 21, 1961
1. CO66505Teo
2. CO66506I Thought About You
** also issued on Columbia CS 8456, PC 8456.

Miles Davis In Person, Vol. 2 - Saturday Night At The Blackhawk  (Columbia CL 1670)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 1st set, April 21, 1961
CO67467Oleo
same personnel
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 3rd set, April 21, 1961
CO67465Fran-Dance
same personnel
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 1st set, April 22, 1961
CO67468If I Were A Bell
CO67466So What
No Blues
same personnel
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 2nd set, April 22, 1961
CO67464Well, You Needn't
same personnel
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 3rd set, April 22, 1961
CO67469Teo (Neo)
** also issued on Columbia CS 8470; Columbia/Legacy CJ 44425, CK 44425.
** part of Mosaic MQ6-220.

Miles Davis In Person, Vol. 1 - Friday Night At The Blackhawk  (Columbia CL 1669)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same personnel
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 1st set, April 21, 1961
CO67461No Blues
CO67462Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 2nd set, April 21, 1961
CO67460All Of You
CO67459Bye Bye Blackbird
CO67458Walkin'
CO67463Love, I've Found You
** also issued on Columbia CS 8469; Columbia/Legacy CJ 44257, CK 44257.
** part of Mosaic MQ6-220.

Miles Davis - The Complete Blackhawk Sessions  (Mosaic MQ6-220)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same session
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 2nd set, April 21, 1961
Teo (Neo)
I Thought About You
same personnel
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 3rd set, April 21, 1961
If I Were A Bell
Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 2nd set, April 22, 1961
On Green Dolphin Street
Walkin'
same personnel
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 3rd set, April 22, 1961
Autumn Leaves
Two Bass Hit
Bye Bye (theme)
Love, I've Found You
same personnel
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 4th set, April 22, 1961
I Thought About You
Someday My Prince Will Come
Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
** same contents as Columbia CL 1669 + CL 1670 + 16 bonus tracks.

Various Artists - Who's Who In The Swinging Sixties  (Columbia CL 1765)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same personnel
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 3rd set, April 21, 1961
CO69451On Green Dolphin Street
** also issued on Columbia CS 8565.

Miles Davis - Transition  (Magnetic (Luxembourgian) MRCD 125)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same personnel
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, April 22 or 21, 1961
Autumn Leaves
Two Bass Hit / Bye Bye (theme)
I Thought About You
Someday My Prince Will Come
Bye Bye (theme)

Miles Davis - Circle In The Round  (CBS/Sony (J) 36AP-1409/10)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same personnel
"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, 2nd set, April 22, 1961
CO68866'Round Midnight
Bye Bye (theme)

Miles Davis At Carnegie Hall  (Columbia CL 1812)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Johnny Coles, Bernie Glow, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal (trumpet -1,2,6,7) Dick Hixson, Jimmy Knepper, Frank Rehak (trombone -1,2,6,7) Paul Ingraham, Robert Swisshelm, Julius Watkins (French horn -1,2,6,7) Bill Barber (tuba -1,2,6,7) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone -1,3,4) Danny Bank, Eddie Caine, Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson, Bob Tricarico (woodwinds -1,2,6,7) Janet Putman (harp -1,2,6,7) Wynton Kelly (piano -1/5) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Bobby Rosengarden (percussion -1,2,6,7) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor -1,2,6,7)
"Carnegie Hall", NYC, May 19, 1961
1. CO69842So What
2. CO69843Spring Is Here
3. CO69844No Blues
4. CO69845Oleo
5. CO69846Someday My Prince Will Come
6. CO69847The Meaning Of The Blues / Lament
7. CO76258New Rhumba
** also issued on Columbia CS 8612, PC 8612.

Miles Davis - Live Miles: More Music From The Legendary Carnegie Hall Concert  (Columbia/Legacy CJ 40609)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Johnny Coles, Bernie Glow, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal (trumpet -1,2) Dick Hixson, Jimmy Knepper, Frank Rehak (trombone -1,2) Paul Ingraham, Robert Swisshelm, Julius Watkins (French horn -1,2) Bill Barber (tuba -1,2) Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone -3/5) Danny Bank, Eddie Caine, Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson, Bob Tricarico (woodwinds -1,2) Janet Putman (harp -1,2) Wynton Kelly (piano -3/5) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Bobby Rosengarden (percussion -1,2) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor -1,2)
"Carnegie Hall", NYC, May 19, 1961
1.Concierto De Aranjuez, Part 1
2.Concierto De Aranjuez, Part 2
3.Teo
4.Walkin'
5.I Thought About You
** also issued on Columbia/Legacy CK 40609.

1962

Miles Davis - Quiet Nights  (Columbia CL 2106)

Johnny Coles, Miles Davis, Bernie Glow, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Dick Hixson, Jimmy Knepper, Frank Rehak (trombone) Paul Ingraham, Robert Swisshelm, Julius Watkins (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Danny Bank, Eddie Caine, Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson, Bob Tricarico (woodwinds) Janet Putman (harp) Bobby Rosengarden (percussion) Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)
NYC, July 27, 1962
CO75683Corcovado
CO75684Aos Pes Da Cruz (Slow Samba)
same personnel
NYC, August 13, 1962
CO75678Song, No. 1
CO75837Wait Till You See Her
add Jimmy Cobb (drums) Elvin Jones (percussion)
NYC, November 6, 1962
CO77119Once Upon A Summertime
CO77120Song, No. 2
Miles Davis (trumpet) Victor Feldman (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Frank Butler (drums)
Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA, April 17, 1963
HCO71342-2Summer Nights
** also issued on Columbia CS 8906, PC 8906.

Various Artists - Jingle Bell Jazz  (Columbia CL 1893)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Frank Rehak (trombone) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Willie Bobo (percussion) Bob Dorough (vocals)
NYC, August 21, 1962
Blue Xmas (To Whom It May Concern)
** also issued on Columbia CS 8693, PC 36803; Columbia/Legacy CJ 40166.

Miles Davis - Sorcerer  (Columbia CL 2732)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Frank Rehak (trombone) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Bob Dorough (vocals)
NYC, August 21, 1962
CO75735-12Nothing Like You
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, May 16, 1967
CO93132-6Limbo
CO93133-12Vonetta
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 17, 1967
CO92211-4Masqualero
CO92212-5The Sorcerer
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 24, 1967
CO92218-4Prince Of Darkness
CO92219-2Pee Wee
** also issued on Columbia CS 9532, PC 9532.

Various Artists - The Giants Of Jazz  (Columbia CL 1970)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Frank Rehak (trombone) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Willie Bobo (percussion)
NYC, August 23, 1962
CO76323Devil May Care
** also issued on Columbia CS 8770.

1963

Miles Davis - The Complete 1963-64 Columbia Recordings  (Mosaic MQ10-226)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Victor Feldman (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Frank Butler (drums)
Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA, April 16, 1963
HCO71336-4/6Joshua
add George Coleman (tenor saxophone)
Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA, April 17, 1963
HCO71341-3Seven Steps To Heaven (take 3)
HCO71341-5Seven Steps To Heaven (take 5)
Miles Davis (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Anthony Williams (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 14, 1963
CO78342-rehSeven Steps To Heaven (rehearsal take)
Tony Williams (drums) replaces Anthony Williams
"Juan-les-Pins Jazz Festival", Antibes, France, July 27, 1963
Introduction By Andre Francis
Bye Bye Blackbird
Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"Philharmonic Hall", Lincoln Center, NYC, set one, February 12, 1964
Introduction By Mort Fega
Autumn Leaves
same personnel
"Philharmonic Hall", Lincoln Center, NYC, set two, February 12, 1964
Introduction By Billy Taylor
Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) replaces Coleman
"Berlin Philharmonie", Berlin, West Germany, September 25, 1964
Stella By Starlight
** same contents as Columbia CL 2051 + CL 2183 + CBS (G) SBPG 62976 + CBS/Sony (J) SONX-60064 + 27 bonus tracks.

Miles Davis - Seven Steps To Heaven  (Columbia CL 2051)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Victor Feldman (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Frank Butler (drums)
Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA, April 16, 1963
HCO71337-2I Fall In Love Too Easily
HCO71338-1Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
HCO71340-1Basin Street Blues
Miles Davis (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Anthony Williams (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 14, 1963
CO78342-3Seven Steps To Heaven
CO78343-1So Near, So Far
CO78344-3Joshua
** also issued on Columbia CS 8851, PC 8851.
** part of Mosaic MQ10-226.

Miles Davis - Miles In St. Louis  (VGM 0003)

Miles Davis (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor saxophone -2,3) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
"Jazz Villa", St. Louis, MO, June, 1963
1.I Thought About You
2.All Blues
3.Seven Steps To Heaven (incomplete)

LXXI. Miles Davis Quintet - Live In St. Louis And Paris 1963  (The Golden Age Of Jazz (It) JZCD 371)

Miles Davis (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
"Theatre Des Champs-Elysees", Paris, France, July 25, 1963
Stella By Starlight
So What

Miles Davis - Cote Blues  (Jazz Music Yesterday (It) JMY 1010-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
ORTF radio broadcast, "Juan-les-Pins Jazz Festival", Antibes, France, July 26, 1963
So What I
Seven Steps To Heaven
Walkin'
Stella By Starlight
same personnel
ORTF radio broadcast, "Juan-les-Pins Jazz Festival", Antibes, France, July 28, 1963
If I Were A Bell
So What II

Miles Davis In Europe  (Columbia CL 2183)

Miles Davis (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
"Juan-les-Pins Jazz Festival", Antibes, France, July 27, 1963
CO81817Autumn Leaves
CO81818Milestones
CO81819Joshua
CO81820All Of You
CO81821Walkin'
** also issued on Columbia CS 8983, PC 8983.
** part of Mosaic MQ10-226.

Miles Davis At Monterey 1963 Complete  (So What! (J) SW 042)

Miles Davis (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
"Monterey Jazz Festival", Monterey, CA, September 20, 1963
Autumn Leaves
So What
Stella By Starlight
Walkin'
The Theme
** also issued on Core Collections (J) CC 004 entitled "Monterey Jazz Festival 1963".

1964

Miles Davis - 'Four' & More  (Columbia CL 2453)

Miles Davis (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
"Philharmonic Hall", Lincoln Center, NYC, set one, February 12, 1964
CO81836So What
CO81838Walkin'
same personnel
"Philharmonic Hall", Lincoln Center, NYC, set two, February 12, 1964
CO88698Joshua
CO88696Four
CO88697Seven Steps To Heaven
CO88699There Is No Greater Love
Go-Go (theme)
** also issued on Columbia CS 9253, PC 9253.

Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine  (Columbia CL 2306)

Miles Davis (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
"Philharmonic Hall", Lincoln Center, NYC, set one, February 12, 1964
CO81837Stella By Starlight
CO81839All Of You
Go-Go (theme)
same personnel
"Philharmonic Hall", Lincoln Center, NYC, set two, February 12, 1964
CO81841All Blues
CO81842My Funny Valentine
CO81843I Thought About You
** also issued on Columbia CS 9106, PC 9106.

Miles Davis - Miles In Tokyo  (CBS/Sony (J) SONX-60064)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Sam Rivers (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
"Sekai Jazz Festival", "Koseinenkin Kaikan", Tokyo, Japan, July 14, 1964
Introduction By Teruo Isono
If I Were A Bell
My Funny Valentine
So What
Walkin'
All Of You
Go-Go (theme)
** also issued on CBS/Sony (J) 23AP-2564.
** part of Mosaic MQ10-226.

Miles Davis - Miles In Berlin  (CBS (G) SBPG 62976)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
"Berlin Philharmonie", Berlin, West Germany, September 25, 1964
Milestones
Autumn Leaves
So What
Walkin'
Go-Go (theme)
** part of Mosaic MQ10-226.

Miles Davis - Paris, France  (Heart Note (Swd) HN 004)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
"Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, 1st concert, October 1, 1964
Autumn Leaves
Stella By Starlight
So What
Walkin'
Bye Bye (theme) (Miles Improvisation)

Miles Davis - The Complete Copenhagen Concert 1964  (Magnetic (Luxembourgian) MRCD 117)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
"KB-Hallen", Copenhagen, Denmark, October 4, 1964
Autumn Leaves
So What
Stella By Starlight
Walkin'
All Of You
Joshua / Bye Bye (theme)

Miles Davis - Davisiana  (Moon (It) MCD 033-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
"Stadthalle", Sindelfingen, West Germany, October 8, 1964
Autumn Leaves
So What
Milestones
Joshua / Bye Bye (theme)

Miles Davis - All Blues  (Musica Jazz (It) MJCD 1090-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same session
"Stadthalle", Sindelfingen, West Germany, October 8, 1964
All Blues

LXXII. Miles Davis Quintet - Live In Sindelfingen 1964  (The Golden Age Of Jazz (It) JZCD 372)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same session
"Stadthalle", Sindelfingen, West Germany, October 8, 1964
Oleo
All Of You

Miles Davis - Seven Steps To Heaven  (Jazz Door (G) JD 1225)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same session
"Stadthalle", Sindelfingen, West Germany, October 8, 1964
Walkin' / Bye Bye (theme)

1965

Miles Davis - E.S.P.  (Columbia CL 2350)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herb Hancock (piano) Ronald Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA, January 20, 1965
HCO72230E.S.P.
HCO72231R.J.
same personnel
Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA, January 21, 1965
HCO72232Eighty-One
HCO72233Little One
same personnel
Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA, January 22, 1965
HCO72234Iris
HCO72235Agitation
HCO72236drum intro to Agitation
HCO72237Mood
** also issued on Columbia CS 9150, PC 9150.
** part of Mosaic MQ10-177; Columbia/Legacy C6K 67398.

Miles Davis - Cookin' At The Plugged Nickel  (Columbia/Legacy CJ 40645)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 1st stage, December 22, 1965
If I Were A Bell
Stella By Starlight
Walkin'
same personnel
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 3rd stage, December 23, 1965
Milestones
** also issued on Columbia/Legacy CK 40645.

Miles Davis - Complete Live At Plugged Nickel 1965  (CBS/Sony (J) SRCS 5766/72)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 1st stage, December 22, 1965
I Fall In Love Too Easily
Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 2nd stage, December 22, 1965
My Funny Valentine
Four
When I Fall In Love
Agitation
Milestones / Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 3rd stage, December 22, 1965
All Of You
Oleo
I Fall In Love Too Easily
No Blues
I Thought About You
Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 1st stage, December 23, 1965
If I Were A Bell
I Fall In Love Too Easily
Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 2nd stage, December 23, 1965
All Of You
My Funny Valentine
same personnel
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 3rd stage, December 23, 1965
When I Fall In Love
Autumn Leaves
I Fall In Love Too Easily
No Blues / Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 4th stage, December 23, 1965
Stella By Starlight

Miles Davis At Plugged Nickel, Vol. 2  (CBS/Sony (J) 18AP-2068)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 2nd stage, December 22, 1965
'Round Midnight
same personnel
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 1st stage, December 23, 1965
Stella By Starlight
same personnel
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 4th stage, December 23, 1965
All Blues
Yesterdays
Bye Bye (theme)
** also issued on CBS/Sony (J) 23AP-2568, 25AP-291.
** part of Columbia C2 38266.

Miles Davis At Plugged Nickel, Vol. 1  (CBS/Sony (J) 18AP-2067)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 1st stage, December 23, 1965
Walkin'
same personnel
"Plugged Nickel", Chicago, IL, 2nd stage, December 23, 1965
Agitation
On Green Dolphin Street
So What
Bye Bye (theme)
** also issued on CBS/Sony (J) 23AP-2567, 25AP-1.
** part of Columbia C2 38266.

1966 (age 40)

Miles Davis - Gingerbread Boy, At Portland State College  (Stone OE 66201)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Richard Davis (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
"Portland State College Jazz Festival", Portland, OR, May 21, 1966
Autumn Leaves
Agitation (incomplete)
Stella By Starlight
Gingerbread Boy (incomplete)
No Blues (incomplete)
Bye Bye (theme)

Miles Davis - Miles Smiles  (Columbia CL 2601)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, October 24, 1966
CO91173-6/5Circle
CO91174-11Orbits
CO91175-2Dolores
CO91176-11Freedom Jazz Dance
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, October 25, 1966
CO91177-5Gingerbread Boy
CO91178-4Footprints
** also issued on Columbia CS 9401, PC 9401.
** part of Mosaic MQ10-177; Columbia/Legacy C6K 67398.

1967

The Complete Studio Recordings Of The Miles Davis Quintet 1965-June 1968  (Mosaic MQ10-177)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May 17, 1967
CO92211-1Masqualero (alt. take)
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, May-July, 1967
Thisness (rehearsal)
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 13, 1967
Madness (rehearsal)
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 22, 1967
CO92249-6Hand Jive (alt. take)
CO92249-9-
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 23, 1967
CO92250-2Madness (alt. take)
Miles Davis (trumpet, chimes) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (celeste) Joe Beck (electric guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, December 4, 1967
CO92389Circle In The Round (Mosaic LP version)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, January 16, 1968
CO98200-7Teo's Bag (alt. take)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) George Benson or Joe Beck (guitar -1) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, January 25, 1968
1. CO92426I Have A Dream (rehearsal)
2.Speak Like A Child (rehearsal)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, May 15, 1968
CO99682-3Country Son (alt. take)
same personnel
Columbia Studio B, NYC, May 16, 1968
CO99683-2Black Comedy (alt. take)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (electric piano) Ron Carter (electric bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 20, 1968
CO100123-5Tout De Suite (alt. take)
** also issued on Columbia/Legacy C6K 67398 entitled "Miles Davis Quintet 1965-'68".
** same contents as Columbia CL 2350 + CL 2601 + CS 9594 + CS 9628 + 33 bonus tracks.

Miles Davis - Water Babies  (Columbia PC 34396)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 7, 1967
CO92238-4Water Babies
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 13, 1967
CO92246-8Capricorn
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 23, 1967
CO92251-3Sweet Pea
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock (electric piano) Dave Holland (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, November 11, 1968
CO102328-?Two Faced
CO102327-N1Dual Mr. Anthony Tillmon Williams Process (Dual Mr. Tillmon Anthony)

Miles Davis - Nefertiti  (Columbia CS 9594)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 7, 1967
CO92239-4Nefertiti
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 22, 1967
CO92249-11Hand Jive
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 23, 1967
CO92250-4Madness
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, July 19, 1967
CO92289-3/5Fall
CO92290-4Pinocchio
CO92291-3Riot
** also issued on Columbia PC 9594.
** part of Mosaic MQ10-177; Columbia/Legacy C6K 67398.

Miles Davis - His Greatest Concert Ever  (Jazzman JM 11742)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
"Konigin Elizabethzaal", Belgium, October 8, 1967
Agitation
Footprints
'Round Midnight
No Blues
Riot
On Green Dolphin Street
Masqualero
Gingerbread Boy
Bye Bye (theme)

Miles Davis - Tempo Di Jazz  (Tempo Di Jazz (It) CDTJ 703)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
"Konserthuset", Stockholm, Sweden, November 3, 1967
Agitation
Footprints
I Thought About You
Walkin'
Gingerbread Boy
Bye Bye (theme)

XLI. Miles Davis - The Paris Concert  (The Golden Age Of Jazz (It) JZCD 341)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
ORTF radio broadcast, "Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, November 6, 1967
'Round Midnight
Masqualero
I Fall In Love Too Easily
Riot
Walkin'
On Green Dolphin Street
Bye Bye (theme)
** also issued on Jazz Music Yesterday (It) JMY 1003-2 entitled "No Blues".

Miles Davis - No Blues  (Jazz Music Yesterday (It) JMY 1003-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums): same session
ORTF radio broadcast, "Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, November 6, 1967
No Blues
** reissue of The Golden Age Of Jazz (It) JZCD 341 entitled "XLI. Miles Davis - The Paris Concert" + 1 bonus track.

1968

Miles Davis - Miles In The Sky  (Columbia CS 9628)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) George Benson (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, January 16, 1968
CO98201-5Paraphernalia
omit Benson
Columbia Studio B, NYC, May 15, 1968
CO99682-1Country Son
same personnel
Columbia Studio B, NYC, May 16, 1968
CO99683-12Black Comedy
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (electric piano) Ron Carter (electric bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, May 17, 1968
CO99684-1/3Stuff
** also issued on Columbia PC 9628.
** part of Mosaic MQ10-177; Columbia/Legacy C6K 67398.

Miles Davis - Filles De Kilimanjaro  (Columbia CS 9750)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (electric piano) Ron Carter (electric bass) Tony Williams (drums): same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 19, 1968
CO100122-5Petits Machins (Little Stuff)
same personnel
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, June 20, 1968
CO100123-9Tout De Suite
same personnel
Columbia Studio B, NYC, June 21, 1968
CO100069-8Filles De Kilimanjaro (Girls Of Kilimanjaro)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) Dave Holland (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studios, NYC, September 24, 1968
CO100189-?Mademoiselle Mabry (Miss Mabry)
CO100190-5Frelon Brun (Brown Hornet)
** also issued on Columbia PC 9750.

Miles Davis - The Complete In A Silent Way Sessions (September 1968-February 1969)  (Mosaic MQ5-209)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (electric piano, electric harpsichord) Chick Corea (electric piano, organ) Dave Holland (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, November 12, 1968
CO102333-?Splash (Mosaic LP version)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Joe Zawinul (organ) Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock (electric piano) Dave Holland (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, November 25, 1968
CO102342-?Splashdown
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) Joe Zawinul (organ) Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock (electric piano) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, February 18, 1969
CO103510-?Shhh / Peaceful (Mosaic LP version)
CO103511-1In A Silent Way (rehearsal)
CO103511-2In A Silent Way (Mosaic LP version)
CO103511-?It's About That Time (Mosaic LP version)
Joe Chambers (drums) replaces Williams
Columbia Studio B, NYC, February 20, 1969
CO103516-?The Ghetto Walk
CO103517-6Early Minor

1969

Miles Davis - In A Silent Way  (Columbia CS 9875)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) Joe Zawinul (organ) Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock (electric piano) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (bass) Tony Williams (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, February 18, 1969
CO103510Shhh / Peaceful (LP version)
CO103511In A Silent Way / It's About That Time (LP version)
** also issued on Columbia PC 9875, CJ 40580.

Miles Davis - 1969 Miles: Festiva De Juan Pins  (CBS/Sony (J) SRCS 6843)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano, tenor saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) Dave Holland (bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums)
"Juan-les-Pins Jazz Festival", Antibes, France, July 25, 1969
Directions
Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
Milestones
Footprints
'Round Midnight
It's About That Time
Sanctuary / Bye Bye (theme)

The Selected Works Of Chick Corea - Music Forever And Beyond  (GRP GRD 5-9819)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Chick Corea (electric piano)
"Juan-les-Pins Jazz Festival", Antibes, France, July 26, 1969
I Fall In Love Too Easily

The Miles Davis - Interview 4 Aug. 1969  (CBS/Sony (J) SONF-01502)

Miles Davis (interviewee)
Miles Davis' home, NYC, August 4, 1969
His Clothes, His Cars, And Boxing
About Teo Macero
About "Miles In The Sky" And "Girls Of Kilimanjaro"
About "In A Silent Way"
About Classical Music
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Miles Davis - Bitches Brew  (Columbia GP 26)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet -1,2) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul (electric piano) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (bass) Harvey Brooks (electric bass -1) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Lenny White (drums -1,2) Don Alias (congas) Jim Riley (shakers)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, August 19, 1969
1. CO103745Bitches Brew
2. CO102951John McLaughlin
3. CO103746Sanctuary
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul (electric piano) John McLaughlin (guitar) Harvey Brooks, Dave Holland (electric bass) Don Alias, Jack DeJohnette (drums) Jim Riley (congas)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, August 20, 1969
CO103749Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) Chick Corea, Larry Young, Joe Zawinul (electric piano) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (bass) Harvey Brooks (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette, Lenny White (drums) Don Alias (congas) Jim Riley (shakers)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, August 21, 1969
CO103750Spanish Key
CO103313Pharaoh's Dance
** also issued on Columbia CS 9996, G 30977, C2J 40577.
** part of Mosaic MQ6-183; Columbia/Legacy C4K 65570.

Miles Davis - Double Image  (Moon (It) MLP 010/11)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano, tenor saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) Dave Holland (bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums)
"Teatro Sistina", Rome, Italy, October 27, 1969
'Round Midnight
Masuqualero
Bitches Brew
Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
Footprints
Sanctuary
Free Improvisation
** also issued on Moon (It) MCD 010/11-2.

LXXIII. Miles Davis Quintets - Bitches Brew Live  (The Golden Age Of Jazz (It) JZCD 373)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano, tenor saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) Dave Holland (bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums): same session
"Teatro Sistina", Rome, Italy, October 27, 1969
Shhh / Peaceful

Miles Davis - Spanish Key  (Lunch For Your Ears (E) LFYE 001)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano, tenor saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) Dave Holland (bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums): same personnel
"Ronnie Scott's Club", London, England, November 2, 1969
Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
No Blues
I Fall In Love Too Easily
Sanctuary / Bye Bye (theme)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Gary Bartz (soprano, alto saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) Keith Jarrett (electric piano, organ) Dave Holland (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (percussion)
"Berkshire Music Center", Tanglewood, MA, August 18, 1970
Directions
Bitches Brew
It's About That Time
Sanctuary
Spanish Key
Miles Runs The Voodoo Down / Bye Bye (theme)

Miles Davis - Paraphernalia  (Jazz Music Yesterday (It) JMY 1013-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano, tenor saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) Dave Holland (bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums)
ORTF radio broadcast, "Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, 1st concert, November 3, 1969
Directions
Bitches Brew
Paraphernalia
Riot
I Fall In Love Too Easily
Sanctuary
Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
Bye Bye (theme)

Miles Davis - Big Fun  (Columbia PG 32866)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet) Steve Grossman (soprano saxophone) Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock (electric piano) Khalil Balakrishna (electric sitar) Bihari Sharma (tambura, tabla) John McLaughlin (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Harvey Brooks (electric bass) Billy Cobham (drums, triangle) Airto Moreira (guica, berimbau)
Columbia Studio E, NYC, November 19, 1969
CO103282Great Expectations
CO103283Orange Lady
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul (electric piano) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (electric bass) Billy Cobham, Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (guica, percussion)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, January 27, 1970
CO106707Lonely Fire
Miles Davis (trumpet) Steve Grossman (soprano saxophone) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums)
Columbia Studio E, NYC, March 3, 1970
CO106738Go Ahead John
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet, flute) Carlos Garnett (soprano saxophone) Sonny Fortune (soprano saxophone, flute) Lonnie Liston Smith (electric piano) Harold Williams (synthesizer) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster, Billy Hart (drums) Badal Roy (tabla) Mtume (percussion)
Columbia Studio E, NYC, June 12, 1972
CO112579Ife

Miles Davis - The Complete Bitches Brew Sessions (August 1969-February 1970)  (Mosaic MQ6-183)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet) Steve Grossman (soprano saxophone) Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock (electric piano) Khalil Balakrishna (electric sitar) Bihari Sharma (tambura, tabla) John McLaughlin (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Harvey Brooks (electric bass) Billy Cobham (drums, triangle) Airto Moreira (guica, berimbau)
Columbia Studio E, NYC, November 19, 1969
Yaphet
Corrado
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet) Steve Grossman (soprano saxophone) Larry Young (organ, celeste) Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock (electric piano) Khalil Balakrishna (electric sitar) Bihari Sharma (tambura, tabla) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (bass) Harvey Brooks (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums -1,2) Billy Cobham (drums, triangle) Airto Moreira (guica, berimbau)
Columbia Studio E, NYC, November 28, 1969
1. CO103289Trevere
2.The Big Green Serpent
3. CO103290The Little Blue Frog (alt. take)
4. -The Little Blue Frog (mst. take) (edited version)
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul (electric piano) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (electric bass) Billy Cobham, Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (guica, percussion)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, January 28, 1970
CO106712Feio
CO106713Double Image
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul (electric piano) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Billy Cobham (triangle) Airto Moreira (guica, percussion)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, February 6, 1970
CO106730Recollection
CO106731Take It Or Leave It
** also issued on Columbia/Legacy C4K 65570 entitled "The Complete Bitches Brew Sessions".
** same contents as Columbia GP 26 + 15 bonus tracks.

1970

Miles Davis - Live/Evil  (Columbia G 30954)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul (electric piano) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (guica, percussion)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, February 6, 1970
CO106732Gemini / Double Image
Miles Davis (trumpet) Steve Grossman (soprano saxophone) Keith Jarrett (organ) Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock (electric piano) Ron Carter (bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (percussion) Hermeto Pascoal (voice, drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, June 3, 1970
CO103892Selim
CO103892-altNem Um Talvez
Miles Davis (trumpet) Steve Grossman (soprano saxophone) Keith Jarrett (organ) Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock (electric piano) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (bass, electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (percussion) Hermeto Pascoal (voice, drums, electric piano)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, June 4, 1970
CO103895Little Church
Miles Davis (trumpet) Gary Bartz (soprano, alto saxophone) Keith Jarrett (electric piano, organ) John McLaughlin (guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (percussion)
"Cellar Door", Washington, DC, December 19, 1970
CO111826Sivad
CO111827What I Say
CO111828Funky Tonk
-Inamorata And Narration By Conrad Roberts
** also issued on Columbia CG 30954.

Miles Davis - A Tribute To Jack Johnson  (Columbia S 30455)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet) Chick Corea (electric piano) John McLaughlin (guitar) Sonny Sharrock (electric guitar) Dave Holland (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, February 18, 1970
Willie Nelson
Miles Davis (trumpet) Steve Grossman (soprano saxophone) Herbie Hancock (keyboards) John McLaughlin (guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Billy Cobham (drums)
Columbia Studios, NYC, April 7, 1970
CO105098Right Off
CO105098-4Yesternow
** also issued on Columbia KC 30455, PC 30455.

Miles Davis - Hill Auditorium 2/21/'70  (Jazz Masters (G) JM 006)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) John McLaughlin (guitar) Dave Holland (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (percussion)
"Hill Auditorium", Ann Arbor, MI, February 21, 1970
Bitches Brew
Masqualero
Bye Bye (theme)

Miles Davis - It's About That Time: Live At The Fillmore East, March 7, 1970  (Columbia/Legacy C2K 85191)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano, tenor saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) Dave Holland (bass, electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (percussion)
"Fillmore East", NYC, 1st Set, March 7, 1970
Directions
Spanish Key
Masqualero
Medley: It's About That Time / Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"Fillmore East", NYC, 2nd Set, March 7, 1970
Directions
Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
Bitches Brew
Spanish Key
Medley: It's About That Time / Willie Nelson

Miles Davis At Fillmore West - Black Beauty  (CBS/Sony (J) SOPJ-39/40)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Steve Grossman (soprano saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) Dave Holland (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (percussion)
"Fillmore West", San Francisco, CA, Black Beauty, April 10, 1970
Directions
Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
Willie Nelson
I Fall In Love Too Easily
Sanctuary
It's About That Time
Bitches Brew
Masqualero
Spanish Key / Bye Bye (theme)
** also issued on CBS/Sony (J) 28AP-2155/56, 36AP-1775/76; Columbia C 33237.

Miles Davis - Get Up With It  (Columbia KG 33236)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Steve Grossman (soprano saxophone) Keith Jarrett (electric piano) Herbie Hancock (clavinet) John McLaughlin (guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Billy Cobham (drums) Airto Moreira (percussion)
Columbia Studios, NYC, May 19, 1970
CO103883Honky Tonk
Miles Davis (trumpet) unknown (brass) Wally Chambers (harmonica) Cornell Dupree (electric guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster, Bernard Purdie (drums) Mtume (percussion) Wade Marcus (brass arranger) Billy Jackson (rhythm arranger)
Columbia Studio E, NYC, March 9, 1972
CO118934Red China Blues
Miles Davis (organ) Cedric Lawson (electric piano) Khalil Balakrishna (electric sitar) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Badal Roy (tabla) Mtume (percussion)
Columbia Studio E, NYC, September 6, 1972
CO11259Rated X
Miles Davis (trumpet) Carlos Garnett (soprano, tenor saxophone) Cedric Lawson (electric piano, synthesizer) Khalil Balakrishna (electric sitar) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Badal Roy (tabla) Mtume (percussion)
Columbia Studio E, NYC, December 8, 1972
CO112993-1Billy Preston
Miles Davis (trumpet, organ, electric piano) Dave Liebman (flute) John Stubblefield (soprano saxophone) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
Columbia Studio E, NYC, September 17, 1973
CO117296Calypso Frelimo
Miles Davis (trumpet) Dave Liebman (alto flute) Pete Cosey, Dominique Gaumont, Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
Columbia Studio E, NYC, June 19 or 20, 1974
CO118537He Loved Him Madly
Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Sonny Fortune (flute) Pete Cosey, Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Dominique Gaumont (electric guitar -2) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
Columbia Studio E, NYC, October 7, 1974
1. CO121652Mtume
2. CO121653Maiysha

Miles Davis At Fillmore  (Columbia G 30038)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Steve Grossman (soprano saxophone) Keith Jarrett (organ) Chick Corea (electric piano) Dave Holland (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (percussion)
"Fillmore East", NYC, Wednesday Miles, June 17, 1970
CO107324-1Directions
CO107324-2The Mask
CO107324-3It's About That Time
CO107324-4Bitches Brew / Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"Fillmore East", NYC, Thursday Miles, June 18, 1970
CO107325-1Directions
CO107325-2The Mask
CO107325-3It's About That Time
same personnel
"Fillmore East", NYC, Friday Miles, June 19, 1970
CO107326-1It's About That Time
CO107326-2I Fall In Love Too Easily
CO107326-3Sanctuary
CO107326-4Bitches Brew / Bye Bye (theme)
same personnel
"Fillmore East", NYC, Saturday Miles, June 20, 1970
CO107327-1It's About That Time
CO107327-2I Fall In Love Too Easily
CO107327-3Sanctuary
CO107327-4Bitches Brew
CO107327-5Willie Nelson / Bye Bye (theme)
** also issued on Columbia CG 30038.

Various Artists - The First Great Rock Festivals Of The Seventies - Isle Of Wight - Atlanta Pop Festival  (Columbia G3X 30805)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Gary Bartz (soprano, alto saxophone) Keith Jarrett (organ) Chick Corea (electric piano) Dave Holland (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (percussion)
"Isle Of Wight Rock Festival", Isle Of Wight, England, August 29, 1970
Call It Anythin'

Miles Davis - Fillmore West 10/17/'70  (Jazz Masters (G) JM 007)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Gary Bartz (soprano, alto saxophone) Keith Jarrett (electric piano, organ) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira, Jim Riley (percussion)
"Fillmore West", San Francisco, CA, October 17, 1970
Directions
Honky Tonk
What I Say
Sanctuary
Yesternow
Bitches Brew
Inamorata / Bye Bye (theme)

1971

Miles Davis - Lennies On The Turnpike '71  (Jazz Masters (G) JM 001/02)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Gary Bartz (soprano, alto saxophone) Keith Jarrett (electric piano, organ) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto Moreira (percussion)
"Lennie's On The Turnpike", West Peabody, MA, late March, 1971
Inamorata
Directions
What I Say
Honky Tonk
What I Say
Inamorata

LXXIV. Miles Davis Band - Miles Davis + Keith Jarrett Live  (The Golden Age Of Jazz (It) JZCD 374)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Gary Bartz (soprano, alto saxophone) Keith Jarrett (electric piano, organ) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Leon "Ndugu" Chancler (drums) Don Alias, Mtume (percussion)
"Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi", Milan, Italy, October 21, 1971
Directions
Yesternow
Ife
What I Say
Sanctuary
Funky Tonk (incomplete)

Miles Davis - Neue Stadthalle, Switzerland 10/22/'71  (Jazz Masters (G) JM 008/09)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Gary Bartz (soprano, alto saxophone) Keith Jarrett (electric piano, organ) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Leon "Ndugu" Chancler (drums) Don Alias, Mtume (percussion): same personnel
"Neue Standthalle", Dietikon, Switzerland, October 22, 1971
Directions
Sivad
Honky Tonk
What I Say
Sanctuary
Yesternow
Inamorata (incomplete)

Miles Davis - Another Bitches Brew  (Jazz Door (G) JD 1284/85)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Gary Bartz (soprano, alto saxophone) Keith Jarrett (electric piano, organ) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Leon "Ndugu" Chancler (drums) Don Alias, Mtume (percussion): same personnel
Belgrade, Yugoslavia, November 3, 1971
Directions
Honky Tonk
Sivad
What I Say
Sanctuary
Funky Tonk
Yesternow
Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Dave Liebman (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
Belgrade, Yugoslavia, November 7, 1973
Untitled Medley

Miles Davis - Two Miles Live  (Discurios (It) DIS 201 LP)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Gary Bartz (soprano, alto saxophone) Keith Jarrett (electric piano, organ) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Leon "Ndugu" Chancler (drums) Don Alias, Mtume (percussion)
Osterreischer Rundfunk radio broadcast, "Wiener Konzerthaus", Vienna, Austria, November 5, 1971
Directions
Honky Tonk (Sivad)
What I Say (What'd I Say)
Sanctuary
It's About That Time (Miles Run(s) The Voodoo Down/Selim)
Yesternow
Funky Tonk
Sanctuary (theme)
** also issued on Discurios (It) DIS 201 CD.

Miles Davis - Berlin And Beyond  (Lunch For Your Ears (E) LFYE 006/07)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Gary Bartz (soprano, alto saxophone) Keith Jarrett (electric piano, organ) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Leon "Ndugu" Chancler (drums) Don Alias, Mtume (percussion): same personnel
"Philharmonie", Berlin, West Germany, November 6, 1971
Directions
Honky Tonk
What I Say
Sanctuary
Funky Tonk
Inamorata
Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Dave Liebman (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
"Palazzo Dello Sport", Italy, November 10, 1973
Untitled Medley

Miles Davis In Sweden 1971  (Miles MD 1)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Gary Bartz (soprano, alto saxophone) Keith Jarrett (electric piano, organ) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Leon "Ndugu" Chancler (drums) Don Alias, Mtume (percussion)
"Universitetets Aula", Uppsala, Sweden, November 7, 1971
Directions
Honky Tonk
Sivad
What I Say
Sanctuary
Funky Tonk

Hooray For Miles Davis, Vol. 3  (Session Disc 123)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Gary Bartz (soprano, alto saxophone) Keith Jarrett (electric piano, organ) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Leon "Ndugu" Chancler (drums) Don Alias, Mtume (percussion): same personnel
"Philharmonic Hall", Lincoln Center, NYC, November 26, 1971
Directions
Honky Tonk
What I Say
Sanctuary
Funky Tonk
Yesternow

1972

Miles Davis - On The Corner  (Columbia KC 31906)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Dave Liebman (soprano saxophone) Harold Williams (organ, synthesizer) Chick Corea (electric piano) Herbie Hancock (electric piano, synthesizer) Collin Walcott (electric sitar) John McLaughlin (guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette, Al Foster, Billy Hart (drums, percussion) Badal Roy (tabla)
Columbia Studios, NYC, June 1, 1972
CO112554-3On The Corner
-New York Girl
-Thinkin' One Thing And Goin' Another
-Vote For Miles
Miles Davis (trumpet) Carlos Garnett (tenor saxophone) Harold Williams (organ, synthesizer) Chick Corea (electric piano) Herbie Hancock (electric piano, synthesizer) Collin Walcott (electric sitar) David Creamer (electric guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette, Al Foster, Billy Hart (drums) Badal Roy (tabla)
Columbia Studios, NYC, June 6, 1972
CO112557One And One
CO112558Helen Butte / Mr. Freedom X
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet) Carlos Garnett (soprano saxophone) Harold Williams (organ, synthesizer) Chick Corea (electric piano) Herbie Hancock (electric piano, synthesizer) Khalil Balakrishna (electric sitar) David Creamer (electric guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Jack DeJohnette, Al Foster, Billy Hart (drums) Badal Roy (tabla)
Columbia Studios, NYC, July 7, 1972
Black Satin

Miles Davis In Concert  (Columbia KG 32092)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Carlos Garnett (soprano, tenor saxophone) Cedric Lawson (electric piano, synthesizer) Khalil Balakrishna (electric sitar) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Badal Roy (tabla) Mtume (percussion)
"Philharmonic Hall", Lincoln Center, NYC, September 29, 1972
CO113089Miles Davis In Concert, Part 1
-Miles Davis In Concert, Part 2
-Miles Davis In Concert, Part 3
-Miles Davis In Concert, Part 4

1973

Miles Davis - Black Satin  (Jazz Masters (G) JM 011/12)

Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Dave Liebman (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
"Shinjuku Koseinenkin Kaikan", Tokyo, Japan, June 19, 1973
Untitled Medley

Miles Davis - More Live Evil  (Zipperdeke (J) ZIP 009)

Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Dave Liebman (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion): same personnel
"Shinjuku Koseinenkin Kaikan", Tokyo, Japan, June 20, 1973
Untitled Medley

Miles Davis - Ife  (Lunch For Your Ears (E) LFYE 002)

Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Dave Liebman (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion): same personnel
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 8, 1973
Ife / Calypso Frelimo
same personnel
WBCN radio broadcast, "The Jazz Workshop", Boston, MA, October 17, 1973
Ife
Agharta Prelude (What About Rhythm) (Untitled Composition #04: Prelude, Part 2)

Miles Davis - "Isle Of Wight"  (Columbia (F) 450472.1)

Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Dave Liebman (soprano saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
Columbia Studios, NYC, July 26, 1973
Great Expectations / Orange Lady
Molester, Part 1
Molester, Part 2
The Little Blue Frog (Go Ahead John)
CO113845Holly-Wuud
-Big Fun

Miles Davis - Unknown Sessions 1973-1976, Vol. 1  (Kind Of Blue (J) KOB 001)

Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Dave Liebman (soprano saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion): same session
Columbia Studios, NYC, July 26, 1973
TDK Funk
TDK Funk (alt. take 1)
TDK Funk (alt. take 2)
Miles Davis (organ, keyboards) Pete Cosey, Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, February 27, 1975
Turn Of The Century (Untitled Tune)
Miles Davis (trumpet, organ, keyboards) Sam Morrison (soprano, tenor saxophone) Pete Cosey, Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
Columbia Studios, NYC, May 5, 1975
Untitled Latin
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Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Sam Morrison (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Masabumi Kikuchi or George Pavlis (keyboards) Pete Cosey, Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
Columbia Studios, NYC, March 30, 1976
Mother Dearest Mother
Untitled Tune
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Miles Davis - Call It What It Is  (Jazz Music Yesterday (It) JMY ME 6403)

Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Dave Liebman (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
WBCN radio broadcast, "The Jazz Workshop", Boston, MA, October 17, 1973
Zimbabwe (Untitled Composition #05: Zimbabwe)

Miles Davis - Berlin '73  (Jazz Masters (G) JM 003)

Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Dave Liebman (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion): same personnel
"Philharmonie", Berlin, West Germany, November 1, 1973
Turnaround Phrase / Tune In 5 / Ife / Untitled Medley

Miles Davis - Palais Des Sports, Paris 1973  (Jazz Masters (G) JM 016)

Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Dave Liebman (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion): same personnel
"Palais Des Sports", Paris, France, November 15, 1973
Turnaround Phrase / Tune In 51 / Ife / For Dave / Calypso Frelimo

1974

Miles Davis - Dark Magus  (CBS/Sony (J) 28AP-2165/66)

Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Dave Liebman (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Azar Lawrence (tenor saxophone) Pete Cosey, Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
"Carnegie Hall", NYC, 1st set, March 30, 1974
Dark Magus Moja I
Dark Magus Will I
Dark Magus Will II
add Dominique Gaumont (electric guitar)
"Carnegie Hall", NYC, 2nd set, March 30, 1974
Dark Magus Tatu I
Dark Magus Tatu II
Dark Magus Nne I
Dark Magus Nne II

1975

Miles Davis - Agharta  (CBS/Sony (J) 28AP-2167/68)

Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Sonny Fortune (soprano, alto saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
"Festival Hall", Osaka, Japan, hiru, February 1, 1975
CO122778Prelude, Part 1
CO122779Prelude, Part 2
CO122780Maiysh
CO122781Interlude
CO122782Theme From Jack Johnson

Miles Davis - Pangaea  (CBS/Sony (J) 28AP-2169/70)

Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Sonny Fortune (soprano, alto saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion): same personnel
"Festival Hall", Osaka, Japan, yoru, February 1, 1975
Zimbabwe, Part 1
Zimbabwe, Part 2
Gondwana, Part 1
Gondwana, Part 2

Miles Davis - New York Bottom Line 1975  (Jazz Masters (G) JM 017/18)

Miles Davis (trumpet, organ) Sam Morrison (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Reggie Lucas (electric guitar) Pete Cosey (electric guitar, percussion) Michael Henderson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mtume (percussion)
"Bottom Line", NYC, June 11, 1975
Untitled Medley

1980 (age 54)

Miles Davis - The Man With The Horn  (Columbia FC 36790)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Robert Irving (synthesizer) Randy Hall (electric guitar, celeste, synthesizer, vocals) Felton Crews (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) unknown singers (vocals)
Columbia Studios, NYC, May 1-June, 1980
The Man With The Horn
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Barry Finnerty (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Sammy Figueroa (percussion)
Columbia Studios, NYC, January, 1981
Back Seat Betty
Aida
Ursula
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bill Evans (soprano saxophone) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Sammy Figueroa (percussion)
Columbia Studios, NYC, March, 1981
Fat Time
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Robert Irving (electric piano) Randy Hall (synthesizer) Barry Finnerty (electric guitar) Felton Crews (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Sammy Figueroa (percussion)
Columbia Studios, NYC, May 6, 1981
Shout

1981

Miles Davis - Shout (12 inch maxi single)  (Columbia AS 1274)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Robert Irving (electric piano) Randy Hall (synthesizer) Barry Finnerty (electric guitar) Felton Crews (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Sammy Figueroa (percussion)
Columbia Studios, NYC, May 6, 1981
Shout (long version)
Shout (short version)

Miles Davis - We Want Miles  (Columbia C2 38005)

Miles Davis (trumpet, electric piano) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute, electric piano) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion)
"Kix Club", Boston, MA, 1st concert, June 27, 1981
Fast Track
My Man's Gone Now
Kix
same personnel
"Avery Fisher Hall", Lincoln Center, NYC, 2nd concert, July 5, 1981
Back Seat Betty
Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion)
"Shinjuku Nishi-Guchi Hiroba", Tokyo, Japan, 2nd set, October 4, 1981
Jean Pierre (long version)

Various Artists - Jazz Beau Coup  (Columbia AS 1367)

Miles Davis (trumpet, electric piano) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute, electric piano) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion)
"Avery Fisher Hall", Lincoln Center, NYC, 2nd concert, July 5, 1981
Back Seat Betty (long version) (Live Cut From Avery Fisher Hall)

Miles Davis - Miles! Miles! Miles!: Live In Japan '81  (CBS/Sony (J) SRCS 6513/14)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion)
"Shinjuku Nishi-Guchi Hiroba", Tokyo, Japan, 1st set, October 4, 1981
Back Seat Betty
Ursula
My Man's Gone Now
Aida
same personnel
"Shinjuku Nishi-Guchi Hiroba", Tokyo, Japan, 2nd set, October 4, 1981
Fat Time
Jean Pierre

1982

Miles Davis At Hammersmith Odeon, London 1982  (Jazz Door (G) JD 11036)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion)
"Hammersmith Odeon", London, England, 1st set, April 20, 1982
Back Seat Betty
My Man's Gone Now
Aida
same personnel
"Hammersmith Odeon", London, England, 2nd set, April 20, 1982
Ife
Fat Time
Jean Pierre

Miles Davis - Spring  (Paradise (It) P 1020-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion): same personnel
"Teatro Tenda Pianeta", Rome, Italy, 1st set, April 26, 1982
Back Seat Betty
My Man's Gone Now
Aida (Fast Track)

Miles Davis - The Second Spring  (Paradise (It) P 1030-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion): same personnel
"Teatro Tenda Pianeta", Rome, Italy, 2nd set, April 26, 1982
Ife
Fat Time
Jean Pierre

Miles Davis - Star People  (Columbia FC 38657)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion) Gil Evans (arranger)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, August 11, 1982
Star On Cicely
omit Bill Evans, Gil Evans
"Jones Beach Theater", Long Island, NY, 1st set, August 28, 1982
Come Get It
add Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone)
Columbia Studio B, NYC, September 1, 1982
Star People
U 'N' I
add John Scofield (guitar) Gil Evans (arranger)
The Record Plant, NYC, January 5, 1983
It Gets Better
Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) John Scofield (guitar) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Tom Barney (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion)
"Cullen Auditorium", University Of Houston, Houston, TX, February 3, 1983
Speak

Miles Davis - Forum, N.Y. 12/31/'82  (Jazz Masters (G) JM 024)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) John Scofield (guitar) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion)
"Felt Forum", NYC, December 31, 1982
Come Get It
It Gets Better
U 'N' I
Star On Cicely
Star People
Hopscotch
Jean Pierre

1983

Miles Davis - In The West  (Jazz Masters (G) JM 022/23)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) John Scofield (guitar) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Tom Barney (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion)
"Festival Hall", Osaka, Japan, May 25, 1983
Come Get It
Star People
Speak
Ti Gets Better
Hopscotch
Star On Cicely
Jean Pierre
same personnel
"Festival Hall", Osaka, Japan, May 26, 1983
Come Get It
Star People
Speak
Ti Gets Better
Hopscotch
Star On Cicely

Miles Davis - Atmosphere  (Four Beat Sounds (It) FBMD 83058/59)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) John Scofield (guitar) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Tom Barney (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion): same personnel
"Yomiuri Land, Open Theater East", Tokyo, Japan, May 29, 1983
Come Get It
Star People
Speak
It Gets Better
Hopscotch
Star On Cicely
Jean Pierre

Miles Davis - Decoy  (Columbia FC 38991)

Miles Davis (synthesizer) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion)
A&R Recording Studio, NYC, June 30, 1983
Freaky Deaky
Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) John Scofield (guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion)
"Theatre St. Denis", Montreal, Canada, July 7, 1983
What It Is
That's What Happened
Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Robert Irving (synthesizer) Mino Cinelu (percussion)
The Record Plant, NYC, September 5, 1983
Robot 415
Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Branford Marsalis (soprano saxophone) Robert Irving (synthesizer) John Scofield (guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion) Gil Evans (arranger -3)
The Record Plant, NYC, September 10, 1983
1.Decoy
2.Code M.D.
3.That's Right

Miles Davis In Warsaw '83  (Poli Jazz (Polish) PSJ X 001)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone, flute) Robert Irving (synthesizer) John Scofield (guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Mino Cinelu (percussion)
television broadcast, "Sala Kongresowa", Warsaw, Poland, October 23, 1983
Speak
Star People
What It Is
Blues
Star On Cicely
Code M.D. (incomplete)

1984

Miles Davis - You're Under Arrest  (Columbia FC 40023)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Robert Irving (synthesizer) John Scofield (guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Steve Thornton (percussion) Gil Evans (arranger)
The Record Plant, NYC, January 26, 1984
XSS173248Time After Time
Miles Davis (trumpet, voice -1, trumpet -2/5) Bob Berg (tenor, soprano saxophone) Robert Irving (synthesizer) John Scofield (guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Al Foster, Vincent Wilburn (drums) Steve Thornton (percussion, voice -1, percussion -2/5) James Prindiville (handcuffs -1) Marek Olko, Sting (voice -1)
The Record Plant, NYC, December 26 & 27, 1984
1.One Phone Call / Street Scenes
2.Human Nature
3.MD 1 / Something's On Your Mind / MD 2
4.You're Under Arrest
5.Jean Pierre / You're Under Arrest / Then There Were None
Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Robert Irving (synthesizer) John McLaughlin (guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Steve Thornton (percussion)
The Record Plant, NYC, January 10-14, 1985
Ms. Morrisine
Katia Prelude
Katia

Miles Davis - This Is Miles!, Vol. 2: Electric Side  (Sony (J) SRCS 6842)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Robert Irving (synthesizer) John Scofield (guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Al Foster (drums) Steve Thornton (percussion) Gil Evans (arranger)
The Record Plant, NYC, January 26, 1984
Time After Time (long version)

1985

Miles Davis - Aura  (Columbia C2X 45332)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Palle Bolvig, Perry Knuden, Benny Rosenfeld, Idrees Sulieman, Jens Winther (trumpet, flugelhorn) Jens Engel, Ture Larsen, Vincent Nilsson (trombone) Ole Kurt Jensen (bass trombone) Axel Windfeld (bass trombone, tuba) Niels Eje (oboe, English horn) Per Carsten, Bent Jaedig, Uffe Karskov, Flemming Madsen, Jesper Thilo (saxophones, flute) Lillian Thornquist (harp) Thomas Clausen, Kenneth Knudsen, Ole Koch-Hansen (keyboards) John McLaughlin (guitar) Bjarne Roupe (electric guitar) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) Bo Stief (electric bass) Lennart Gruvstedt (drums) Vincent Wilburn (electric drums) Marilyn Mazur, Ethan Weisgaard (percussion) Eva Hess Thaysen (voice) Palle Mikkelborg (arranger, conductor, trumpet)
Easy Sound Studios, Copenhagen, Denmark, January 31-February 4, 1985
Intro
White
Yellow
Orange
Red
Green
Blue
Electric Red
Indigo
Violet

Miles Davis - Miles Under Arrest: Live 1985  (Gema)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Bob Berg (tenor, soprano saxophone) Robert Irving (synthesizer) John Scofield (guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Steve Thornton (percussion)
"Theatre St. Denis", Montreal, Canada, June 28, 1985
One Phone Call / Street Scenes
Speak
Human Nature
Something's On Your Mind
Time After Time
Code M.D.
Jean Pierre

Miles Davis - Human Nature  (Jazz File (It) JF 1001)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Bob Berg (tenor, soprano saxophone) Robert Irving (synthesizer) John Scofield (guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Steve Thornton (percussion): same personnel
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 14, 1985
Maze
Human Nature
Ms. Morrisine / You're Under Arrest / Katia
Hopscotch
You're Under Arrest
Pacific Express
Decoy

Miles Davis - King Of Priests  (Tiki Records (It) TR 02)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Bob Berg (tenor, soprano saxophone) Robert Irving (synthesizer) John Scofield (guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Steve Thornton (percussion): same personnel
Arenes De Cimiez, France, July 17, 1985
Decoy
Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Bob Berg (tenor, soprano saxophone) Adam Holzman, Robert Irving (synthesizer) Robben Ford, Carlos Santana (electric guitar) Felton Crews (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Steve Thornton (percussion)
"Giants Stadium", East Rutherford, NJ, June 15, 1986
Burn
omit Santana
Los Angeles, CA, August 14, 1986
Tomaas (rehearsal)
Perfect Way (rehearsal)
same personnel
Chautauqua, NYC, August 27, 1986
Full Nelson
Don't Lose Your Mind

Miles Davis - Pacific Express  (Jazz Masters (G) JM 019/20)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Bob Berg (tenor, soprano saxophone) Robert Irving (synthesizer) John Scofield (guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Steve Thornton (percussion)
"Yomiuri Land, Open Theater East", Tokyo, Japan, July 28, 1985
One Phone Call / Street Scenes
Speak
Star People
Maze
Human Nature
Something's On Your Mind
Time After Time
Ms. Morrisine
Code M.D.
Pacific Express
Katia

Various Artists - Sun City  (Manhattan MHS 91149)

Miles Davis (trumpet, voice) Ray Barretto, Kurtis Blow, Duke Bootee, The Fat Boys, Peter Garrett, Melle Mel, Sonny Okosuns, Scorpio And The Malopoets, Gil Scott-Heron, Peter Wolf, Big Youth (voice) and others
NYC, early September, 1985
Let Me See Your I.D.
Sun City
Miles Davis (trumpet) Herbie Hancock (piano) Richard Scher (keyboards) Stanley Jordan (electric guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Tony Williams (drums) Sonny Okosuns (talking drum)
The Struggle Continues

Various Artists - Sun City (12 inch maxi single)  (Manhattan S14 123)

Miles Davis (trumpet, voice) Ray Barretto, Kurtis Blow, Duke Bootee, The Fat Boys, Peter Garrett, Melle Mel, Sonny Okosuns, Scorpio And The Malopoets, Gil Scott-Heron, Peter Wolf, Big Youth (voice) and others
NYC, early September, 1985
Sun City (last remix version)

Miles Davis - Unissued '85  (On Stage CD/ON 2230)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Bob Berg (tenor, soprano saxophone, keyboards) Adam Holzman, Robert Irving (keyboards, synthesizer) Mike Stern (electric guitar) Angus Thomas (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Marilyn Mazur, Steve Thornton (percussion)
"Falkonercentret", Copenhagen, Denmark, October 28, 1985
One Phone Call
Speak / Street Scenes
That's What Happened
Star People
Maze
Human Nature
Something's On Your Mind
Time After Time
Ms. Morrisine
Code M.D.
Pacific Express
Burn
Stronger Than Before
Hopscotch
Rubberband
Jean Pierre / Then There Were None
Decoy

1986 (age 60)

TOTO - Fahrenheit  (Columbia FC 40273)

Miles Davis (trumpet) David Sanborn (alto saxophone) David Paich, Steve Porcaro (keyboards) Steve Lukather (electric guitar) Michael Porcaro (electric bass) Jeff Porcaro (drums, percussion) Joe Porcaro (percussion)
Tustin, CA, early 1986
Don't Stop Me Now

Miles Davis - Tutu  (Warner Bros. 25490)

Miles Davis (trumpet) George Duke (various instruments) Marcus Miller (electric bass, synthesizer programs) Paulinho Da Costa (percussion)
Los Angeles, CA, February 6, 1986
ECA004109Backyard Ritual
Miles Davis (trumpet) Adam Holzman (synthesizer) Marcus Miller (various instruments) Paulinho Da Costa, Steve Reid (percussion)
Los Angeles, CA, February 10, 1986
ECA003812Splatch
Miles Davis (trumpet) Marcus Miller (various instruments) Paulinho Da Costa (percussion)
Los Angeles, CA, February 11, 1986
ECA003813Tutu
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA, February 13, 1986
ECA003814Portia
Miles Davis (trumpet) Michal Urbaniak (electric violin) Bernard Wright (synthesizer) Marcus Miller (various instruments) Omar Hakim (drums, percussion)
Los Angeles, CA, March 12, 1986
ENY003998Tomaas
ENY003999Perfect Way
ENY003400Don't Lose Your Mind
ENY004001Full Nelson

Miles Davis - Backyard Ritual  (Warner Bros. 0-20717)

Miles Davis (trumpet) George Duke (various instruments) Marcus Miller (electric bass, synthesizer programs) Paulinho Da Costa (percussion)
Los Angeles, CA, February 6, 1986
ECA004109Backyard Ritual (extended version)
-Backyard Ritual (7" edit)

Prince - Crucial  (H.T.B. Entertainment Group CD 038001)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Eric Leeds (tenor, baritone saxophone) Adam Holzman (synthesizer) Prince (electric guitar, keyboards, vocals) Marcus Miller (electric bass)
Los Angeles, CA, March 1, 1986
ECA004110Red Riding Hood (Can I Play With U)
Crucial Love
Fantastic
The H Man (Amandla)

Miles Davis - Full Nelson (12 inch maxi single)  (Warner Bros. PRO-A-2684)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Michal Urbaniak (electric violin) Bernard Wright (synthesizer) Marcus Miller (various instruments) Omar Hakim (drums, percussion)
Los Angeles, CA, March 12, 1986
Full Nelson (extended version)
Full Nelson (edited version)

Miles Davis - Social Music  (Tiki Records (It) TR 01)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Bob Berg (tenor, soprano saxophone) Adam Holzman, Robert Irving (synthesizer) Robben Ford (electric guitar) Felton Crews (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Marilyn Mazur, Steve Thornton (percussion)
"Beacon Theater", NYC, April 6, 1986
One Phone Call / Street Scenes / Speak
Star People
Maze, Part 1
Maze, Part 2
Human Nature
Portia
Splatch
Time After Time
Carnival Time
Tutu
Tomaas

Miles Davis - Maze  (Lunch For Your Ears (E) LFYE 008/09)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Bob Berg (tenor, soprano saxophone) Adam Holzman, Robert Irving (synthesizer) Robben Ford (electric guitar) Felton Crews (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Steve Thornton (percussion)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 17, 1986
One Phone Call / Street Scenes
Speak
Star People
Maze
Human Nature
Wrinkle
same personnel
"Parco Della Naiada", Italy, July 27, 1986
Speak
Star People
Maze
Pertia
Hopscotch

Miles Davis - Time After Time  (Tiki Records (It) TR 03)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) David Sanborn (alto saxophone -6/8) Bob Berg (tenor, soprano saxophone) Adam Holzman, Robert Irving (synthesizer) George Duke (synthesizer -1,2) Robben Ford (electric guitar) Felton Crews (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Steve Thornton (percussion)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 17, 1986
1.Tutu
2.Splatch
3.Time After Time
4.Al Jarreau
5.Carnival Time
6.Burn
7.Pertia
8.Jean Pierre

Miles Davis - Street Scenes  (Lunch For Your Ears (E) LFYE 010/11)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Bob Berg (tenor, soprano saxophone) Adam Holzman, Robert Irving (synthesizer) Garth Webber (electric guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Steve Thornton (percussion)
3-Kanal RTS television broadcast, "Sava Center", Belgrade, Yugoslavia, October 26, 1986
One Phone Call / Street Scenes
Speak
Star People
Perfect Way
Human Nature
Wrinkle
Tutu
Splatch
Time After Time
Tomaas
Full Nelson
Carnival Time
Burn
Maze
Portia
same personnel
"Fabrik", Hamburg, West Germany, October 27, 1986
One Phone Call / Street Scenes
Speak
Star People
same personnel
"Le Zenith", Paris, France, November 4, 1986
Speak
Star People

Miles Davis - High-Energy - Rhythm Attack  (M.D. 86)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Bob Berg (tenor, soprano saxophone) Adam Holzman, Robert Irving (synthesizer) Garth Webber (electric guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Vincent Wilburn (drums) Steve Thornton (percussion): same personnel
"Fabrik", Hamburg, West Germany, October 27, 1986
Full Nelson
Carnival Time
Tomaas
Burn
Maze
Portia
** also issued on Prime Of Rarities (It) PRCD 1002 entitled "The Scarlet Letter, Act 2".

1987

Miles Davis/Marcus Miller - Siesta  (Warner Bros. 25655)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Jason Miles (synthesizer programs) Marcus Miller (various instruments) John Scofield (guitar -1) Omar Hakim (drums -1)
Sigma Sound Studios, NYC, January, 1987
1. FNY004311-1Siesta
2. FNY004311-2Kitt's Kiss
3. FNY004311-3Lost In Madrid, Part 2
4. FNY004312-1Theme For Augustine
5. FNY004312-2Wind
6. FNY004312-3Seduction
7. FNY004312-4Kiss
Miles Davis (trumpet) James Walker (flute) Jason Miles (synthesizer programs) Marcus Miller (various instruments) Earl Klugh, John Scofield (guitar) Omar Hakim (drums)
NYC, January-March, 1987
Afterglow
Conchita / Lament
Lost In Madrid, Part 3
Submission
omit Scofield, Hakim
Amigos Studios, Los Angeles, CA, March, 1987
FCA004728Lost In Madrid, Part 1
FCA004731Lost In Madrid, Part 4 / Rat Dance / The Call
FCA004732Claire / Lost In Madrid, Part 5
FCA004734Los Feliz

Miles Davis - Greek Theatre '88  (Jazz Masters (G) JM 004/05)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone, flute) Adam Holzman, Robert Irving (synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Rudy Bird (percussion)
"Sardine's", Oslo, Norway, October 27, 1987
Perfect Way
The Senate / Me And You
Human Nature
Wrinkle / Burn
Jean Pierre
Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Kenny Garrett (soprano, alto saxophone, flute) Adam Holzman, Robert Irving (synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Benny Rietveld (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Marilyn Mazur (percussion)
"Greek Theatre", Los Angeles, CA, August 13, 1988
Perfect Way
Star People
Human Nature
Tutu
Time After Time
Splatch
The Senate / Me And You

Miles Davis - Scrooged (Soundtrack)  (A&M SP-3291)

Miles Davis (trumpet) David Sanborn (alto saxophone) Paul Shaffer (keyboards) Marcus Miller (various instruments) Larry Carlton (electric guitar)
NYC, early December, 1987
We Three Kings Of Orient Are

Miles Davis - Antwerp Agitation  (no label no number)

Miles Davis (trumpet) David Sanborn (alto saxophone) Paul Shaffer (keyboards) Sid McGinnis (electric guitar) Will Lee, Marcus Miller (electric bass) Anton Fig (drums)
television broadcast, "Late Night With David Letterman", ABC TV Studios, NYC, December 11, 1987
We Three Kings Of Orient Are

Prince - Grosse Freiheit 36: Driving To Midnight Mess  (Savarage)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Prince (electric guitar, vocals) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) and others
Paisley Park Studios, Minneapolis, December 31, 1987
It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night

Scritti Politti - Oh, Patti  (Virgin VST 1006)

Miles Davis (trumpet) David Gamson (keyboards) Dan Huff (electric guitar) Rory Dodd, Eric Troyer (electric bass) Fred Maher (drums) Green Gartside (vocals)
Minot Sound Studios, White Plains, NY, December, 1987
Oh, Patti
Oh, Patti (12 inch version)
Oh, Patti (instrumental)

1988

Cameo - Machismo  (Mercury 836 002-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone) Larry Blackmon (electric bass, drums, percussion, vocals) Tomi Jenkins, Nathan Leftenant (vocals) and others
early 1988
In The Night

Miles Davis In Concert '88, Part 1  (Jazz Concert (It) MDCD 101)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Kenny Garrett (soprano, alto saxophone, flute) Adam Holzman, Robert Irving (synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Rudy Bird (percussion)
Miramas, France, February 16, 1988
In A Silent Way / Intruder
Star People
One Phone Call / Street Scenes / Speak
Perfect Way
The Senate / Me And You

Miles Davis In Concert '88, Part 2  (Jazz Concert (It) MDCD 102)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Kenny Garrett (soprano, alto saxophone, flute) Adam Holzman, Robert Irving (synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Rudy Bird (percussion): same session
Miramas, France, February 16, 1988
Tutu
Movie Star
Splatch
Time After Time
Wayne's Tune
Full Nelson

Chaka Khan - C.K.  (Warner Bros. 25707)

Atlanta Bliss (trumpet -1) Miles Davis (trumpet, voice -1, trumpet -2) Eric Leeds (saxophones -1) Margaret Ross (harp -2) Dave Grusin (piano, arranger -2) Rob Mounsey (synthesizer -2) Prince (various instruments -1) John Tropea (electric guitar -2) Marcus Miller (electric bass -2) Steve Ferrone (drums -2) Chaka Khan (vocals) Ettore Stratta (conductor -2)
The Hit Factory, NYC, June 29, 1988
1.Sticky Wicked
2.I'll Be Around

Miles Davis - The Scarlet Letter, Act 1  (Prime Of Rarities (It) PRCD 1001)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Kenny Garrett (soprano, alto saxophone, flute) Adam Holzman, Robert Irving (synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Benny Rietveld (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Marilyn Mazur (percussion)
television broadcast, "Liederhalle", Stuttgart, West Germany, July 11, 1988
In A Silent Way
Intruder
Star People
Perfect Way
The Senate / Me And You
Tutu

Miles Davis - Live Around The World  (Warner Bros. (J) WPCR 0443)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Kenny Garrett (soprano, alto saxophone, flute) Adam Holzman, Robert Irving (synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Benny Rietveld (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Marilyn Mazur (percussion): same personnel
"Expo. Park", Osaka, Japan, August 7, 1988
Full Nelson
same personnel
"Greek Theatre", Los Angeles, CA, August 14, 1988
New Blues
Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone) Joey DeFrancesco, Adam Holzman (keyboards) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Benny Rietveld (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Marilyn Mazur (percussion)
"Liebenauer Eishalle", Austria, November 1, 1988
Human Nature
Davis plays (trumpet)
"Indigo Blues Club", NYC, December 17, 1988
In A Silent Way
Intruder
Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (flute) Kei Akagi, Adam Holzman (keyboards) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Benny Rietveld (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Munyungo Jackson (percussion)
"Chicago Theater", Chicago, IL, June 5, 1989
Time After Time
Rick Margitza (tenor saxophone) replaces Garrett
Pallazo Della Civita, "The Steps", Rome, Italy, July 26, 1989
Amandla
Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone, flute) Kei Akagi (keyboards) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Richard Patterson (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Erin Davis (electric percussion)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 20, 1990
Wrinkle
Tutu
Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone) Deron Johnson (keyboards) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Richard Patterson (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums)
"Hollywood Bowl", Los Angeles, CA, August 25, 1991
Hannibal

Miles Davis In Warsaw '88  (Poli Jazz (Polish) PSJ X 003)

Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) Kenny Garrett (soprano, alto saxophone, flute) Joey DeFrancesco, Adam Holzman (synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Benny Rietveld (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Marilyn Mazur (percussion)
television broadcast, "Sala Kongresowa", Warsaw, Poland, 2nd concert, October 30, 1988
In A Silent Way / Intruder
Star People
Perfect Way
The Senate / Me And You
Wrinkle
Tutu

Miles Davis - Amandla  (Warner Bros. 25873)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (soprano saxophone) Marcus Miller (electric bass, keyboards, drums, electric guitar) Don Alias, Mino Cinelu (percussion)
Clinton Recording Studios, NYC, late December, 1988
FNY004766Catembe
Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone) Jean-Paul Bourelly (electric guitar) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Marcus Miller (electric bass, keyboards, bass clarinet, soprano saxophone) Ricky Wellman (drums) Don Alias (percussion)
FNY004767Big Time
Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Marcus Miller (electric bass, keyboards, bass clarinet, electric guitar) Omar Hakim (drums) Paulinho Da Costa (percussion)
FNY004768Hannibal
Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone) Rick Margitza (tenor saxophone) Jean-Paul Bourelly (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass, keyboards) Paulinho Da Costa (percussion)
FNY004769Jo-Jo
Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone) Joe Sample (piano) Steve Khan (guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass, keyboards) Omar Hakim (drums) Don Alias, Bashiri Johnson (percussion)
FNY004770Amandla
Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (soprano saxophone) Joey DeFrancesco (keyboards) George Duke (keyboards, synclavier) Michael Landau (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass, keyboards, bass clarinet)
LeGonks West Studios, Los Angeles, CA, early 1989
GCA005667Cobra
Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone) Billy Patterson (electric guitar) John Bigham (electric guitar, keyboards, drum programs) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Marcus Miller (electric bass, keyboards, electric guitar, bass clarinet) Ricky Wellman (drums)
Right Track Recording, NYC, early 1989
GNY004771Jilli
Miles Davis (trumpet) Jason Miller (synthesizer programs) Marcus Miller (electric bass, keyboards, bass clarinet) Al Foster (drums)
GNY004772Mr. Pastorius

1989

Marcus Miller - The Sun Don't Lie  (PRA 60201-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Sal Marquez (additional trumpet) Jason Miles (sound programs) Vernon Reid (electric guitar) Marcus Miller (electric bass, keyboards, electric guitar, drum programs) William Calhoun (drums)
Right Track Recording, NYC, NYC, Hollywood, CA & London, England, early 1989, 1993
Rampage
** also issued on PRA (J) VICJ-5042; Dreyfus Jazz (F) FDM 36560-2.

Kenny Garrett - Prisoner Of Love  (Atlantic 7 82046-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone, keyboards, drums, percussion, whistle) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Rudy Bird, Mino Cinelu (percussion) Katrina Anderson, Bonnie Bozman, Chananja Bryan, Mia Dean, Mikel Dean, Mysheerah Durant, Akira Frierson, Myisha Hollaway, Noel John, Eric Myers, Cie Romeo, Ikeda Romeo, Akelier Soogrim, Duane Thomas (vocals)
NYC, early 1989
Free Mandela
Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (soprano saxophone, keyboards, synthesizer bass) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Rudy Bird, Mino Cinelu (percussion)
Big Ol' Head

Quincy Jones - Back On The Block  (Warner Bros. 26020)

Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) James Moody (tenor saxophone) Joe Zawinul (synthesizer) George Benson (guitar) Bill Summers (percussion) Kool Moe Dee, Ella Fitzgerald, Big Daddy Kane, Sarah Vaughan (vocals) Pee Wee Marquette (announcer)
Los Angeles, CA, early 1989
Jazz Corner Of The World
Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Gary Grant, Jerry Hey (trumpet) Bill Reichenbach (trombone) James Moody, Larry Williams (saxophones) Ian Prince, Larry Williams (keyboards) Michael Boddicker, Michael Casey Young (synthesizer programs) George Benson (guitar) Nathan East (electric bass) Quincy Jones, Rod Temperton, Ian Underwood (handclaps) Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan (vocals)
Birdland

Miles Davis - Time After Time  (Jazz Door (G) JD 1256/57)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone, flute) Kei Akagi (keyboards) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Benny Rietveld (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) John Bigham (percussion)
"Domaine De Grammond", France, April 12, 1989
Jilli
Hannibal
Intruder
Star People
Perfect Way
Mr. Pastorius
Human Nature
Tutu
Time After Time
Full Nelson
Me And You
Carnival Time

LXXV. Miles Davis Band - Live Tutu  (The Golden Age Of Jazz (It) JZCD 375)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Rick Margitza (tenor saxophone) Kei Akagi, Adam Holzman (keyboards, synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Benny Rietveld (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Munyungo Jackson (percussion)
television broadcast, "Giardini Del Frontone", Italy, July 14, 1989
Human Nature
The Senate / Me And You
Jo-Jo
Tutu

Miles Davis - Miles In Montreux  (Jazz Door (G) JD 1235)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Rick Margitza (tenor saxophone) Kei Akagi, Adam Holzman (keyboards, synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Benny Rietveld (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Munyungo Jackson (percussion) Chaka Khan (vocals -4)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 21, 1989
1.Intruder
2.Perfect Way
3.Hannibal
4.Human Nature
5.Mr. Pastorius
6.Tutu
7.Jilli
8.Jo-Jo
9.Amandla
10.The Senate / Me And You

Miles Davis - Live At Montreux Jazz Festival  (Jazz Door (G) JD 1287/88)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Rick Margitza (tenor saxophone) Kei Akagi, Adam Holzman (keyboards, synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Benny Rietveld (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Munyungo Jackson (percussion)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 21, 1989
Star People
Time After Time
Wrinkle
Portia

Miles Davis - Miles In Paris  (Four Aces FAR 006)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone, flute) Kei Akagi (keyboards, synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Benny Rietveld (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) John Bigham (percussion)
"Le Zenith", Paris, France, November 3, 1989
Hannibal
Jilli
Don't Stop Me Now
Wrinkle
Mr. Pastorius
Human Nature
Star People
Amandla
Tutu

1990

Miles Davis - King Of Trumpets  (Flashback 07.93.0211)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone, flute) Kei Akagi (keyboards, synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Benny Rietveld (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) John Bigham (percussion)
"Massey Hall", Toronto, Canada, February 13, 1990
Jo-Jo
Tutu
Wrinkle
Human Nature
Little Davis
Jilli

Miles Davis/Michel Legrand - Dingo  (Warner Bros. 26438-2)

Oscar Brashear, Ray Brown, Chuck Findley, George Graham, Nolan Smith (trumpet) Miles Davis (trumpet, synthesizer) George Bohanon, Jimmy Cleveland, Thurman Green, Lew McGreary, Dick Nash (trombone) Vince DeRosa, David Duke, Marnie Johnson, Richard Todd (French horn) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone) Buddy Collette, Bill Green, Jackie Kelso, Marty Krystall, Charles Owens, John Stephens (woodwinds) Kei Akagi, Alan Oldfield (keyboards) Mark Rivett (electric guitar) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Abe Laboriel, Benny Rietveld (electric bass) John Bigham, Harvey Mason, Alphonse Mouzon, Ricky Wellman (drums, percussion) Michel Legrand (arranger, conductor, keyboards)
Crystal Studios, Los Angeles, CA, early March, 1990
KCA008140The Arrival
KCA008141Concert On The Runway
KCA008142The Depature
KCA008145Trumpet Cleaning
KCA008146The Dream
KCA008148Paris Walking II
KCA008150The Music Room
KCA008152The Jam Session
KCA008153Goin' Home

Miles Davis - The Hot Spot (Soundtrack)  (Antilles 442 846 813-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Bradford Ellis (keyboards -1,2,8) John Lee Hooker (guitar, vocals -1,2,4/7) Taj Mahal (guitar, vocals -3,4,6,7) Roy Rogers (slide guitar -1/7) Tim Drummond (bass -1/7) Earl Palmer (drums -1/3,6,7)
Ocean Way Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA, May 5-10, 1990
1.Coming To Town
2.Murder
3.Empty Bank
4.Harry And Dolly
5.Sawmill
6.Bank Robbery
7.End Credits
8.Gloria's Story

Paolo Rustichelli - Capri  (Verve-Forecast 314 517 206-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Paolo Rustichelli (wave frame, audio frame, keyboards)
Rustichelli's Home Studios, Rome, Italy, June, 1990
Capri
Capri (reprise)

Paolo Rustichelli - Mystic Man  (Island/Guts & Grace 161 531 065-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Paolo Rustichelli (keyboards, voice) Carlos Santana (electric guitar) Brenda Lee Egar, Mario Leonardi (voice)
Rustichelli's Home Studios, Rome, Italy, June, 1990
Kyrie
Get On
Wild Tribes
Wild Tribes (alt. take)
Rastafario
Love Devine

Miles Davis - Sing In Singen  (Regency REG 027)

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone, flute) Kei Akagi (keyboards, synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Richard Patterson (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums) Erin Davis (percussion)
Singen, West Germany, July 14, 1990
New Blues
Hannibal
The Senate / Me And You
Jilli
Human Nature
In The Night
Wrinkle
Tutu

Shirley Horn - You Won't Forget Me  (Verve 847 482-2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Shirley Horn (piano, vocals) Charles Ables (bass) Steve Williams (drums)
Clinton Recording Studios, NYC, August 13, 1990
You Won't Forget Me

1991 (aged 65)

Miles Davis - Doo-Bop  (Warner Bros. 9 26938-1)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone) Deron Johnson (keyboards) Easy Mo Bee (programs, samples, rap) Rappin' (vocals) J.R., A.B. Money (rap)
NYC, January-February, 1991
Mystery
The Doo-Bop Song
Chocolate Chip
High Speed Chase
Blow
Sonya
Fantasy
Duke Booty
Mystery (Reprise)
** also issued on Warner Bros. 9 26938-2.

Miles Davis - The Doo-Bop Song EP  (Warner Bros. (J) WPCP-5066)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone) Deron Johnson (keyboards) Easy Mo Bee (programs, samples, rap) Rappin' (vocals) J.R., A.B. Money (rap): same session
NYC, January-February, 1991
The Doo Bop Song (Extended Version)
The Doo Bop Song (Extended Instrumental)
The Doo Bop Song (Edit With Rap)
The Doo Bop Song (Edit Without Rap)
The Doo Bop Song (Jazz Instrumental Edit)
Blow (Shadowzone Extended Club Mix)
Blow (New Orleans Hip-Hop Remix)
Blow (Miles Alone)
Blow (Extended Mix)
Blow (R&B Mix)
Blow (New Orleans Hip-Hop Edit)
Blow (Album Version Without Rap)

Miles Davis - Miles And Quincy Live At Montreux  (Warner Bros. 2 45221)

Miles Davis, Miles Evans, Lew Soloff (trumpet) Benny Bailey, John D'Earth, Wallace Roney, Manfred Schoof, Marvin Stamm, Ack Van Rooyen, Jack Walrath (trumpet, flugelhorn) Roland Dahinden, Conrad Herwig, Tom Malone (trombone) Dave Bargeron, Earl McIntyre (trombone, euphonium) David Taylor (bass trombone) Alex Brofsky, John Clark, Claudio Pontiggia, Tom Varner (French horn) Howard Johnson (tuba, baritone saxophone) Anne O'Brien (flute) Julian Cawdry (flute, alto flute, piccolo) Alex Foster (flute, alto, soprano saxophone) Xavier Duss, Dave Seghezzo, Judith Wenziker, Tilman Zahn (oboe) Reiner Erb, Christian Rabe (bassoon) Michael Weber (clarinet) Larry Schneider (clarinet, flute, oboe, tenor saxophone) Bob Malach (clarinet, flute, tenor saxophone) Christian Gavillet (bass clarinet, clarinet) Roger Rosenberg (bass clarinet, baritone saxophone) Kenny Garrett, Sal Giorgianni (alto saxophone) Jerry Bergonzi (tenor saxophone) George Adams (tenor saxophone, flute) Xenia Schindler (harp) George Gruntz (piano) Delmar Brown, Gil Goldstein (keyboards) Carlos Benavent, Mike Richmond (bass) Grady Tate (drums) Kenwood Dennard, John Riley (drums, percussion) Quincy Jones (conductor)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 8, 1991
Boplicity
Springsville
Maids Of Cadiz
The Duke
My Ship
Miles Ahead
Blues For Pablo
Gone
Gone, Gone, Gone
Summertime
Here Come De Honey Man
The Pan Piper
Solea

Miles Davis - Black Devil  (Beech Marten (It) BM 053/2)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone) Deron Johnson (synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Richard Patterson (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums)
"La Grande Halle De La Villette", Paris, France, July 10, 1991
Perfect Way
New Blues
Human Nature
Penetration
Wrinkle
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bill Evans (soprano, tenor saxophone) Steve Grossman (tenor saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) Dave Holland (bass) Al Foster (drums)
All Blues
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) Joe Zawinul (synthesizer) Richard Patterson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums)
In A Silent Way / It's About That Time
Miles Davis (trumpet) Deron Johnson (synthesizer) John McLaughlin, John Scofield (guitar) Darryl Jones (electric bass) Ricky Wellman (drums)
Katia
Miles Davis (trumpet) Jackie McLean (alto saxophone) Steve Grossman (tenor saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) Dave Holland (bass) Al Foster (drums)
Out Of The Blue / Dig
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bill Evans (soprano saxophone) Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone) Herbie Hancock (keyboards) Deron Johnson (synthesizer) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Richard Patterson (electric bass) Al Foster (drums)
Watermelon Man
Miles Davis (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) Dave Holland (bass) Al Foster (drums)
Footprints
Miles Davis (trumpet) Bill Evans (soprano saxophone) Kenny Garrett, Jackie McLean (alto saxophone) Steve Grossman (tenor saxophone) Chick Corea (electric piano) Deron Johnson (synthesizer) John McLaughlin, John Scofield (guitar) Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead bass) Dave Holland (bass) Darryl Jones, Richard Patterson (electric bass) Al Foster, Ricky Wellman (drums)
Jean Pierre