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Miles Davis takes his Quintet to Oslo (1971)

November 9, 1971 – the Miles Davis Quintet – that is Miles Davis (tp), Gary Bartz (s), Keith Jarrett (p), MICHAEL HENDERSON (b), Leon “Ndugu” Chancler (d), Don Alias (cga, perc), James Mtume (perc) – performs at Chateau Neuf in Oslo, Norway

Quincy Jones releases ‘Q’s Jook Joint,’ an album featuring…

Quincy Jones’ ‘Q’s Jook Joint’ is an album (his first in six years) released on November 7, 1995 by Qwest. Track Listing : 1.Jook Joint Intro (Quincy Jones) – 01:32 . 2.Let The Good Times Roll (Fleecie Moore, Sam Theard) – 02:55 . 3.Cool Joe, Mean Joe (Killer Joe) (Benny Golson, Quincy Jones, Queen Latifah) […]

The Miles Davis Group meets in Berlin (1971)

November 6, 1971 – the Miles Davis Group – that is Miles Davis (t), Gary Bartz (s), Keith Jarrett (ep), MICHAEL HENDERSON (eb), Leon “Ndugu” Chancler (d), Don Alias (p), James Mtume (p) – performs at the Berlin Jazz Festival in West Berlin

Columbia publish Miles Davis album : ‘E.S.P.’ recorded with Wayne…

Miles Davis ‘E.S.P.’ is the first album recorded with his second great quintet featuring Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams and released in November 1965 by Columbia. Track Listing : 1.E.S.P. (Wayne Shorter) – 05:27 . 2.Eighty-One (Ron Carter, Miles Davis) – 06:11 . 3.Little One (Herbie Hancock) – 07:21 . 4.R.J. […]

Miles Davis rocks Vienna (1973)

November 3, 1973 – Miles Davis plays with Dave Liebman (ss, ts, fl), Pete Cosey (g, perc), Reggie Lucas (g), MICHAEL HENDERSON (el-b), Al Foster (d) and James Mtume Foreman (cga, perc) at at the Stadthalle in Vienna, Austria

Miles Davis presents his new quintet in London (1969)

November 2, 1969 – Miles Davis presents his brand new quintet – Wayne Shorter (s), Chick Corea (ep), Dave Holland (b) and Jack DeJohnette (d) – at the Ronnie Scott’s Club in London (UK). BBC television is due to film part of the set.

The Miles Davis Quintet performs in Stockholm (1967)

October 31, 1967 – the Miles Davis Quintet – that is Miles Davis (tp), Wayne Shorter (ts), Herbie Hancock (p), Ron Carter (b) and Tony Williams (d) – plays at the Konserthuset in Stockholm, Sweden The show will be taped by Sveriges Radio Television.

Miles Davis attends ‘Warsaw Jazz Jamboree’ (1988)

October 30, 1988 – Miles Davis with Kenny Garrett (as), Benny Rietveld (b), Foley (g), Ricky Wellman (d), Adam Holzman & Joey DeFrancesco (kb) and Marilyn Mazur (perc) perform two sets at the Sala Kongresowa in Warsaw, Poland for the “Jazz Jamboree”

Miles Davis takes his septet to Stockholm (1973)

October 27, 1973 – Miles Davis will share the stage with James “Mtume” Forman* (perc), Al Foster (d), Michael Henderson (el b), Reggie Lucas (g), Pete Cosey (g, perc) and Dave Liebman (s, fl) at Konserthuset in Stockholm, Sweden

Miles Davis brings his Octet to Belgrade (1986)

October 26, 1986 – the Miles Davis Octet – that is Miles Davis (tp), Garth Webber (g), Darryl Jones (b), Bob Berg (s), Adam Holzman (kb), Robert Irving (kb), Vincent Wilburn (d) and Steve Thorton (perc) – will be at 17th Belgrade Jazz Festival held at “Sava Center” hall in Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Prestige Records tape ‘Relaxin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet’…

‘Relaxin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet’ is an album recorded on May 11 & October 26, 1956 and featuring John Coltrane and released in 1957 by Prestige. Track Listing : 1.If I Were A Bell (Frank Loesser) – 08:15 . 2.You’Re My Everything (Harry Warren) – 05:18 . 3.I Could Write A Book (Richard Rodgers) […]

Prestige Records tape ‘Cookin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet’…

‘Cookin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet’ is an album recorded on October 26, 1956 and featuring John Coltrane and released in 1957 By Prestige. Track Listing : 1.My Funny Valentine (Richard Rodgers) – 06:04 . 2.Blues By Five (Red Garland) – 010:23 . 3.Airegin (Sonny Rollins) – 04:26 . 4.Tune Up/When Lights Are Low (Miles […]

Miles Davis records ‘Miles Smiles’ with Wayne Shorter, Herbie…

Miles Davis’ ‘Miles Smiles’ is an album recorded on October 24 & 25, 1966 with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams and released in January 1967 by Columbia. Track Listing : 1.Orbits (Wayne Shorter) – 04:37 . 2.Circle (Miles Davis) – 05:52 . 3.Footprints (Wayne Shorter) – 09:46 . 4.Dolores (Wayne Shorter) […]

Wes Montgomery records his fifth album : ‘Movin’ Along’ for…

Wes Montgomery’s ‘Movin’ Along’ is his fifth album recorded on October 12, 1960. Track Listing : 1.Movin’ Along (Wes Montgomery) – 05:40 . 2.Tune-Up (Miles Davis) – 04:27 . 3.I Don’T Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You (Victor Young, Ned Washington, Bing Crosby) – 05:02 . 4.Sandu (Clifford Brown) – 03:23 . 5.Body […]

Wes Montgomery records ‘Portrait of Wes’ for Riverside (1963)

Wes Montgomery’s ‘Portrait of Wes’ is his tenth album recorded on October 10, 1963 and released the same year by Riverside.. Track Listing : 1.Freddie The Freeloader (Miles Davis) – 05:14 . 2.Lolita (Barry Harris) – 06:32 . 3.Movin’ Along (Wes Montgomery) – 06:16 . 4.Dangerous (Wes Montgomery) – 07:03 . 5.Yesterday’S Child (Charles Deforest) […]