Miles Davis records ‘Round About Midnight’ with John Coltrane, Red Garland, Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones (1956)

Miles Davis‘ ‘Round About Midnight’ is an album recorded on October 26, 1955; June 5 and September 10, 1956 and released on March 18, 1957 by Columbia.


Miles Davis records ‘Round About Midnight’ with John Coltrane, Red Garland, Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones (1956)

Track listing . 1.’Round Midnight (Thelonious Monk, Cootie Williams) – 06:00 . 2.Ah-Leu-Cha (Charlie Parker) – 05:55 . 3.All of You (Cole Porter) – 07:05 . 4.Bye Bye Blackbird (Ray Henderson) – 07:59 . 5.Tadd’s Delight (Tadd Dameron) – 04:33 . 6.Dear Old Stockholm (Traditional, arranged by Stan Getz) – 07:55 . 7.Two Bass Hit (Dizzy Gillespie,John Lewis) – 03:47 . 8.Little Melonae (Jackie McLean) – 07:24 . 9.Budo (Miles Davis, Bud Powell) – 04:17 . 10.Sweet Sue, Just You ( Will J. Harris, Victor Young) – 03:39

Don Hunstein

Musicians : Miles Davis – Trumpet . John Coltrane – Tenor Saxophone . Red Garland – Piano . Paul Chambers – Bass . Philly Joe Jones – Drums

Production : Produced By George Avakian . Frank Laico – Engineer . Teo Macero – Mastering

Package : George Avakian – Liner Notes . Don Hunstein asterisques RVM – Photography . Aram Avakian – Photography . Dennis Stock – Photography

Recorded On October 26, 1955 At Columbia Studio D And June 5 And September 10, 1956 At Columbia’S 30Th Street Studio (New York, New York).

Released On March 18, 1956 By Columbia Jazz.

(Source Miles Davis – ‘Round About Midnight | Official Site)


Inevitably John Coltrane draws our attention now in a way he probably didn’t at the time. It is fascinating to hear this proto-Coltrane—on some numbers obviously the same musician who has most influenced modern tenor styles and on others just another good hard bop sax. […]

All About Jazz.
His signing to the mainstream Columbia label, in a gradual move away from the pure jazz niche of Prestige, carried significance far beyond the mere scope of business: it held the potential for the man with hornand the jazz idiom itself, to make significant inroads to the cultural mainstream. […]

The Guardian
The studio material also kicks off with the title track, this time featuring the trumpeter’s famous muted sound in slow, weaving counterpoint with Coltrane. […]


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