But a nagging question also hovers around each new deluxe set to come off the 21st Century assembly line: How long can the Feira De Mangaio - Paola Arnesano - Vince Abbracciante - MPB! last, before we get into the realm of record-company rehash? Unlike "Bootleg Series" sets that are more easily Tune In 5 - Miles Davis - At Newport 1955-1975 (The Bootleg Series Vol.
4) as essential, this four-disc volume strides through different decades of the Davis story. So at the outset, we get crisp, acoustic-instrument performances of tunes like "'Round Midnight", while at the far end of the box, we're delivered to the high-humidity atmospheres of the rock-tinged, experimental funk of Davis' s lineups. The set's connecting thread is the Newport Jazz Festival—the legendary, still-running summer concert stage that Davis first stepped onto in as a member of a brief "All-Star Jam" that included Thelonious Monk.
Later in that decade, Davis took a hard-bop sextet including John Coltrane and Bill Evans to Newport, not long before it went into the studio to cut Kind of Blue. Are these early Davis appearances at Newport classic?
Of course. Also to expect Miles Davis to get the same sort of treatment that Zeppelin and Crimson do. The estate seems to be more of a hindrance than a help, and Miles is only with us in spirit. And maybe more with us in spirit than with the estate! Frankly this one looks pretty good to me as I don't have any of this except the stuff on the old split LP. As much as I love Miles my interest drops precipitously during the electric period.
Regret Et Marche Nuptiale - Bouscatel*, Gueniffet* - Regret Et Marche Nuptiale / Le Cornemuseux (She have the original albums but have never gone in for the extra stuff.
Likewise I've only got the in it's first CD incarnation. I'm game for all periods of MIles. As long as they keep coherence and quality going I'll surely continue to go for these Bootleg sets.
Posted 2 May Slightly disappointing as so much of this is already out there. Nevertheless I can see myself getting this one. Posted 31 May Sign in. Tune In 5 - Miles Davis - At Newport 1955-1975 (The Bootleg Series Vol. 4) name and Last name.
First name only. Email address It will remain private. Yemen Yugoslavia Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe. Get Jazz Near You A weekly events guide. Verification code. Email address. Reset Password Now. We sent a confirmation message to. As with the previous Bootleg Series sets, many of the tracks on Miles Davis at Newport have been available either officially or unofficially in some configuration for decades.
Nonetheless, this collection does contain Jada - The Teifi Valley Jazzmen - Basin Street Blues / Cry Me A River / Jada / St.
James Infirmary B previously unreleased cuts, including an epic version of "Stella by Starlight. Captured just six weeks before the recording sessions for his landmark fusion album Bitches BrewDavis ' Newport date is a roiling, funky performance, marked by Chick Corea 's dewy Fender Rhodes and Jack DeJohnette 's whirlwind percussion. By this time, Tune In 5 - Miles Davis - At Newport 1955-1975 (The Bootleg Series Vol.
4) had eschewed the jazz standards-based lyricism of his appearance, favoring instead an open-ended, groove-oriented sound punctuated by the outward squelch of his horn. With Davis ' trumpet slathered in the sticky swell of his wah-wah pedal and his group featuring saxophonist Dave Liebman and others, including not one but two electric guitarists with Pete Cosey and Reggie Lucasthese performances mark the apotheosis of a creative journey that began at Newport two decades earlier.
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