last week, i was listening to a lot of miles davis from 1966 & 1967. ok, i’ll admit it: with miles after around 1970, i don’t always get it. there. in any event, those were some great shows on my little ‘miles davis mid-sixties’ day, so here’s one of them. if i get ambitious, maybe another to come.
on the seed back in 2008 when i downloaded this, the seeder newplanet7 said
losin calls this an audience recording, but it sounds more like a board.
but actually losin describes it as a “soundboard recording (b-)”, which sounds right to me. i’m not listening on the worlds best sound system, but i’d have put it more like “soundboard (a-)”, myself.
i think that this was also bootlegged by a european label “sunburn recordings” at some point but hasn’t been officially released that i am aware.
miles davis quintet
oriental theatre, portland or
21 may 1966
miles davis (tpt)
wayne shorter (ts)
herbie hancock (p)
richard davis (b)
tony williams (d)
autumn leaves (j. prevert-j. mercer-j. kosma) 9:46
agitation (m. davis) (incomplete from start) 9:20
stella by starlight (n. washington-v. young) 10:35
gingerbread boy (j. heath) 11:40
no blues (m. davis) (incomplete) 9:28
all blues (m. davis) 9:41
who can i turn to? (l. bricusse-a. newley) 8:51
so what (m. davis)/the theme (m. davis) (with applause) 9:06
my funny valentine (r. rodgers-l. hart) 11:40
cassette ?gen -> nak dr-1 -> audiophile2496 – > soundforge -> wav -> flac
sample: d2 t2 who can i turn to.mp3