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|November 15, 1959 (1 item; TT = 12:04)|
|Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York NY|
|Commercial for Columbia|
|Miles Davis with the Gil Evans Orchestra|
|Miles Davis (tpt, flh); Ernie Royal (tpt); Bernie Glow (tpt); Taft Jordan (tpt); Louis Mucci (tpt); Dick Hixon (tb); Frank Rehak (tb); Jimmy Buffington (frh); John Barrows (frh); Earl Chapin (frh); Jimmy McAllister (tuba); Al Block (fl); Eddie Caine (fl); Romeo Penque (oboe); Harold Feldman (oboe, cl); Danny Bank (bcl); Jack Knitzer (bssn); Janet Putnam (harp); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d); Elvin Jones (perc); Gil Evans (arr, cond)|
||Concierto de Aranjuez (part 1 (alternate take)) (J. Rodrigo)
1 Concierto de Aranjuez (part 1 (alternate take))
12" LP: Mosaic MQ11-164
CD: Columbia CK 65142, Columbia CXK 67397, Columbia CXK 90923, Sony SRCS 7945/50, Sony SICP 657/62, Sony SRCS 9705, Sony SRGS 4502, Sony SICP 817, Sony SICP 1207, Sony SICP 20054
Several studio sessions scheduled in late October and early November had to be canceled
because Davis had the flu.
According to the notes for Mosaic MQ11-164, "This was recorded in two segments and
is edited for continuous play."
The Davis Quintet was booked for three weeks at Birdland (November 5-25), but presumably
several of these dates were canceled on account of Davis's illness. The Quintet
did perform at a "Jazz Dance" at St. Nicholas Arena on November 27. Coltrane, Kelly,
Chambers, and Cobb were in Atlantic Studios on November 24 and December 2, recording
titles that appeared on Coltrane Jazz. The Quintet (billed as "Miles Davis
and His Famous Sextette") played a week-long engagement at Chicago's Regal Theatre
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