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|June 13, 1967 (2 items; TT = 10:19)|
|Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York NY|
|Commercial for Columbia|
|Miles Davis Quintet|
|Miles Davis (tpt); Wayne Shorter (ts); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Tony Williams (d)|
||Capricorn (take 8) (W. Shorter)
||Madness (rehearsal) (H. Hancock)
1 Capricorn (take 8)
12" LP: Columbia PC 34396, CBS/Sony 18AP 2072, CBS/Sony 23AP 2572, CBS/Sony 25AP 314, Mosaic MQ10-177
CD: Columbia C6K 67398, Columbia C6K 90925, CBS/Sony 32DP 727, Sony SRCS 5710, Sony SRCS 9307, Sony SRCS 8575/80, Sony SICP 663/8, Sony SRCS 9736, Sony SICP 831
2 Madness (rehearsal)
12" LP: Mosaic MQ10-177
CD: Columbia C6K 67398, Columbia C6K 90925, Sony SRCS 8575/80, Sony SICP 663/8
This is another in the ongoing series of New York studio sessions during May-July
1967. These sessions allowed the Davis Quintet to develop new repertoire centered
around original compositions. Only a few of these tunes -- "Masqualero," "Nefertiti,"
and "Riot" -- became staples of the Quintet's live performances, however.
The incomplete rehearsal take of "Madness" is very different than the version recorded
on June 23. "Capricorn" was not issued by Columbia until 1976, by which time Shorter's
own remake of it on his Blue Note record Super Nova (recorded in August
1969) was familiar.
After returning from the west coast, the Quintet was booked at the Village Vanguard
(June 2-4), then went to the Village Gate (July 4-16 opposite Dizzy Gillespie, and
August 15-27 opposite Ornette Coleman).
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