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Miles Ahead session details

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July 20, 1984 (13 items; TT = 118:30)
La Pinède Gould, Juan-les-Pins, Antibes (France)
Radio France broadcast (unkn)

Miles Davis (tpt, synth); Bob Berg (ss, ts); John Scofield (g); Robert Irving III (synth); Darryl Jones (el-b); Al Foster (d); Steve Thornton (perc)

1 Speak (M. Davis) 11:02
2 Star People [New Blues] (M. Davis) 8:36

Berg out
3 What It Is (M. Davis-J. Scofield) 11:01
4 It Gets Better (M. Davis) 15:56
5 Something on Your Mind (H. Eaves III-J. Williams) 13:10

Berg out
6 Time After Time (C. Lauper-R. Hyman) 8:28

Berg out
7 Hopscotch (M. Miller) 9:56
8 Freaky Deaky (M. Davis) 7:26

Berg and Scofield out
9 Jean Pierre (M. Davis) 10:24
10 Code M.D. (encore) (R. Irving III) 7:46
11 Speak (encore) (M. Davis) 6:18
12 Something on Your Mind (encore) (H. Eaves III-J. Williams) 8:13

Berg out
13 La Marseillaise (encore) (Traditional) 0:14

Davis tpt only

The concert was announced as "Speak/What It Is/Blues" and "That's What Happened," and the encores were announced as "Code M.D. 1/Code M.D. 2/Something on Your Mind."

A two-track tape of this concert exists in the Columbia vaults.

The Davis group left New York in late June for a month-long European tour:

June 24: Palais des Congres, Paris, France (two concerts)
July 4: Théâtre Antique, Vienne
July 6: Piazza le Europa, Terni, Italy
July 7: Festivalgelände, Wiesen, Austria
July 8: Casino, Montreux, Switzerland (two concerts
July 10: Kalkberg Theater, Bad Segeberg, West Germany
July 12: Urheilutalo, Pori, Finland
July 13: Kirjurinluoto, Pori
July 15: Tuin Paviljoen, Congresgebouw, The Hague, Holland
July 16: Bel Air Hotel, The Hague (probably)
July 17: Royal Festival Hall, London, Great Britain (two concerts)
July 18: Les Douves du Château, Nantes, France
July 19: Arenes de Nimes, Nimes
July 20: La Pinède Gould, Antibes
July 21: Teatro Grande degli Scavi, Pompei, Italy
July 23: Teatro Tenda Lampugnano, Milan
July 24: Velodromo Palacio Anoeta, San Sebastian, Spain
July 27: Idrettens Hus, Molde, Norway

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