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October 25, 1988 (16 items; TT = 149:21)
Grieghallen, Bergen (Norway)
Norsk Rikskringkastning (NRK) radio broadcast (unkn)

Miles Davis (tpt, synth); Kenny Garrett (as, fl); Joey De Francesco (synth); Adam Holzman (synth); Joe "Foley" McCreary (g); Benny Rietveld (el-b); Ricky Wellman (d); Marilyn Mazur (perc)

1 Intruder (inc) (M. Davis) 3:23
2 New Blues [Star People] (E. Davis) 9:51
3 Perfect Way (G. Gartside-D. Gamson) 5:39
4 The Senate - Me & U (J. McCreary) 13:22
5 Wrinkle (E. Davis) 10:29
6 Tutu (M. Miller) 13:29
7 Time After Time (C. Lauper-R. Hyman) 8:29
8 Heavy Metal (M. Davis) 6:23
9 Don't Stop Me Now (S. Lukather-D. Paitch) 9:05

Garrett out
10 Carnival Time (N. Larsen) 16:33
11 Tomaas (M. Davis-M. Miller) 10:46
12 Burn (R. Irving III-R. Hall) 3:33
13 Portia (M. Miller) 8:11
14 Carnival Time (N. Larsen) 13:30
15 Full Nelson (M. Miller) 10:46
16 Portia (inc) (M. Miller) 5:52

Tape split at 1:30


9 Don't Stop Me Now
CD: Electric Blue EB009

10 Carnival Time
CD: Electric Blue EB009

11 Tomaas
CD: Electric Blue EB009

12 Burn
CD: Electric Blue EB009

13 Portia
CD: Electric Blue EB009


"In a Silent Way" was announced but not broadcast. "New Blues" was announced as "Blues." For details about the short interview on Electric Blue EB 009, see October 25, 1987. "Portia" is incomplete on Electric Blue.

The Davis group traveled to Stockholm on October 12 to begin a European tour. Several dates at the end of the tour were canceled because Davis developed a heart infection.

October 14: Koncerthuset, Stockholm, Sweden
October 16: Mejeriet, Lund (Bob Berg replaced Kenny Garrett)
October 17: Falkoner Salen, Falkoner Centret, Copenhagen
October 19: U.K.K. Hall, Helsinki Fair Centre, Helsinki, Finland
October 20-21: days off in Helsinki
October 23: Club Sardines, Oslo, Norway
October 25: Grieghallen, Bergen
October 29: Cirque Royal, Brussels, Belgium
October 30: Sala Kongresowa, Warsaw, Poland
November 1: Eishalle Liebenau, Graz, Austria
November 2: Palasport, Bolzano, Italy
November 3: Festsaal der Schweizer, Mustermesse, Basel, Switzerland
November 5: Centre Culturel et de Congres de Brest, Brest, France (two concerts)
November 7: Stadthalle, Mannheim, West Germany
November 10: Estadio Insular, Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Spain
November 11: Polideportivo Juan Rios Tejera, Tenerife (canceled)
November 13: Pabellon Cubierto Del Estadio, Granada
November 15: Palacio de los Deportes, Madrid
November 16: Palacio Municipal de los Deportes, Barcelona (canceled)
November 18: unknown venue, Parma, Italy (canceled)
November 19: Palazzo dello Sport, Rome (canceled)
November 20: unknown venue, Catania (canceled)
November 21: unknown venue, Firenza (canceled)
November 22: Palatrussartdi, Milan (with Zucchero Fornaciari, canceled)
November 23: unknown venue, Pordenone (canceled)
November 24: unknown venue, Naples (canceled)

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