Miles Davis Live at The Nickels

Miles Davis - Live At The Fillmore East (March 7, 1970) [2CD] {2014 Japan Jazz Collection 1000 Columbia-RCA Series}

Miles Davis - Live At The Fillmore East (March 7, 1970). It's About That Time [2CD] {2014 Japan Jazz Collection 1000 Columbia-RCA Series}
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Jazz / Fusion / Jazz Rock / Jazz Funk / Trumpet

Special priced-down reissue available only for a limited period of time until December 21, 2015. Comes with liner notes. Finally, a non-bootleg issue of one of Miles Davis' greatest electric performances ever. In fact this is the very first of the Miles Davis Quintet's electric gigs – it was also one of the last four performances of this great band. Not just recorded, but performed. The band, consisting of Davis, Wayne Shorter on soprano and tenor, Chick Corea on Fender Rhodes, Dave Holland on both acoustic and electric bass, and Jack DeJohnette on drums. With percussionist Airto Moreira providing color and texture, the band became a sextet.
Miles Davis - Live At The Olympia (2004) [2.0 & 5.0] PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC

Miles Davis - Live At The Olympia (2004) [2.0 & 5.1]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & 5.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 67:44 minutes | Scans included | 3,8 GB
or FLAC 2.0 Stereo (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 1,41 GB
Olympia, March 21st, 1960 - featuring John Coltrane / Olympia, October 11th, 1960 - featurung Sonny Stitt

Seven of the great Miles Davis 50's tunes in two live dates. Great live sound. John Coltrane's last recording with Miles. Coltrane's replacement in the band, Sonny Stitt, has a more subdued style here. This is one to get if you enjoy jazz.
Miles Davis - Live At The Fillmore East (March 7, 1970) - It's About That Time (2001) [2CD]

Miles Davis - Live At The Fillmore East (March 7, 1970) - It's About That Time (2001) [2CD]
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© 2001 Sony Music / Columbia / Legacy | C2K 85191
Jazz / Fusion / Jazz-Funk


Miles Davis - Live At The Fillmore East (March 7, 1970) - It's About That Time (2001) [2CD]

The creative vision of Miles Davis was at its most mercurial in the late '60s and early '70s. He advanced the language of jazz (and pop) not just … Full Descriptionwith each album, but practically with each gig. A perfect case in point is this live two-disc set. LIVE AT THE FILLMORE EAST is like manna from heaven for Miles fans, its nine cuts all previously unreleased performances from a formation of Miles's band that didn't stabilize long enough for a studio release. A considerably different version of this band had recorded the groundbreaking BITCHES BREW not much more than six months before this Fillmore appearance, but the record released as AT THE FILLMORE in 1971, featured yet another incarnation, sans Wayne Shorter, whose last gig with Miles is captured here.

Accordingly, this release finds Davis and cohorts in transition between the abstract jazz-rock of BITCHES BREW and the funkified, modal jams of subsequent recordings. The two sets documented here draw largely from BITCHES BREW, but the variations just a few months down the line are startling. Chick Corea's ring-modulated electric piano creates a Stockhausen-like maelstrom of sound, while Shorter plays some of the most daring, freewheeling solos of his career. Dave Holland splits the difference between funk, rock, and jazz, joining with Jack DeJohnette's roiling drums to forge a tumbling sonic carnival ride. The entire band blazes through every tune working on all cylinders, making a monstrously joyful noise by which the rest of us are still edified, even decades after the fact.
Miles Davis - Jazz At The Plaza, Vol. I (1958) {2014 Japan Jazz Collection 1000 Columbia-RCA Series}

Miles Davis - Jazz At The Plaza, Vol. I (1958) {2014 Japan Jazz Collection 1000 Columbia-RCA Series}
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Jazz / Hard Bop / Modal Music / Trumpet

Jazz at the Plaza is a live album by Miles Davis. It was recorded in 1958 and released in 1973 by Columbia Records. A great lost live set – recorded in 1958 during that pivotal time when Miles was working with Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Bill Evans, Paul Chambers, and Philly Joe Jones. The whole thing's a great example of how the group could hold up the perfection of Kind Of Blue in a live setting – and the long tracks include "Straight, No Chaser", "If I Were A Bell", and "Oleo".

Miles Davis - Live at Montreux: Highlights (2011) [Repost]  

Posted by juanchito at July 23, 2014
Miles Davis - Live at Montreux: Highlights (2011) [Repost]

Miles Davis - Live at Montreux: Highlights (2011)
DVD9 | 720x480 (4:3), ~5171 Kbps, 29.970 fps | Audio: AC3, 2 ch, 224 kbps, 48.0 KHz; AC3, 6 ch, 448 kbps, 48.0 KHz; DTS, 6 ch, 1536 kbps, 48.0 KHz
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Miles Davis: Live at Montreux - Highlights 1973-1991 (2011) [Repost]

Miles Davis: Live at Montreux - Highlights 1973-1991 (2011) [Repost]
NTSC DVD9 | 2h 13mn | 720x480 (4:3) 29fps | Audio: AC3 48000Hz Stereo, 224 kb/s + AC3 5.1 448 kb/s | 7.73 Gb
Genre: Jazz, Fussion | Language: English | Studio: Eagle Rock Entertainment ltd.

Miles Davis is universally regarded as one of the most influential and innovative jazz musicians and composers of the 20th Century. He was at the forefront of the jazz world for decades and was involved in the evolution of bebop, cool jazz, modal jazz and jazz fusion amongst others. Miles Davis played many times at the Montreux Jazz Festival, especially after his return to performance in the early eighties. This DVD brings together some of the highlights of those Montreux shows stretching back to his first appearance in 1973 and up to his final concert there in July 1991, just a couple of months before his death in September of that year. Bonus Features: An insightful and personal interview with Carlos Santana talking about his memories of and relationship with Miles Davis and how he was influenced by him.
Miles Davis - Live at Montreux: Highlights 1973-1991 (2011) (DVD9)

Miles Davis - Live at Montreux: Highlights 1973-1991 (2011)
DVD9 | Video: NTSC 720x480 (4:3) | Audio: DTS Surround, DD 5.1, DD 2.0 | 7.59 GB | Time: 1:14:20 + 27:49
Genre: Jazz, Jazz Rock, Fusion, Experimental | Label: Eagle Rock Entertainment | Cat.#: EREDV8836V

Miles Davis is universally regarded as one of the most influential and innovative jazz musicians and composers of the 20th Century. He was at the forefront of the jazz world for decades and was involved in the evolution of bebop, cool jazz, modal jazz and jazz fusion amongst others. Miles Davis played many times at the Montreux Jazz Festival, especially after his return to performance in the early eighties. This DVD brings together some of the highlights of those Montreux shows stretching back to his first appearance in 1973 and up to his final concert there in July 1991, just a couple of months before his death in September of that year.

Miles Davis - Live at Fillmore West (10/15/1970)  

Posted by coster1906 at May 8, 2010
Miles Davis - Live at Fillmore West (10/15/1970)

Miles Davis - Live at Fillmore West (10/15/1970)
Jazz | KPFA-FM radio broadcast | EAC (secure mode) | FLAC | 360 MB
Recorded: October 15, 1970 | Total Time: 63:49 | RAR 5% Recovery | Host: RS.com

This is not taken from the Fillmore Tree. The Fillmore Tree version is about 25 mns. This here is almost the complete show, only "Directions", the set-opener is missing: total time is about 64 mns. This FM source sounds great.
Miles Davis - Live Around The World (1988-91) {2002 Warner Remaster}

Miles Davis - Live Around The World (1988-91) {2002 Warner Remaster}
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Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Fusion / Trumpet


Miles Davis - Live Around The World (1988-91) {2002 Warner Remaster}

From his early years mastering bebop and jazz standards, through his cool, modal, post-bop, electric and funk periods, there was always a strong sense of direction and a singular voice in the middle of the fray. That essence remained through Davis' final years; he still offered beautiful songs, wisely chosen and intelligently arranged. Miles traditionalists will appreciate the first track here, in which he breathes new life into "In A Silent Way." That quickly leads into "Intruder," a blowing vehicle for the venerable and impressive saxophonist Kenny Garrett. Garrett and bassist Richard Patterson proceed to go crazy on the frenetically funky "Wrinkle." Tunes like "New Blues" and "Tutu" reveal the sophistication of the master himself as a composer, as well as his finesse on trumpet. Another standout player here is the insanely expressive Foley, sounding like Jimi Hendrix, only funkier (and on bass).

2002 remastered reissue of 1996 live release featuring material recorded on two tours from 1985-91. Includes Kenny Garrett & Foley & Adam Holzman. The closing track, 'Hannibal', comes from the very last performance of Davis' life.

Miles Davis - Jazz at the Plaza (1958)  

Posted by coster1906 at Jan. 19, 2009
Miles Davis - Jazz at the Plaza (1958)

Miles Davis - Jazz at the Plaza (1958)
Jazz | APE (image-cue-log-scans) 270MB (+5%) | MP3 (320Kbs-log-scans) 92MB (+5%) | CBS 467182 2 | 1958 | 40:00