Sunday, December 19, 2010

Miles Davis in St. Louis

This collector's LP mostly features the 1963 Miles Davis Quintet (which included tenor-saxophonist George Coleman, pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter and drummer Tony Williams) during a live apperance in St. Louis. The previously unissued music is reasonably well-recorded and gives listeners additional versions of such standards as "I Thought About You," "All Blues" and "Seven Steps to Heaven." This LP is rounded out by a rendition of "Like Someone to Love" from 1961 that showcases the young Herbie Hancock with a trio, two years before he first joined Davis's group.
Scott Yanow
Source : http://www.allmusic.com/album/miles-in-st-louis-r106097

Miles Davis
Miles in St. Louis

Tracks

1 I Thought About You (Mercer, VanHeusen) 8:01
2 All Blues (Davis) 12:40
3 Seven Steps to Heaven (Davis, Feldman) 10:34
4 Like Someone in Love (Lerner, Lowe) 12:00

Personnel
[# 1-3]
Miles Davis - tp
George Coleman - ts
Herbie Hancock - p
Ron Carter - b
Tony Williams - dr
Recorded live at Jazz Villa ; June 1963 ?
[# 4]
Herbie Hancock - p
Cleveland Eaton - b
Theodore Robinson - dr
Recorded live at Jazz Villa ; June 1963 ?
Recorded live at Jazz Villa ; June 24, 1961

2 comments:

Melanchthon said...

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threedezzz said...

u rr the most coolest! Miles!