1969-07-26 Antibes (alt)

Disco1969-07-26 Antibes (alt)
VenueFrance, La Pinède, Juan-les-Pins, Antibes
NotesSource: www.dimeadozen.org
Original torrent name: Miles Davis - Antibes - 1969-07-26.torrent
Original folder name: Miles Davis - Antibes - 1969-07-26

July 26, 1969
La Pinède, Juan-les-Pins
Antibes, France

Miles Davis (tp)
Wayne Shorter (ss, ts)
Chick Corea (p)
Dave Holland (b)
Jack DeJohnette (d)

1. Directions (06:22)
2. Spanish Key (10:37)
3. I Fall In Love Too Easily (02:54)
4. Masqualero (08:34)
5. Miles Runs the Voodoo Down (08:41)
6. No Blues (13:34)
7. Nefertiti (08:50)
8. Sanctuary > Theme (03:50)


Contrast clause: Torrent #334060 is an FM broadcast.
The source of this upload is is either pre-FM or TV.
This is the complete show, without voice-overs. The
sound quality is excellent.


Uploaded by Milesian in 2005 and again in 2007 (?)


Notes Milesian:

Source: pre-FM station reel

Lineage: pre-FM >? >CDR >EAC (secure) >FLAC Frontend (level 6, SBE OK)

This does not come from the most widely circulated bootleg of this performance
(Stardust 003), as that issue contained an introduction at the beginning,
splices, and a voiceover during an abbreviated "Sanctuary."

I don't recall seeding this here before (but if I did, this is a new extraction
and file names), so here's another good one. I got it from another active seeder
here who gave me the lineage. It should be noted that this is not from a
commercial bootleg, nor should it be confused with the July 25 performance
issued by Sony. Jack's insane drumming is captured really well on this


Now that I have seen the video of both Antibes shows, I suspect that this recording
might be the audio part of the ORTF TV broadcast. About 3 minutes of this show and
12.5 minutes of the show on 7/25 is on YouTube:


You'll notice that DeJohnette's drums are very high in the mix here too.