1970-02-21 Ann Arbor

Disco1970-02-21 Ann Arbor
VenueUSA, Hill Auditorium, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
NotesSource: www.dimeadozen.org
original torrent name: Miles Davis - Ann Arbor Blues And Jazz Festival 1970.torrent
Original folder name: Miles Davis - Ann Arbor Blues And Jazz Festival 1970

I was at this, It is NOT the Ann Arbor blues and jazz festival.

is it this: Miles Davis (with John McLaughlin) - Live at Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, MI, USA 02/21/1970 [FLAC][Speed Corrected]


Same as previously posted here at Dr. Fusion
but speed corrected (+30 to +70cts)
and a few minor glitches (SBE) fixed.

February 21, 1970

Hill Auditorium, University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Audience Recording


Miles Davis (tp)
Wayne Shorter (ts, ss)
John McLaughlin (g)
Chick Corea (p)
Dave Holland (b)
Jack DeJohnette (d)
Airto Moreira (pc)


01 - It's About That Time (nc) (11:25)
02 - I Fall In Love Too Easily (03:55)
03 - Sanctuary (06:38)
04 - Bitches Brew (nc) (13:31)
05 - Masqualero (14:07)
06 - Theme (01:23)

Format: FLAC

This show was put on by Eclipse Jazz, part of the University of Michigan.

Eclipse Jazz were very eclectic,run by ah...close acquaintance/ friend.

I saw pink floyd, Springsteen, Mwandishi- Freddie Hubbard (double bill) any many more.

Its too bad I have been BANNED from seeding, I could put up a speed corrected version of this.

This is the ann arbor blues and jazz show, I sat in the crown, smoking illegal substances (ah the days!) while band after band played.

Miles Davis
Otis Spann Memorial Field, Ann Arbor MI
WCBN Radio Broadcast
September 10, 1972

WCBN Radio Broadcast > ?? > Legendary Collection Series > EAC Wave > TLH Flac Level 8

Miles Davis (tpt); Carlos Garnett (ss); Reggie Lucas (g); Khalil Balakrishna (sitar); Cedric Lawson (keyb); Michael Henderson (el-b); Al Foster (d); James Mtume Forman (cga, perc); Badal Roy (tabla)

01.Introduction (from Stage) Incomplete
02.Rated X
03.Honky Tonk (Incomplete)
04.Black Satin (Incomplete)
05.Right Off
06.Sanctuary (Closing Theme, Applause, Announcement)

Note: This legendary collection cd is definetely made of 2 different Broadcast/Source:
Actually this concert (with Ron Carter coming on 2nd to a crowd that had no further room for any music after Miles' set) and one the next night with Cannonball Adderley with guest Alvin Batiste were the presentation of the "Creative Arts Festival".

I was part of the group. Many of us later were involved with Eclipse Jazz, but that was a couple of years later. Both were part of the Univ of Michigan student entertainment.

The Ann Arbor Blues Festival was a whole other thing

I've attached scans of the tickets for you documentarians out there.

Attachment: creative arts festival tix 70 feb 20.jpg
whole ticket for the 21st

Attachment: creative arts festival tix 1970 feb 21.jpg