|Disco||1957-12-08 Amsterdam (Best source)|
|Venue||Holland, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam|
|Notes||Source: dimeadozen.org #513732
Original folder name: Miles Davis 1957-12-08 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam (The Netherlands) [Best source]
MD1957-12-08 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam (The Netherlands) [Best source].txt
Superior sound to goody fix version.
Taken from compilation Rare Miles vol. 5
Sounds like it's from a vinyl of the show.
My lineage is CDR as flac, onto my hard drive. Renamed tracks and tagged them.
R Jan 2014
Info from original text file on this source:
Rare Miles 1946-60
Disc 5 (1957-1958)
(bit torrent download)
This is Richard Russell's remastered version. Don't convert to mp3!
richard e russell at yahoo period com, no spaces.
Source: various bootlegs, tapes etc. > shn > audio CDR > ripped by an individual to create my audio CDR > ripped by me using Toast Audio Extractor 1.1 (best setting) > Macintosh G4/1000 > Bias Peak 3.2.1 (some digital glitches manually repaired, minor dropouts repaired, TAO gaps removed, re-indexed, saved in .aiff format) > MacFlac 2.1.0
Ren Urtreger Quartet with Miles Davis
VARA radio broadcast
"The Amsterdam Concert"
December 8, 1957
Miles Davis (tpt); Barney Wilen (ts); Ren Urtreger (p); Pierre Michelot (b); Kenny Clarke (d)
[Original notes for this set listed Christian Garros (d)]
1. Woody `N You (Gillespie) 4:58
2. Bags' Groove (M. Jackson) 6:56
3. What's New? (Burke-Haggart) 3:34
4. But Not For Me (Gershwin-Gershwin) 6:44
5. A Night in Tunisia (Gillespie-Paparelli) 7:04
6. Four (M. Davis) 4:12
7. The Theme (M. Davis) :17
8. Walkin' (Carpenter) 6:26
9. Well, You Needn't (Monk) 5:20
10. Round Midnight (Hanighen-Williams-Monk) 5:30
11. Lady Bird (Dameron-Heath) 5:04
12. The Theme (M. Davis) :18
Originally from vinyl source
Note: Originally, on Richard Russell's CDR source, Tracks 6-12 preceded Tracks 1-5. It appears that when this recording was transferred to DAT or CDR that the first side of the album was mistakenly placed after side 2. This is the correct running order, accordingly to the discographies I've seen.