Miles Davis Broadcasts 1955-1959

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Miles Davis Broadcasts 1955- 1959

November 17, 1955 Hudson Theatre, New York
November 19, 1956 Kongresshaus, Zürich
December 8, 1956 Blue Note Club, Philadelphia
February 16, 1957 Peacock Alley Lounge, St. Louis
February 23, 1957 Peacock Alley Lounge, St. Louis
July 13, 1957 Café Bohemia, New York
July 20, 1957 Café Bohemia, New York
July 27, 1957 Café Bohemia, New York
November 30, 1957 Olympia Theatre, Paris
December 8, 1957 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
December 18, 1957 Beethovensaal, Stuttgart
May 17, 1958 Café Bohemia, New York
August 9, 1958 Spotlite Lounge, Washington
November 1, 1958 Spotlite Lounge, Washington
January 3, 1959 Birdland, New York
August 25, 1959 Birdland, New York

Miles Davis Quintet
Chicago Stadium, Chicago IL
AFRS radio broadcast
Quality B-

Miles Davis (tpt); Julian "Cannonball" Adderley (as); Wynton Kelly (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d)

So What (M. Davis) 12:10

The intro is missing. Sound Quality is not great, but here it is for the completists.
The highlight is Cannonball taking a long solo in the middle with Coltrane not present.
Since Cannon missed the Robert Herridge Theater TV show, this appears to be the first time
he played "So What" with Miles for an live audience since the KOB sessions.

Losin says:

Taped at the first Playboy Jazz Festival for AFRS's This is Jazz. Broadcast on AFRS January 22, 1960. This broadcast also included several tunes by David Allyn (voc).

Jimmy Heath, member of the Davis Sextet after Coltrane left in early July, couldn't travel to Chicago because he was on parole, so although the "Miles Davis Sextet" was booked at the Playboy Jazz Festival, only the Quintet performed.

July 17, 1955
Festival Field, Newport RI
Voice of America (VOA) recording
All-Star jam session

Miles Davis (tpt); Zoot Sims [John Haley] (ts); Gerry Mulligan (bs); Thelonious Monk (p); Percy Heath (b); Connie Kay (d); Duke Ellington (ann)

1 Introduction by Duke Ellington 1.28
2 Hackensack (T. Monk) 7:38
3'Round Midnight (B. Hanighen-C. Williams-T. Monk)5:54
4 Now's the Time (C. Parker) 8:29
October 17-30, 1957 (3 items; TT = 12:47)
Birdland, New York NY
AFRS radio broadcast
Miles Davis Quintet

Miles Davis (tpt); Bobby Jaspar (ts); Tommy Flanagan (p); Paul Chambers (b); Philly Joe Jones (d)

5 All of You (C. Porter) 8:24
6 Four (M. Davis) (incomplete) 4:26
December 18, 1957 (6 items; TT = 13:27)
Beethovensaal, Stuttgart (Germany)
Süddeutsher Rundfunk broadcast
Erwin Lehn Orchestra with Miles Davis

Miles Davis (tpt); Horst Jankowski (p); Peter Witte (b); Hermann Mutschler (d)

7 Yesterdays (J. Kern-O. Harbach) 2:34
8 'Round Midnight (B. Hanighen-C. Williams-T. Monk) 4:43
9 Walkin' (R. Carpenter) 2:13