Download Miles Davis - Miles In Tokyo
|2||All Of You|
Written-By – C.Porter
Written-By – M.Davis
Written-By – R.Carpenter
|5||Theme And Annoncement|
|6||If I Were A Bell|
Written-By – F.Loesser
|7||My Funny Valentine|
Written-By – L.Hart-R.Rodgers
|SONX 60064-R, SONX-60064-R||Miles Davis||Miles In Tokyo (Miles Davis Live In Concert) (LP, Album, Gat)||CBS/Sony, CBS/Sony||SONX 60064-R, SONX-60064-R||Japan||1969|
|SRCS 9746||Miles Davis||Miles In Tokyo (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Sony Records Int'l||SRCS 9746||Japan||2001|
|SRCS 9112||Miles Davis||Miles In Tokyo (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Sony Records||SRCS 9112||Japan||1996|
|35DP 67||Miles Davis||Miles In Tokyo (Miles Davis Live In Tokyo) (CD, Album)||CBS/Sony||35DP 67||Japan||1983|
|18AP 2064||Miles Davis||Miles In Tokyo (LP, Album, RE)||CBS/Sony||18AP 2064||Japan||1981|
- Bass – Ron Carter
- Drums – Tony Williams
- MC [Announcement] – Terry Isono
- Piano – Herbie Hancock
- Tenor Saxophone – Sam Rivers
- Trumpet – Miles Davis
Dates recorded & location
7 / 14 / '64
Kohseinenkin Hall, Tokyo
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Miles in Tokyo is a live album recorded on July 14, 1964, by the Miles Davis Quintet at the Tokyo Kōsei Nenkin Kaikan, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan. It was released in the United States on CD in 2005 and is the first recording of Davis in Japan. It is the only album to showcase an early incarnation of his Second Great Quintet featuring Sam Rivers on tenor saxophone, following George Coleman's departure after this, Wayne Shorter's appointment completed the classic lineup which recorded such albums as ESP. Miles In Tokyo - Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, Tony Williams, Sam Rivers. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. In his company, Miles visited Japan for the first time and showed a special respect for Japanese audiences, for whom he temporarily gave up his habit of leaving the stage during other musicians solos. Some even saw in this deference an explanation for the moderation of the quintets risk-taking. The remarks that Sam Rivers made on the bebop nature of the group-although he himself seemed relatively conventional-corroborated the hypothesis of a lack of understanding between two avant-gardes, each indifferent to the other and each with a different perspective. Their confrontation, however, remai. Miles Davis Miles In Tokyo CBSSony SOPL 162 Vinyl, LP, Album Japan 1972 Introduction By Teruo Isono A1 If I Were A Bell Composed By F. Loesser 00: In Tokyo - Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Tony Williams, Ron Carter, Sam Rivers. After George Coleman left the Miles Davis Quintet, tenor-saxophonist Sam Rivers took his place for a short period including a tour of Japan. Davis did not care for Rivers's avant-garde style they failed to develop any chemistry and soon replaced him, but this live LP originally only issued in Japan survived to document this brief association. Album 1969 7 Songs. On If I Were a Bell, the tenor players style includes some overblown textures while he pushes the band into avant-garde realms drummer Tony Williams sounds ready to join Rivers, but the trumpeter is more restrained. Listen free to Miles Davis Miles In Tokyo Introduction, If I Were a Bell and more. 7 tracks . A very good, passionate performance by Miles Davis, in front of a captivated, enthusiastic audience. I cannot help but wonder though, when Miles Davis was in Tokyo, whether he ate any noodles. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. For Miles Davis enthusiasts this is a significant point in his eponymous groupings over the years. The last minute inclusion of Sam Rivers actually changed the direction of the Davis sound for several years. Even though Rivers didn't stay with the group after this recording, for one reason or another, his contribution here was always acknowledged by an appreciative Davis