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Miles DavisMiles Davis At Newport – 1955-1975 – The Bootleg Series Vol 4 (4CD box set) ... CD
Legacy, Mid 50s/1960s/Mid 70s. New Copy 4 CDs ... $43.99 49.98
Not just Miles Davis live at Newport – but Miles at Newport over the course of 20 years, in the space of eight different live performances – almost all of which are previously unreleased! Apart from the 1958 and 1969 Newport material here, most of the 4CD set features all-new, all-great vintage Miles material – with Newport performances from 1955, 1958, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1971, 1973, and 1975 – the last three of which are Newport festivals in Europe and New York. And these aren't just random tracks, but full sets, too – even with some announcements at the start or end – and players include Gerry Mulligan and Zoot Sims for the 1955 concert; John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, and Bill Evans in 1958; Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter, and Tony Williams for 1966 and 1967; Jack DeJohnette, Dave Holland, and Chick Corea in 1969; a big electric group with Keith Jarrett, Gary Bartz, Michel Henderson, and Mtume in 1971; and Pete Cosey, Davie Liebman, Reggie Lucas, and Mtume for the 1973 and 1975 shows. A huge amount of material – 4 CDs in a great package, with detailed notes, too! CD

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Billy PierceWilliam The Conquerer ... LP
Sunnyside (France), 1985. Near Mint- ... $6.99
One of Billy Pierce's excellent early sides as a leader! Features Pierce on tenor and soprano sax, James Simmons and James Williams on piano, John Lockwood on bass, and Keith Copeland on drums. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Donald ByrdDonald Byrd Seven – Live At The Jazz Workshop, Boston ... LP
Private (Italy), 1973. New Copy 2LP ... Out Of Stock
A stunner of a record from trumpeter Donald Byrd – a live set recorded at a time when the musician was sounding pretty electric on his studio sessions, but really reaching out in a spiritual way in concert performances like this! The music has a soaring, open flow that's a lot like Woody Shaw's best from the time – or maybe a bit like Lee Morgan on those majestic last few albums of his life – although Byrd definitely blows in his own familiar modes during his solos – with that focused, sharp, soulful sound that really put him on the map during the early 70s. The group's an unusual one – and a great one too – with Kevin Toney on piano, Bernard Perry on guitar, Alan Barnes on sax and flute, David Williams on bass, Keith Kilgo on drums, and Ray Armando on congas – working together beautifully on long tracks that include "Kwame", "Flight Time", "Fancy Free", and "The Good Reverend". LP, Vinyl record album
(Hand numbered, limited edition of 45!)

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