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Live At The 1963 Monterey Jazz Festival Live
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Stella By Starlight
As with all Miles Davis live CD's don't let the familiar titles put you off as improvisation always takes the tracks somewhere else. Songs are stretched, taken off into new territory, with autumn Leaves in particular giving all the performers a chance to solo. So What is taken at breakneck pace, whilst Stella by Starlight rings the changes being paced slowly. Before the traditional concert closer of the theme there's one of my favourite Miles tracks Walkin' to enjoy too.
Wally Heider, who captured this and other concerts from a mobile truck and he captured everything beautifully. A lovely release well worth purchasing.
There is electrifying playing from the whole quintet which includes the vastly underrated tenorist George Coleman, pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter and the brilliant 17 year-old drummer Tony Williams who "let a big fire under everyone in the group" according to Miles in his autobiography.
I'd like to thank 'Nomad'(see review) for alerting me to the existence of this marvellous album which makes an excellent companion to Miles' 'Live at Antibes 1963' recorded a couple of months earlier with the same band.