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8 thoughts on “ Hopscotch - Miles Davis - Warsaw Concert 1983 (CD)

  1. Miles Davis at the Jazz Jamboree Warsaw, Poland Sunday, October 23, p.m. PSJ-X made the concert by the Miles Davis Group a cohesive whole, almost a loose suite consisting of pieces-themes. When you purchase LP or CD from us and make a payment via PayPal you will be able to buy a Money Back Guarantee to protect your.
  2. Miles Davis - trumpet Bill Evans - soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute John Scofield - electric guitar Robert Irving III - keyboards Darryl Jones - bass Al Foster - drums Mino Cinelu - percussion Recorded live at Congress Hall, Warsaw (Poland) on October 13, CD2 (#): Miles Davis - trumpet Bill Evans - soprano saxophone, tenor.
  3. Date: 23rd October This concert has long been a favourite of Miles’s fans of the s and the great news is that it’s finally available on both CD and DVD in good quality recordings. Back in , the winds of the cold war were blowing strongly across Europe and it was rare for top American artists to venture behind The Iron Curtain.
  4. two CD archive release, a very rare complete Warsaw concert by Miles' superb septet with saxophonist Bill Evans and guitarist John Scofield. As a bonus, this double disc set also includes three live tracks by the Davis sextet, including a long and amazing version of Gershwin's 'My Man's Gone Now'. 16 tracks/5(27).
  5. More seriously, the concert date is given as 13 October , when it actually took place ten days later. There are three bonus tracks from Miles’s , which were recorded in Tokyo in October , and not New York in July , as stated on the CD. This was an interesting time for Miles and music.
  6. A very rare complete Warsaw concert by Miles Davis superb septet with saxophonist Bill Evans and guitarist John Scofield. Three live bonus tracks by the Davis sextet has been added, including a long an amazing version of Gershwins My Mans Gone Now.
  7. A very rare complete Warsaw concert by Miles Davis superb septet with saxophonist Bill Evans and guitarist John Scofield. Three live bonus tracks by the Davis’ sextet has been added, including a long an amazing version of Gershwin’s “My Man’s Gone Now”.
  8. Feb 06,  · Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS Hopscotch (Remastered, Live) · The Miles Davis Septet Miles Davis in Poland, Warsaw (Doxy Collection, Remastered, Live) ℗ Doxy Records Released on:

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