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Title 80th Birthday Radio Celebration
Label MD80BRC 01-12
Cover
Country Germany
Year 2006
Comment 12-CDR Selfmade-Box
This Radio Projekt was broadcasted by the German Radio stations "WDR 3 (Westdeutscher Rundfunk)" and "hr2 (Hessischer Rundfunk)" on May 25-27, 2006.

Disc 1:
WDR 3 ART, Thursday, May 25, 2006, 22:00 to 23:00

Disc 2-4:
WDR 3 Konzert, Friday, May 26, 2006, 20:05 to 23:00

Disc 5:
WDR 3 open: FreiRaum, Friday, May 26, 2006, 23:05 to 24:00

Disc 6-11:
WDR 3 Jazznacht, Friday/Saturday, May 26/27, 2006, 00:05 to 06:00

Disc 12:
hr2, Live-Jazz Spezial, Thursday, May 25, 2006, 19:05 to 20:00


Disc 1:

WDR 3 ART, Thursday, May 25, 2006
"Miles smiles" - Meeting with a Sphinx

Celebration Miles Davis 80th Birthday
A music feature by Karl Lippegaus
Editorial office: Dagmar Töpfer


Disc 2:

WDR 3 Konzert, Friday, May 26, 2006
Historic Concerts with Miles Davis (1926 - 1991)

Moderation: Karsten Mützelfeldt
Editorial office: Bernd Hoffmann

Royal Roost, New York City, USA, September 4, 1948
Miles Davis (tp); Charlie Parker (as); Tadd Dameron (p); Curley Russell (b); Max Roach (d)

1. 52nd Street Theme (Monk) 05:25
2. Groovin’ High (Gillespie) 05:00
3. Big Foot (Parker) 05:15
4. Slow Boat To China (Loesser) 05:25
5. Hot House (Dameron) 04:50
6. Salt Peanuts (Gillespie) 04:20

Royal Roost, New York City, USA, September 4, 1948
Miles Davis (tp); Mike Zwerin (tb); Lee Konitz (as); John Barber (tuba); Gerry Mulligan (bars); John Lewis (p); Junior Collins (fr-h); Al McKibbon (b); Max Roach (d)

7. Move (Best) 03:40
8. Why Do I Love You (Gershwin) 03:40
9. Godchild (Wallington) 05:52
10. S’il Vous Plait (Lewis) 04:20


Disc 3:

Salle Pleyel, Paris, France, May 8, 1949
Miles Davis (tp); James Moody (sax); Tadd Dameron (p); Barney Spieler (b); Kenny Clarke (d)

11. Ornithology (Parker) 03:45
12. Rifftide (Hawkins) 04:30
13. Good Bait (Dameron) 05:45
14. Don’t Blame Me (Felds) 04:15
15. Wah Hoo (Friend) 05:30

Festival Field, Newport, Rhode Island, USA, July 3, 1958
Miles Davis (tp); Julian "Cannonball" Adderley (as); John Coltrane (ts); Bill Evans (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d)

16. Fran-Dance (Davis) 07:15
17. Two Bass Hit (Lewis) 04:10
18. Bye Bye Blackbird (Dixon) 09:10
19. The Theme (Davis) 02:45

La Pinède, Juan-les-Pins, Antibes, France, Jul 27, 1963
Miles Davis (tp); George Coleman (ts); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Tony Williams (d)
20. I Thought About You (Mercer) 11:45
21. Walkin' (Carpenter) 16:15


Disc 4:

Lincoln Center, New York City, USA, February 12, 1964
Miles Davis (tp); George Coleman (ts); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Tony Williams (d)

22. The Theme (Davis) 01:00
23. All Blues (Davis) 08:55

La Pinède, Juan-les-Pins, Antibes, France, July 26, 1969
Miles Davis (tp); Wayne Shorter (ss, ts); Chick Corea (el-p); Dave Holland (el-b); Jack DeJohnette (d)

24. No Blues / Nefertiti / Sanctuary / The Theme (Davis) 20:50

La Pinède, Juan-les-Pins, Antibes, France, July 26, 1963
Miles Davis (tp); George Coleman (ts); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Tony Williams (d)

25. So What (Davis) 02:04

 

Disc 5:

WDR 3 open: FreiRaum, Friday, May 26, 2006
"…'s that what you wanted, Alfred?" or:
Keeps Miles Miles? - Miles Davis Remixed
About Steamin' Horn and Evil Corner
Editorial office: Markus Heuger

On the occasion of Miles' 80th Birthday the two Electronic musicians "Steamin Horn" and "Evil Corner" dive deep into Miles Davis Jazzrock-Era. The music will be filtered, fragmented, de-contextualed and new arranged.


 
WDR 3 Jazznacht, Friday/Saturday, May 26/27, 2006, 0:05 - 6:00
The long Miles Davis Night
With classic recorfings, reportages, radio play scenes, interviews and listeners wishes
Moderation by Michael Rüsenberg
Editorial office: Bernd Hoffmann

While this 6-hours special broadcast we will hear many Miles Davis records, from "Miles Ahead" in 1957 to "Doo-Bop" in 1991, a few month before his dead. Interviews with Ian Carr, Enrico Merlin, Michael Gibbs, David Toop, Gerald Early.
Highlight is the poll "My favourite Miles". The Listeners can vote at the Internet their best album of Miles.


Disc 6:

1. Go-Go Theme (Miles Davis) 01:20
Miles Davis - tp, Sam Rivers - ts, Herbie Hancock - p, Ron Carter - b, Tony Williams - d
Kohseinenkin Hall, Tokio, July 14, 1964
Sony/Columbia C7K 90840, LC 00162
CD-Box: The Complete Columbia Recordings 1963-1964

2. Milestones (Miles Davis) 05:47
Miles Davis - tp, Cannonball Adderley - as, John Coltrane - ts, Red Garland - p, Paul Chambers - b, Philly Joe Jones - d
New York City, November 20, 1959
Sony/Columbia A6CK 65833, LC 00162
CD-Box: Miles Davis with John Coltrane

3. Word collage about: Hannibal (Marcus Miller) 07:22
Miles Davis - tp, Kenny Garrett - as, Foley - g, Deron Johnson - keyb,
Richard Patterson - el-b, Ricky Wellman - d
Hollywood Bowl, August 25, 1991
WB 936246032-2; LC 0392
CD: Live Around The World

4. Concierto De Arangues (Rodrigo) 16:18
Miles Davis (tp, flh); Ernie Royal, Bernie Glow, Taft Jordan, Louis Mucci (tp); Dick Hixon, Frank Rehak (tb); Jimmy Buffington, John Barrows, Earl Chapin (fr-h); Jimmy McAllister (tuba); Al Block, Eddie Caine (fl); Romeo Penque (oboe); Harold Feldman (oboe, cl); Jack Knitzer (bas); Janet Putnam (harp); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d); Elvin Jones, Jose Manguel (perc); Gil Evans (arr, cond)
New York City, November 20, 1959, Columbia 67397
Miles Davis & Gil Evans: CD-Box: The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings

5. Moon Dreams (McGregor, Mercer) 03:17
Miles Davis - tp, J.J. Johnson - tb, Gunther Schuller - frh, John Barber - tuba, Lee Konitz - as, Gerry Mulligan - bars, Als McKibbon - b, Max Roach - d
EMI/Capitol CDP 7 92862 2; LC 0133
CD: The Birth of The Cool

6. Miles & I: GUNTER SCHULLER
It Ain´t Necessarily So (Gershwin/Gershwin/Heyward) 04:23
Miles Davis - tp, flgh und Orchester Gil Evans
New York, July 29, 1958
Sony/Columbia CK 67471, LC 00162
CD-Box: Miles Davis/Gil Evans Complete Columbia Studio Recordings

7. Fantasy (Miles Davis, Easy Mo Bee) 04:39
WB 7599-26938-2; LC 00392
CD: Doo-Bop
Miles Davis presse quotes like a cabaret scene 06:34

8. PLACE 6 - VOTING: Agharta (3,4 %)
Prelude Part 1 (Miles Davis) (incomplete) 05:03
Miles Davis - tp, org; Sonny Fortune - ss, as, fl; Pete Cosey - g, synth, perc; Reggie Lucas - g, Michael Henderson - el-b, Al Foster - d, Mtume - cong, perc
Osaka Festival Hall, Japan, February 1, 1975
CBS 88159, LC 0149
CD: Agharta


 
Disc 7:

9. Miles & I: PATTI AUSTIN
My Ship (Ira Gershwin, Kurt Weill, Gil Evans) 04:28
Miles Davis - flh und Gil Evans Orchestra
New York City, May 10 and 27, 1957
Sony/Columbia CK 67471, LC 00162
CD-Box: Miles Davis/Gil Evans Complete Columbia Studio Recordings

10. Miles & I: KATHARINA RUTSCHKY
Freddie Freeloader (Miles Davis) 09:46
Miles Davis - tp, Cannonball Adderley - as, John Coltrane - ts, Wynton Kelly - p, Paul Chambers - b, Jimmy Cobb - d
New York City, March 2, 1959
Sony/Columbia A6CK 65833, LC 00162
CD-Box: Miles Davis with John Coltrane

11. Miles & I: CARLA BLEY
Walkin' (R. Carpenter) 12:34
Miles Davis - tp, Hand Mobley - ts, Wynton Kelly - p, Paul Chambers - b, Jimmy Cobb - d
San Francisco, April 21 and 22, 1961
Sony/Columbia C4K 87106; LC 00162
CD-Box: Complete At The Blackhawk

12. Miles & I: STEVE SWALLOW
Walkin' (R. Carpenter) 13:27
Miles Davis - tp, J.J. Johnson - tb, Lucky Thompson - ts, Horace Silver - p, Percy Heath - b, Kenny Clarke - d
Hackensack, New Jersey, April 29, 1954
Giants of Jazz CD 0221,
CD: Miles Davis, Evolution of a Genius, 1945-1954

13. PLACE 5 VOTING: We Want Miles (3,6 %)
Back Seat Betty (Miles Davis) 08:12
Miles Davis - tp, Marcus Miller - el-b, Bill Evans - ss, Mike Stern - g, Al Foster - d, Mino Cinelu - perc
Avery Fisher Hall, New York City, USA, July 5, 1981
CBS 466440 2; LC 0149,
CD: We Want Miles


Disc 8:

14. Miles & I: LALO SCHIFRIN
Sketches of Miles (Miles Davis, Lalo Schifrin) 12:27
Lalo Schifrin & London Philharmonic
East-West 4509-95589-2, LC 1557,
CD: More Jazz meets the Symphony

15. Miles & I: KLAUS DOLDINGER
Generique (Miles Davis) 02:45
Miles Davis - tp, Barney Wilen - ts, René Urtreger - p, Pierre Michelot - b, Kenny Clarke - d
Paris, France, December 4-5, 1957
Fontana 836305-2; LC 0211, CD: Ascenseur pour l´echafaud

16. Walkin' (R. Carpenter) 10:39
Miles Davis - tp, Wayne Shorter - ts, Herbie Hancock - p, Ron Carter - b, Tony Williams - d
Philharmonie, Berlin, Germany, September 25, 1964
Sony/Columbia C7K 90840, LC 00162
CD-Box: The Complete Columbia Recordings 1963-1964

17. Miles & I: MANFRED SCHOOF
The Leap (Miles Davis) 04:30
Miles Davis - tp, Horace Silver - p, Percy Heath - b, Art Blakey - d
Rudy van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, USA, March 6, 1954
United Artists UAS 29813E
LP: Miles Davis Sextet & Quartet

18. Miles & I: DAVID TOOP
Mood (Ron Carter, Miles Davis) 08:50
Miles Davis - tp, Wayne Shorter - ts, Herbie Hancock - p, Ron Carter - b, Tony Williams - d
Columbia Studio, Hollywood, USA, January 22, 1965
Sony/Columbia C6K 67398, LC-Nr 00162
CD-Box: Miles Davis Quintet 1965-1968

19. PLACE 4 VOTING: Tutu (4,6 %)
Tutu (Marcus Miller) 05:15
Miles Davis - tp, Marcus Miller - el-b, synth, ss, Paulinho DaCosta - perc
Capitol Records Studio, Los Angeles, USA, February 11, 1986
WB 925492-2; LC 0392
CD: Tutu


Disc 9:

20. My Funny Valentine (R. Rodgers, L. Hart) 05:59
Miles Davis - tp, John Coltrane - ts, Red Garland - p, Paul Chambers - b, Philly Joe Jones - d
Rudy van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, USA, October 26, 1956
Prestige 8805-2/CD 1; LC 0313
CD-Box: Workin´ and Steamin´

21. Radio play scene: two Generations Miles-Fans
What I Say (Miles Davis) 12:50
Miles Davis - tp, Gary Bartz - as, Keith Jarrett - el-p, org; Michael Henderson - el-b, Jack DeJohnette - d
Cellar Door Club, Washington, USA, December 16, 1970
Sony/Columbia C6K 93614; LC 00162
CD-Box: The Cellar Door Sessions 1970

22. Interview: John L. Walters (The Guardian, London)
about the releases of the Miles Davis archive 07:22

23. Miles & I: BILLY COBHAM
Great Expectations (Miles Davis) (incomplete) 04:36
Miles Davis - tp, Steve Grossman - ss, Bennie Maupin - bcl, Herbie Hancock - el-p, Chick Corea - el-p, John McLaughlin - g, Ron Carter - b, Harvey Brooks - el-b, Kahilil Balakirshna - sitar, Bihari Sharma - tabura, tabla; Billy Cobham - d, Airto Moreira - perc
Columbia Studio E, New York City, USA, November 19, 1969
Sony/Columbia AC4K 65570; LC 00162
CD-Box: Complete Bitches Brew Sessions

24. PLACE 3 VOTING: In A Silent Way (5,9 %)
Shhh/Peaceful (Miles Davis) 18:10
Miles Davis - tp, Wayne Shorter - ss, Chick Corea - el-p, Herbie Hancock - el-p, Joe Zawinul - org, John McLaughlin - g, David Holland - b, Tony Williams - d
Columbia Studio, New York City, USA, February 18, 1969
Sony/Columbia C3K 65362; LC 00162


Disc 10:

25. „A Hippie rings at Miles Davis“
Excerpt of an US radio broadcast, 2001 03:06

Günther Huesmann: Bandleading concepts of Miles Davis:
26. It´s About That Time (Miles Davis) 06:14
Miles Davis - tp, Wayne Shorter - ss, Chick Corea - el-p, Herbie Hancock - el-p, Joe Zawinul - org, John McLaughlin - g, David Holland - b, Tony Williams - d
Columbia Studio, New York City, USA, February 18, 1969
Sony/Columbia C3K 65362; LC 00162
CD-Box: Complete In A Silent Way Session

27. Willie Nelson/The Theme (Miles Davis) 07:57
Miles Davis - tp, Steve Grossman - ss, Chick Corea - el-p, Keith Jarrett - org, Dave Holland - el-b, b; Jack DeJohnette - d, Airto Moreira - perc
Fillmore East Auditorium, New York City, USA, June 20, 1970
Sony/Columbia C2K 65139; LC 00162
CD: Miles Davis at Fillmore

28. Back Seat Betty (Miles Davis) 10:00
Miles Davis - tp, Bill Evans - ss, Barry Finnerty - g, Marcus Miller - el-b, Al Foster - d, Sammy Figueroa - perc
Columbia Studio, New York City, USA, January 1981
Sony/Columbia 468701 2; LC 00162
CD: The Man with the Horn

29. Miles & I: MARILYN MAZUR
PLACE 2 VOTING: Bitches Brew (10,0 %)
Spanish Key (Miles Davis) 17:32
Miles Davis - tp, Wayne Shorter - ss, Bennie Maupin - bcl, Joe Zawinul - el-p, Larry Young - el-p, Chick Corea - el-p, John McLaughlin - g, Dave Holland - b, Harvey Brooks - el-b, Lenny White - d, Jack DeJohnette - d, Don Alias - conga, Jim Riley - perc
Columbia Studio B, New York City, USA, August 21, 1969
Sony/Columbia AC4K 65570; LC 00162
CD-Box: Complete Bitches Brew Sessions

30. Amandla (Marcus Miller) 05:20
Miles Davis - tp, Marcus Miller - el-b, keyb, Kenny Garrett - as, Joe Sample - p, Steve Khan - g, Omar Hakim - d, Don Alias - perc, Bashiri Johnson - perc
Clinton Recording Studios, New York City, USA, December 1988
WB 925873-2; LC 0382
CD: Amandla


Disc 11:

31. Miles & I: STEVE KHAN
Capricorn (Wayne Shorter) 08:27
Miles Davis - tp, Wayne Shorter - ts, Herbie Hancock - p, Ron Carter - b, Tony Williams - d
Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City, USA, June 13, 1967
Sony/Columbia C6K 67398, LC 00162
CD-Box: Miles Davis Quintet 1965-1968

32. Miles & I: MIKE GIBBS
Round Midnight (Monk, Williams, Hanighen) 07:28
Miles Davis - tp, Hand Mobley - ts, Wynton Kelly - p, Paul Chambers - b, Jimmy Cobb - d
Blackhawk Supper Club, San Francisco, USA, April 22, 1961
Sony/Columbia C4K 87106; LC 00162
CD-Box: Complete At The Blackhawk

Wilhelm Siepe: Miles Davis Horoscope
33. Stella By Starlight (Washington, Young) 13:04
Miles Davis - tp, Wayne Shorter - ts, Herbie Hancock - p, Ron Carter - b, Tony Williams - d
Philharmonie, Berlin, Germany, September 25, 1964
Sony/Columbia C7K 90840, LC-Nr 00162
CD-Box: The Complete Columbia Recordings 1963-1964

34. PLACE 1 VOTING: Kind of Blue (23,7 %)
So What (Miles Davis) 09:22
Miles Davis - tp, Cannonball Adderley - as, John Coltrane - ts, Wynton Kelly - p, Paul Chambers - b, Jimmy Cobb - d
Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City, USA, March 2, 1959
Sony/Columbia A6CK 65833, LC 00162
CD-Box: Miles Davis with John Coltrane

35. Nefertiti (Wayne Shorter) (incomplete) 00:56
Miles Davis - tp, Wayne Shorter - ts, Herbie Hancock - p, Ron Carter - b, Tony Williams - d
Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City, USA, June 7, 1967
Sony/Columbia C6K 67398, LC-Nr 00162
CD-Box: Miles Davis Quintet 1965-1968


Disc 12:

hr2, Thursday, May 25, 2006, 19.05-20.00 Uhr
hr2 Live-Jazz Spezial
Celebration the 80th Birthday of the „Prince of Darkness“
Miles Davis Group feat. Bill Evans & John Scofield
Philharmonie, Berlin, Germany, October 29, 1983 (part of 2nd show)

Miles Davis Septet:
Miles Davis (tp, synth), Bill Evans (ss, ts, fl), John Scofield (g), Robert Irving III (synth), Darryl Jones (el-b), Al Foster (d), Mino Cinelu (perc)

Speak (12:12)
Star People (08:42)
What It Is (10:12)
It Gets Better (12:15)
Jean Pierre (incomplete) 03:25