Miles Davis Bootleg Sessions

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At Newport - The Bootleg Series - Vol. 4

Miles Davis

The 4th installment of the great Bootleg Series from Miles Davis is already available. A 40-track anthology of live recordings from the iconic jazz festival, spanning twenty highly creative years with nearly 4 hours of unreleased material!! Davis first performed at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1955, stealing the show with a breakout solo on "Round Midnight" where he placed the bell of his trumpet right up against the microphone. The performance earned him a deal with Columbia Records.Miles Davis at Newport 1955 - 1975 arrives 60 years after that first appearance and celebrates Davis' lengthy relationship with the festival and its founder, George Wein, while also tracing his development as a performer and artist.

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Reference:
146001
Label:
Columbia
Label code:
888750819529
Format:
Cd
Number of discs:
4

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