Miles Davis

Porgy and Bess (JT 946)

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1958

Porgy and Bess

Miles Davis

Jazz Track

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JTR 120359

JT 946

JAZZ

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Porgy and Bess

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CD 8,26 €

THIS RELEASE CONTAINS THE COMPLETE CLASSIC ALBUM PORBYAND BESSW MILES DAVIS WITH THE" , GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA. AS A BONUS, FOUR EXTRA TRACKS HAVE BEEN ADDED FEATURING MILES PLAYING GERSHWIN TUNES WITH JAZZ GIANTS SUCH AS SONNY ROLLINS, THELONIOUS MONK AND MILT JACKSON.

*****- DOWN BEAT (1958) "The inherent pensiveness of Gil Evans' writing and the introversion of"; Miles Davis' playing produce something akin to a gas flame turned as low as it can be without going out. Its heat is quiet, but very intense. The Davis-Evans relationship has again produced superb music." (Gene Lees, 1958)

01 THE BUZZARD SONG 02 BESS, YOU IS MY WOMAN NOW 03 GONE 04 GONE, GONE, GONE 05 SUMMERTIME 06 BESS, OH, WHERE'S MY BESS 07 PRAYER (OH, DOCTOR JESUS) 08 FISHERMEN, STRAWBERRY AND DEVIL CRAB 09 MY MAN'SGONENOW10ITAIN'TNECESSARILYS011 HERECOMEDEHONEYMAN 12 1 LOVESYOU, PORGY 13 THERE'S A BOAT THAT'S LEAVING SOON FOR NEW YORK 14 BUT NOT FOR ME (take 1)* 15 BUT NOT FOR ME (take 2)* 16 THE MAN I LOVE (take D* 17 THE MAN I LOVE (take 2)*

TOTAL TIME: 77:18

MUSIC ON ALL TRACKS BY GEORGE GERSHWIN

ON 1-13, LYRICS BY IRA GERSHWIN AND DUBOSE HEYWARD ON 14-17, LYRICS BY IRA GERSHWIN

Personnel

MILES DAVIS, trumpet & flugelhorn / Orchestra under the direction of GIL EVANS Johnny Coles, Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Louis Mucci (tp), Joe Bennett, Frank Rehak, Jimmy Cleveland, Dick Hixson (tb), Willie Ruff, Julius Watkins, Gunther Schuller (fhr), Bul Barber (tu), Phil Bodner or Jerome Richardson, Romeo Penque (fl, el), Danny Bank (b-cl, fl), Julian "Cannonball" Adderley (as), Paul Chambers (b), Philly Joe Jones or Jimmy Cobb (d), Gil Evans (arr, cond).
New York, July-August, 1958.

*BONUS TRACKS:
14-15: Miles Davis (tp), Sonny Rollins (ts), Horace Silver (p), Percy Heath (b), Kenny Clarke (d). Hackensack, New Jersey, June 29,1954.

16-17: Miles Davis (tp), Milt Jackson (vib), Thelonious Monk (p), Percy Heath (b), Kenny Clarke (d). Hackensack, New Jersey, December 24,1954.

See 16-page booklet for complete information.