The Complete Columbia Recordings of Miles Davis with John Coltrane is a box set featuring jazz musicians Miles Davis and John Coltrane.
Miles Davis & John Coltrane The Final Tour is a four compact disc live album compiling five sets from three locations of performances by the Miles Davis Quintet in Europe during late March 1960. The anthology was released by Legacy in 2018 and topped the Billboard Jazz Albums chart
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Album · 2000 · 58 Songs. On songs like the melancholic "'Round Midnight," Davis makes restrained and delicately phrased statements with his muted trumpet, while Coltrane blows through the feisty "Two Bass Hit" with his trademark intense expressive lyricism. The Complete Columbia Recordings: Miles Davis & John Coltrane Miles Davis.
Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane. Trumpet – Miles Davis. Voice – Carl-Erik Lindgren (tracks: B2, C1). Notes. Hi, I have a japanese pressing of this album that is not the davis and stitt 2xLP that is listed as the japanese pressing of this and has a slightly different tracklist to the swedish pressing. The CAT for this album I have is 25006/25007 as opposed to 25012/25013 as is listed for japanese davis and stitt 2xLP. Thanks, Tex. Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful.
Featuring nine selections, it begins with the first recorded appearance of the new Miles Davis Quintet in 1955 that featured the two principals, Red Garland, Paul Chambers, and Philly Joe Jones. Aside from an alternate take of "Straight, No Chaser" and the inclusion of "Dear Old Stockholm" - standard enough in the quintet's repertoire but not a signature number - the disc traces the evolution of the band through its extension into a sextet. The album closes with a further evolution of the sextet, and the last that included Coltrane. Hank Mobley joined the band to replace Adderley and Kelly was the band's full-time pianist. The last cut, "Someday My Prince Will Come," features the most searing and melodic solo Coltrane ever played during his tenure with Davis. Its intensity is white hot and his lyricism is unrivaled. It was the way to go out - swinging.
|A1||–John Coltrane||Blue Train|
|B1||–John Coltrane||Shifting Down|
|B2||–John Coltrane||Like Someone In Love|
|C1||–Miles Davis||Dear Old Stockholm|
|C2||–Miles Davis||Chance It|
|D1||–Miles Davis||Woody 'n You|
|D2||–Miles Davis||Well You Needn't|
|D3||–Miles Davis||The Leap|
|D4||–Miles Davis||Lazy Suzan|
|D5||–Miles Davis||Tempus Fugit|
|D6||–Miles Davis||It Never Entered My Mind|