Miles Davis - Miles Davis At Carnegie Hall album
Miles Davis at Carnegie Hall is a live album by American jazz musician Miles Davis. Subtitled The Legendary Performances of May 19, 1961, it was released by Columbia Records as CL 1812 in monaural and CS 8612 as "electronically re-channeled for stereo. This live performance features Davis with his regular quintet and also accompanied by Gil Evans and his 21-piece orchestra.
The transition began in June 62. This LP was pressed & released in July 62. The 6 eyes are definitely from June-July 62 but the 2 eyes will be from June 62-July 63 when the 2 eye label changed again to include small black arrows at either end of the "360 Sound Stereo" lettering. Matrix, Runout (Side A Variation 1): XSM-56273-1E.
In 1998, Columbia/Legacy reissued Miles Davis at Carnegie Hall as a double-disc set that contained all of the music performed at the concert from May 19, 1961. Davis is captured with his transitional small combo featuring Hank Mobley, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, and Jimmy Cobb, as well as with the Gil Evans Orchestra. It was one of only two concerts Davis and Evans performed together, and that alone makes the album necessary for collectors, but the music itself is terrific.
Album · 1962 · 11 Songs. Medley: The Meaning of the Blues, Lament (Live). Gil Evans, Jimmy Cobb, Miles Davis, Paul Chambers, Wynton Kelly & Hank Mobley. 6. New Rhumba (Live). Gil Evans, Jimmy Cobb, Hank Mobley, Miles Davis, Paul Chambers & Wynton Kelly. 1. Someday My Prince Will Come (Live). Jimmy Cobb, Gil Evans, Hank Mobley, Miles Davis, Paul Chambers & Wynton Kelly.
At Carnegie Hall is a music live recording by MILES DAVIS (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1961 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Dark Magus: Live at Carnegie Hall Sony Legacy 1997. At The Carnegie Hall Part One IMPORTS 2015. Miles Davis At Carnegie Hall Remastered Columbia, Legacy 1998.
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Written-By – M. Davis*
|A2||Spring Is Here
Written-By – L. Hart - R. Rodgers*
Written-By – M. Davis*
Written-By – S. Rollins*
|B2||Someday My Prince Will Come
Written-By – F. E. Churchill*, L. Morey*
|B3||The Meaning Of The Blues / Lament / New Rhumba
Written-By [Lament] – J. J. Johnson*Written-By [New Rhumba] – A. Jamal*Written-By [The Meaning Of The Blues] – B. Troup*, L. Worth*
- Recorded At – Carnegie Hall
- Copyright (c) – Columbia Records
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
- Artwork [Cover] – Joe Eula
- Featuring – Gil Evans And His 21-Piece Orchestra*, Hank Mobley, Jimmy Cobb, Paul Chambers , Wynton Kelly
- Producer – Teo Macero
- Sleeve Notes – Bill Coss, George T. Simon, John S. Wilson
NotesColumbia "Two Eye" label, no arrows
"The Legendary Performance Of May 19, 1961"
Gil Evans appears through the courtesy of Impulse Records
A1, A3--Musical Frontiers Pub. Co., Inc. (BMI)
A2--Robbins Music Corp. (ASCAP)
B1--Prestige Music Co. (BMI)
B2--Bourne, Inc. (ASCAP)
B3: The Meaning Of The Blues--Northern Music Corp. (ASCAP); Lament--Crossroads Music (BMI); New Rhumba--Ahmad Jamal (BMI)
© Columbia Records 1962
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): x"Lp" 56271
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): x"Lp" 56272
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): XLP56271-1F P
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): XLP56272-1F P
- Rights Society: BMI
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|CL 1812||Miles Davis||Miles Davis At Carnegie Hall (LP, Album, Mono)||Columbia||CL 1812||US||1962|
|SBP 473001||Miles Davis||Miles Davis At Carnegie Hall (LP, Album)||Columbia||SBP 473001||New Zealand||1962|
|CS 8612||Miles Davis||Miles Davis At Carnegie Hall (LP, Album, RE)||Columbia||CS 8612||US||1971|
|JD 12107/8||Miles Davis And The Gil Evans Orchestra*||Miles Davis And The Gil Evans Orchestra* - At Carnegie Hall (2xCD, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Jazz Door||JD 12107/8||Germany||1995|
|YOUR SERVANT 006/2||Miles Davis||Miles Davis At Carnegie Hall - The Legendary Performance of May 19,1961 (2xLP, Unofficial)||Your Servant Records||YOUR SERVANT 006/2||Europe||2016|