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My Funny Valentine

Miles Davis

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Miles Davis' concert of February 12, 1964, was divided into two LPs, with all of the ballads put on My Funny Valentine. These five lengthy tracks (specifically, "All of You," "Stella by Starlight," "All Blues," "I Thought About You," and the title cut) put the emphasis on the lyricism of Davis, along with some strong statements from tenor saxophonist George Coleman and freer moments from the young rhythm section of pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Tony Williams. This hour-long LP complements the up-tempo romps of Four & More.
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1
My Funny Valentine (Live Version)
00:15:00

George Coleman, Tenor Saxophone - Herbie Hancock, Piano - L. Hart, Composer - L. Hart, Lyricist - Miles Davis, Performer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - R. Rodgers, Composer - R. Rodgers, Lyricist - Ron Carter, Bass - Teo Macero, Producer - Tony Williams, Drums

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
All of You (Live Version)
00:14:54

C. Porter, Composer - C. Porter, Lyricist - George Coleman, Tenor Saxophone - Herbie Hancock, Piano - Miles Davis, Performer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - Ron Carter, Bass - Teo Macero, Producer - Tony Williams, Drums

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Stella by Starlight (Live Version)
00:12:58

George Coleman, Tenor Saxophone - Herbie Hancock, Piano - Miles Davis, Performer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - N. Washington, Composer - N. Washington, Lyricist - Ron Carter, Bass - Teo Macero, Producer - Tony Williams, Drums - V. Young, Composer - V. Young, Lyricist

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
All Blues (Live Version)
00:08:54

George Coleman, Tenor Saxophone - Herbie Hancock, Piano - M. Davis, Composer - M. Davis, Lyricist - Miles Davis, Performer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - Ron Carter, Bass - Teo Macero, Producer - Tony Williams, Drums

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
I Thought About You (Live Version)
00:11:14

George Coleman, Tenor Saxophone - Herbie Hancock, Piano - J. Mercer, Composer - J. Mercer, Lyricist - J. Van Heusen, Composer - J. Van Heusen, Lyricist - Miles Davis, Performer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - Ron Carter, Bass - Teo Macero, Producer - Tony Williams, Drums

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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Miles Davis' concert of February 12, 1964, was divided into two LPs, with all of the ballads put on My Funny Valentine. These five lengthy tracks (specifically, "All of You," "Stella by Starlight," "All Blues," "I Thought About You," and the title cut) put the emphasis on the lyricism of Davis, along with some strong statements from tenor saxophonist George Coleman and freer moments from the young rhythm section of pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Tony Williams. This hour-long LP complements the up-tempo romps of Four & More.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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