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You're Under Arrest

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Miles Davis's final Columbia recording (other than Aura which was released several years later) includes his straightforward ballad interpretations of Cyndy Lauper's "Time After Time" and the Michael Jackson-associated "Human Nature," two songs he would play in most of his concerts for the remainder of his life. Other tunes (including "You're Under Arrest," "One Phone Call" and "Ms. Morrisine") were quickly discarded. In addition to Davis (who had regained his earlier chops) tenor-saxophonist Bob Berg, guitarist John Scofield and guest John McLaughlin get in a few decent solos on this competent but not overly memorable effort.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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1
One Phone Call/Street Scenes (Album Version)
00:04:35

Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Trumpet - Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Performer - Al Foster, Drums - Bob Berg, Soprano Saxophone - Tom Swift, Recording Engineer - ROBERT IRVING III, Producer - Ronald F. Lorman, Recording Engineer - John Scofield, Guitar - Steve Thornton, Performer - Steve Thornton, Percussion - Miles Davis, Producer - Miles Davis, Composer - Miles Davis, Arranger - Miles Davis, Performer - Vince Wilburn Jr., Co-Producer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Darryl Jones, Bass - Marek Olko, Performer - Sting ., Performer - Dr. George Butler, Executive Producer -

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

2
Human Nature (Album Version)
00:04:29

Vince Wilburn, Drums - ROBERT IRVING III, Producer - John Scofield, Electric Guitar - John Bettis, Lyricist - John Bettis, Composer - S. Porcaro, Composer - S. Porcaro, Lyricist - Steve Thornton, Percussion - Miles Davis, Producer - Miles Davis, Performer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - Vince Wilburn Jr., Co-Producer - Robert Irving III, Synthesizer - Darryl Jones, Acoustic Bass - Dr. George Butler, Executive Producer -

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

3
MD1/Something's On Your Mind/MD2 (Album Version)
00:07:17

Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Arranger - Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Trumpet - Tom Swift, Recording Engineer - ROBERT IRVING III, Producer - J. Williams, Lyricist - J. Williams, Composer - Ronald F. Lorman, Recording Engineer - John Scofield, Guitar - C.H. Eaves, Composer - Steve Thornton, Percussion - Miles Davis, Producer - Miles Davis, Performer - Vince Wilburn Jr., Co-Producer - Vince Wilburn Jr., Drums - Robert Irving III, Arranger - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Dr. George Butler, Executive Producer -

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

4
Ms. Morrisine (Album Version)
00:04:52

R. IRVING III, Composer - Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Arranger - Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Trumpet - Tom Swift, Recording Engineer - ROBERT IRVING III, Producer - Ronald F. Lorman, Recording Engineer - Steve Thornton, Percussion - Miles Davis, Producer - Miles Davis, Composer - Miles Davis, Performer - Vince Wilburn Jr., Co-Producer - Vince Wilburn Jr., Drums - Robert Irving III, Keyboards - Robert Irving III, Arranger - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - M. Tynes Irving, Composer - John McLaughlin, Guitar - Dr. George Butler, Executive Producer -

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
Katia Prelude (Album Version)
00:00:42

R. IRVING III, Composer - Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Arranger - Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Trumpet - Tom Swift, Recording Engineer - ROBERT IRVING III, Producer - Ronald F. Lorman, Recording Engineer - Steve Thornton, Percussion - Miles Davis, Producer - Miles Davis, Composer - Miles Davis, Performer - Vince Wilburn Jr., Co-Producer - Vince Wilburn Jr., Drums - Robert Irving III, Arranger - Robert Irving III, Keyboards - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - John McLaughlin, Guitar - Dr. George Butler, Executive Producer -

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
Katia (Album Version)
00:07:38

R. IRVING III, Composer - Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Arranger - Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Trumpet - Tom Swift, Recording Engineer - ROBERT IRVING III, Producer - Ronald F. Lorman, Recording Engineer - Steve Thornton, Percussion - Miles Davis, Producer - Miles Davis, Composer - Miles Davis, Performer - Vince Wilburn Jr., Co-Producer - Vince Wilburn Jr., Drums - Robert Irving III, Arranger - Robert Irving III, Keyboards - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - John McLaughlin, Guitar - Dr. George Butler, Executive Producer -

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
Time After Time (Album Version)
00:03:38

Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Trumpet - Al Foster, Drums - Bob Berg, Tenor Saxophone - ROBERT IRVING III, Producer - R. Hyman, Composer - R. Hyman, Lyricist - Steve Thornton, Percussion - Miles Davis, Producer - Miles Davis, Performer - Vince Wilburn Jr., Co-Producer - Robert Irving III, Keyboards - Darryl Jones, Bass -

(P) 1985 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
You're Under Arrest (Album Version)
00:06:13

Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Arranger - Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Trumpet - Al Foster, Drums - Ronald F. Lorman, Recording Engineer - Bob Berg, Tenor Saxophone - Tom Swift, Recording Engineer - ROBERT IRVING III, Producer - John Scofield, Composer - Steve Thornton, Percussion - Miles Davis, Producer - Miles Davis, Performer - Vince Wilburn Jr., Co-Producer - Robert Irving III, Keyboards - Robert Irving III, Arranger - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Darryl Jones, Bass - Dr. George Butler, Executive Producer -

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

9
Jean Pierre/You're Under/ Then There Were None (Album Version)
00:03:22

R. IRVING III, Composer - R. IRVING III, Lyricist - Miles Davis & His Orchestra, Trumpet - Al Foster, Drums - Bob Berg, Tenor Saxophone - Tom Swift, Recording Engineer - ROBERT IRVING III, Producer - Ronald F. Lorman, Recording Engineer - John Scofield, Guitar - John Scofield, Arranger - M. Davis, Lyricist - M. Davis, Composer - Steve Thornton, Percussion - Miles Davis, Performer - Miles Davis, Producer - Miles Davis, Arranger - Miles Davis, Lyricist - Miles Davis, Composer - Vince Wilburn Jr., Co-Producer - Robert Irving III, Arranger - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Darryl Jones, Bass - Dr. George Butler, Executive Producer - J. Scofield, Composer - J. Scofield, Lyricist -

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Album Description

Miles Davis's final Columbia recording (other than Aura which was released several years later) includes his straightforward ballad interpretations of Cyndy Lauper's "Time After Time" and the Michael Jackson-associated "Human Nature," two songs he would play in most of his concerts for the remainder of his life. Other tunes (including "You're Under Arrest," "One Phone Call" and "Ms. Morrisine") were quickly discarded. In addition to Davis (who had regained his earlier chops) tenor-saxophonist Bob Berg, guitarist John Scofield and guest John McLaughlin get in a few decent solos on this competent but not overly memorable effort.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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