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Miles & Quincy Live at Montreux

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In the summer of 1991, Miles Davis did what he said he would never do: revisit the past. Joined by a large orchestra conducted by Quincy Jones at that year's Montreux Jazz Festival (only a couple months before his death), Miles is seen performing Gil Evans arrangements from the Birth of the Cool band and the three famous albums Miles Ahead, Porgy and Bess, and Sketches of Spain. Miles generally plays pretty well, although his decision to allocate some of his solo space to his chief imitator Wallace Roney and altoist Kenny Garrett was unfortunate. But overall, this is a pretty successful effort that ranks historically as Miles Davis' last hurrah. ~ Scott Yanow

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1
Introduction by Claude Nobs and Quincy Jones (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:01:23

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

2
Boplicity (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:03:40

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans, Arranger - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Cleo Henry, Composer - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

3
Introduction to Miles Ahead Medley (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:00:08

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

4
Springsville (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:03:33

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - John Carisi, Writer - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

5
Maids of Cadiz (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:03:37

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Léo Delibes, Composer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans, Arranger - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

6
The Duke (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:04:00

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - Dave Brubeck, Writer - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans, Arranger - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

7
My Ship (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:04:10

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - Ira Gershwin, Writer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - Kurt Weil, Writer - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans, Arranger - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

8
Miles Ahead (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:03:38

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Miles Davis, Trumpet, Writer - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans, Arranger, Writer - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - M. Davis, Composer, Writer - Maria Schneider, Orchestration - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

9
Blues for Pablo (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:06:03

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans, Arranger, Writer - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

10
Introduction to Porgy and Bess Medley (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:00:29

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

11
Orgone (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:04:08

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans, Arranger, Writer - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

12
Gone, Gone Gone (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:01:47

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - George Gershwin, Writer - Ira Gershwin, Writer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Dubose Heyward, Writer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans, Arranger - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

13
Summertime (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:02:57

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - George Gershwin, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Ira Gershwin, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Dubose Heyward, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans, Arranger - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

14
Here Come De Honey Man (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:03:41

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - George Gershwin, Writer - Ira Gershwin, Writer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Dubose Heyward, Writer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans, Arranger - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

15
The Pan Piper (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:01:42

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans, Arranger, Writer - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

16
Solea (Live Version) (Live Album Version) 00:11:38

Jerry Hey, Associate Producer - Quincy Jones, Conductor, Producer - Miles Davis, Trumpet - KENNY GARRETT, Alto Saxophone - CLAUDE NOBS, Executive Producer - Louise Velazquez, Executive Producer - WALLACE RONEY, Trumpet - GIL GOLDSTEIN, Orchestration - The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Orchestra - Gil Evans, Arranger, Writer - Gil Evans Orchestra, Orchestra - Miles Davis & Quincy Jones, MainArtist

1993 Warner Records Inc. 1993 Warner Records Inc.

Album Description

In the summer of 1991, Miles Davis did what he said he would never do: revisit the past. Joined by a large orchestra conducted by Quincy Jones at that year's Montreux Jazz Festival (only a couple months before his death), Miles is seen performing Gil Evans arrangements from the Birth of the Cool band and the three famous albums Miles Ahead, Porgy and Bess, and Sketches of Spain. Miles generally plays pretty well, although his decision to allocate some of his solo space to his chief imitator Wallace Roney and altoist Kenny Garrett was unfortunate. But overall, this is a pretty successful effort that ranks historically as Miles Davis' last hurrah. ~ Scott Yanow

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