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Interprète: Miles Davis
Titre: The Cellar Door Sessions 1970
Label: Sony Music Japan International Inc.
Pays: Japan
Publié sur: 28 Dec 2005
Style: Free Improvisation, Jazz-Rock, Fusion, Modal
Cat: SICP 910~5, C6K 93614
Classement: 4.6/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
taille FLAC: 1095 mb | taille MP3: 2189 mb | taille WMA: 1622 mb
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Tracklist

1What I Say
Composed By – Miles Davis
13:10
2Improvisation #2
Composed By – Keith Jarrett
6:39
3Honky Tonk
Composed By – Miles Davis
17:01
4Directions
Composed By – Josef Zawinul
19:05
5 Friday, December 18 (2nd Set)
6Honky Tonk
Composed By – Miles Davis
20:00
7Honky Tonk
Composed By – Miles Davis
18:32
8What I Say
Composed By – Miles Davis
21:31
9Sanctuary
Composed By – Wayne Shorter
2:13
10It's About That Time
Composed By – Miles Davis
7:49
11What I Say
Composed By – Miles Davis
13:33
12Sanctuary
Composed By – Wayne Shorter
2:04
13Improvisation #1
Composed By – Keith Jarrett
4:29
14What I Say
Composed By – Miles Davis
14:12
15Directions
Composed By – Josef Zawinul
11:53
16Inamorata
Composed By – Miles Davis
18:28
17Yesternow
Composed By – Miles Davis
17:05
18 Wednesday, December 16 (1st Set)
19Improvisation #3
Composed By – Keith Jarrett
5:05
20 Thursday, December 17 (2nd Set)
21Honky Tonk
Composed By – Miles Davis
20:49
22Inamorata
Composed By – Miles Davis
15:14
23 Friday, December 18 (3rd Set)
24Directions
Composed By – Josef Zawinul
13:11
25Directions
Composed By – Josef Zawinul
15:09
26Sanctuary
Composed By – Wayne Shorter
0:30
27What I Say
Composed By – Miles Davis
15:09
28It's About That Time
Composed By – Miles Davis
14:41
29Improvisation #4
Composed By – Keith Jarrett
5:04
30Inamorata
Composed By – Miles Davis
14:33
31Directions
Composed By – Josef Zawinul
8:55
32Inamorata
Composed By – Miles Davis
14:00
33 Saturday, December 19 (2nd Set)
34 Saturday, December 19 (3rd Set)

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
C6K 93614Miles Davis The Cellar Door Sessions 1970 ‎(6xCD + Box, Comp)Columbia, LegacyC6K 93614US2005
C6K 93614, C6K93614Miles Davis The Cellar Door Sessions 1970 ‎(6xCD, RM + Box, Comp)Columbia, Legacy, Columbia, LegacyC6K 93614, C6K93614Europe2006
AC6K 93614Miles Davis The Cellar Door Sessions 1970 ‎(6xCD, Promo + 2xBox, Comp, Promo)Columbia, LegacyAC6K 93614US2005

Crédits

  • Art DirectionDan Ichimoto, Howard Fritzson, Seth Rothstein
  • Compiled ByAdam Holzman, Bob Belden
  • DesignDan Ichimoto
  • DrumsJack DeJohnette
  • Electric BassMichael Henderson
  • Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Organ [Fender Electric]Keith Jarrett
  • Engineer [Original Recordings]Stan Tonkel
  • GuitarJohn McLaughlin (tracks: 5-1 to 6-5)
  • Liner NotesAirto Moreira, Gary Bartz, Jack DeJohnette
  • Liner Notes [Introduction]Bob Belden
  • Liner Notes [The Cellar Door Overview]Adam Holzman
  • Liner Notes [The Cellar Door]John McLaughlin
  • Liner Notes [The Live - Evil Experience]Michael Henderson
  • Liner Notes [What Miles Wanted]Keith Jarrett
  • Mastered ByMark Wilder, Seth Foster
  • PercussionAirto Moreira (tracks: 2-1 to 6-5)
  • Photography By [Booklet Front, Pages 1, 4, 7, 11, 15, 16, 18, 25, 41, 89]Jim Marshall
  • Photography By [Page 21]Art Maillet, Sony Music Archives
  • Photography By [Page 55]Jan Persson
  • Photography By [Page 69]Sony Music Archives, Urve Kuusik
  • Photography By [Page 70]Chris Poisson
  • Photography By [Pages 12, 86]David Gahr
  • Photography By [Pages 72, 73]David Redfern, Retna Ltd
  • Photography By [Pages 8, 47, 64, 75, 80]Sandy Speiser, Sony Music Archives
  • Producer [Miles Davis Series Direction]Seth Rothstein, Steve Berkowitz
  • Producer [Original Recordings]Stan Tonkel (tracks: 1-1 to 1-5), Teo Macero (tracks: 2-1 to 6-5)
  • RemixJim Anderson
  • Soprano Saxophone, Alto SaxophoneGary Bartz
  • TrumpetMiles Davis

Notes

Originally recorded at the Cellar Door in Washington DC between 16 and 19 December 1970; released unedited in 2005.

Catalog# (Box): C6K 93614
Catalog# (OBI, Japanese Booklet, Discs): SICP 910~5

© 2005 Sony BMG Music Entertainment ℗ 2005 Sony BMG Music Entertainment

Packaging: Slip case edition, with 96-page booklet + seperate 24-page booklet in Japanese language

Codes-barres

  • Barcode: 4547366022384

Entreprises

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
  • Copyright (c) – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
  • Distributed By – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
  • Recorded At – The Cellar Door

Video

Album

The Cellar Door Sessions 1970 - Miles Davis. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. The Cellar Door Sessions 1970 is a boxed live album released in 2005. It was recorded over several nights in 1970 at the Washington D. nightclub The Cellar Door. Despite similar formatting to The Miles Davis Series of box sets, it is not part of that series. Live-Evil and this collection are the only official recordings of John McLaughlin's live performances with Miles Davis. The Cellar Door Sessions documents the great trumpeter-bandleader David at the helm of one of his most stimulating and electrifying groups. The sextet on The Cellar Doors bandstand Davis, saxophonist Gary Bartz, Keith Jarret playing electric organ and electric piano, Motown bassist Michael Henderson, drummer Jack DeJohnette, and percussionist Airto Moreira is a sheer marvel of kinetic energy. And adding more visionary pyrotechnics is the blazing guitar of John McLaughlin. Every member of this Davis band has subsequently proved to be a major figure in jazz in his own way, each has place. Miles Davis: Miles Davis tpt Gary Bartz ss, as Keith Jarrett el-p, org. The Cellar Door Sessions 1970. 1:38: free to Miles Davis The Cellar Door Sessions 1970 Directions - Live, Yesternow - Live and more. 28 tracks 345:08. The Cellar Door Sessions 1970 is a 2005 reissue of several 1970 concerts given by Miles Davis, at the Washington, DC nightclub, The Cellar Door. It is one of the few recordings that has Keith Jarrett playing electric piano. Live-Evil and this collection are the only live recordings of John McLaughlin live performances with Miles Davis. Discover more musi. For devotees of Miles Davis's so-called electric period, the full release of the music recorded live in December 1970 at the Washington, DC club The Cellar Door has long been something of a holy grail. A healthy sampling was released in 1971 on Live-Evil providing evidence that more of this sound existed. With the release of the 6-CD box set The Cellar Door Sessions 1970, all the anticipation is rewarded beyond measure. The music on these CDs has continued to evolve even from the heights of the four extraordinary studio LPs Miles Davis recorded in the previous 18 months: In a Silent Way rec. February 1969, Bitches Brew rec. March 6, 2006 5:00AM ET. Tom Moon. A mother lode of mind-expanding live music from 1970, the six-disc Cellar Door Sessions marks the moment just before jazz-rock fusion perverted itself into a marketing ploy. Here is Miles Davis, sonic seeker, sending desolate streaks of wah-wah trumpet into the unmapped ethos. His bursts of not-jazz galvanize a rhythm team that respects the backbeat yet delights in trampling convention - listen closely and you'll hear blues cliches and James Brown riffs profoundly and purposefully mangled. Fans will already know some of the music on the overwhelming 6xCD The Cellar Door Sessions 1970 because much of its final disc from the band's last date at the club was issued on 1971's Live-Evil. Of course, it was cut-up, rearranged, and interspersed with studio tracks, so even familiar performances sound new here. I guess it only goes to show you can't stop genius in the making. In December 1970, you couldn't stop Miles Davis. Miles at the Fillmore - Miles Davis 1970: The Bootleg Series Vol. Miles Davis. 6 out of 5 stars 156. Sample this album Artist Sample. Directions Live at the Cellar Door, Washington, DC 1st Set - December 16, 1970. A rare freshness and energy, to say nothing of a wealth of sterling musicianship, pervade these recordings and while only a truly devoted Davisite could be expected to hang on for the full ride, it's obvious there are more than enough of us to guarantee an audience for worthy releases like THE CELLAR DOOR SESSIONS far, far into the future