Miles Davis John Coltrane The Final Tour Paris March 21 1960

Languages Deutsch Edit links. Upon his return home in AprilColtrane got back to leading his own band and pursuing his own musical paths. Intriguingly, the tour program listed one other band member, vibraphonist Buddy Montgomery—brother to guitarist Wes and bassist Monk. Categories : live albums Miles Davis live albums Albums recorded at the Newport Jazz Festival s Miles Davis John Coltrane The Final Tour Paris March 21 1960 album stubs. Notify me when Classics becomes available to the public. KonserthusetStockholm first set. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

The common judgement is that this concert found a great jazz ensemble—the Miles Davis Quintet of —audibly straining to hold itself together stylistically, its members moving in divergent directions, their music unable to hide an inner turmoil between the musicians—to the point that the audience responded to it, clearly and audibly.

He gave me notice he would be leaving the group when we got home. An equally convincing interpretation of these performances from is that Miles and his quintet were redefining what a great band could sound like, and how much music it could contain—at one time, in one concert, even in one tune.

Bring your identity and your own ideas to the mix. Surprise me! Surprise indeed; there was that, in abundance on March 21, As overseas jazz tours went back then, it was longer than most, running for three weeks from March 21 through April Most shows sold to capacity and reviews were uniformly positive, focusing often on Miles.

Add Classics to my membership. Notify me when Classics becomes available to the public. The tour held a few firsts for Miles. It was a career breakthrough for him in Europe, upgrading from the jazz club circuit in the U. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Languages Deutsch Edit links.

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Surprise indeed; there was that, in abundance on March 21, As overseas jazz tours went back then, it was longer than most, running for three weeks from March 21 through April Most shows sold to capacity and reviews were uniformly positive, focusing often on Miles.

Add Classics to my membership. Notify me when Classics becomes available to the public. The tour held a few firsts for Miles. It was a career breakthrough for him in Europe, upgrading from the jazz club circuit in the U. In early , Miles was leading a quintet that featured most of the lineup from his recent recording Kind of Blue: pianist Wynton Kelly, bassist Paul Chambers, drummer Jimmy Cobb, and tenor saxophonist John Coltrane. Intriguingly, the tour program listed one other band member, vibraphonist Buddy Montgomery—brother to guitarist Wes and bassist Monk.

Apparently, an intense fear of flying caused him to cancel at the last minute. Upon his return home in April , Coltrane got back to leading his own band and pursuing his own musical paths. You can read the rest of the Listening Notes, and hear the album, by signing up for Classics.

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