Live In Europe 1967 - The Bootleg Series Vol. 1

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Live In Europe 1967 - The Bootleg Series Vol. 1

Limited Edition

3 CDs & 1 DVD -  $49.98


In 1967, the Miles Davis Quintet with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams was at the peak of its powers, reinventing itself and scaling new heights night after night. This box set features three concerts from October-November 1967 on 3 CDs in excellent sound and complete form plus a DVD of the band at a German and a Swedish concert. 44 years later, jazz doesn't get any better or deeper than this.
CD 1
1. Agitation (Antwerp)
2. Footprints (Antwerp)
3. 'Round Midnight (Antwerp)
4. No Blues (Antwerp)
5. Riot (Antwerp)
6. On Green Dolphin Street (Antwerp)
7. Masqualero (Antwerp)
8. Gingerbread Boy (Antwerp)
9. The Theme (Antwerp)

CD 2
1. Agitation (Copenhagen)
2. Footprints (Copenhagen)
3. 'Round Midnight (Copenhagen)
4. No Blues (Copenhagen)
5. Masqualero (Copenhagen)
6. Agitation (Paris)
7. Footprints (Paris)

CD 3
1. 'Round Midnight (Paris)
2. No Blues (Paris)
3. Masqualero (Paris)
4. I Fall In Love Too Easily (Paris)
5. Riot (Paris)
6. Walkin' (Paris)
7. On Green Dolphin Street (Paris)
8. The Theme (Paris)

1. Agitation (Karlsruhe)
2. Footprints (Karlsruhe)
3. I Fall In Love Too Easily (Karlsruhe)
4. Gingerbread Boy (Karlsruhe)
5. The Theme (Karlsruhe)
6. Agitation (Stockholm)
7. Footprints (Stockholm)
8. 'Round Midnight (Stockholm)
9. Gingerbread Boy (Stockholm)
10. The Theme (Stockholm)

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