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Music From And Inspired By Birth Of The Cool, A Film by Stanley Nelson

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Miles Davis

Label: Legacy Recordings
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

Commentary: Herbie Hancock, Jimmy Heath; Milestones; Commentary: Greg Tate; Donna Le; Commentary: Ashley Kahn, Symphony Sid Introduction; Moon Dreams' Commentary: George Wein; ‘Round Midnight; Commentary: Carlos Santana; It Never Entered My Mind; Commentary: Vincent Bessieres; Generique; Commentary: Jimmy Cobb; So What; Commentary: Gil Evans; New Rhumba; Commentary: Frances Taylor Davis; The Pan Piper (Alborada de Vigo); Commentary: Jack Chambers; Someday My Prince Will Come; Commentary: Wayne Shorter; Footprints; Commentary: Carlos Santana, Quincy Troupe; Miles Runs The Voodoo Down; Commentary: Marcus Miller; Tutu; Commentary: Erin Davis ;Hail To The Real Chief.

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Miles Davis
Miles Davis

trumpet

Additional Personnel / Information

Miles Davis: trumpet, flugelhorn; Johnny Coles: trumpet; Jeremy Pelt: trumpet; Bernie Glow: lead trumpet; Ernie Royal: trumpet; Louis Mucci: trumpet; Taft Jordan: trumpet; John Carisi: trumpet; Ernie Royal: trumpet; J.J. Johnson: trombone; Frank Rehak: trombone; Jimmy Cleveland: trombone; Joe Bennett: trombone; Dick Hixon: trombone; Tom Mitchell: bass trombone; Albert Bock: flute; Eddie Caine: flute; Gunther Schuller: French horn; John Barrows: French horn; Earl Chapin: French horn; Willie Ruff: French horn; Tony Miranda: French horn; Jim Buffington: French horn; Joe Singer: French horn; Bill Barber: tuba; Jimmy McAllister: tuba; Charlie Parker: alto saxophone; Lee Konitz: alto saxophone; Gerry Mulligan: baritone saxophone; John "Cannonball" Adderley: alto saxophone; John Coltrane: tenor saxophone; Antoine Roney: tenor saxophone; Emilio Modeste: tenor saxophone; Barney Wilen: tenor saxophone; Wayne Shorter: tenor saxophone; Hank Mobley: tenor saxophone; ; Danny Bank: bass clarinet; Romeo Penque: flute, oboe, clarinet; Sid Cooper: flute, clarinet; Harold Feldman: clarinet, flute, oboe; Bennie Maupin: bass clarinet; Jack Knitzer: bassoon; Janet Putnam: harp; Joe Zawinul: electric piano; Larry Young: electric piano; Chick Corea: electric piano; Bill Evans: piano; John Lewis: piano; Herbie Hancock: piano; Wynton Kelly: piano; Bud Powell: piano; Rene Urtreger: piano; Red Garland; piano; Bernard Wright: keys; Jason Miles: synthesizer programming; John Scofield: guitar; Quintin Zito: guitar; Ron Carter: double bass; Paul Chambers: double bass; Tommy Potter: bass; Marcus Miller: bass; Dave Holland: bass; Harvey Brooks: bass; Pierre Michelot: bass; Al McKibbon: bass; Juma Santos: percussion; Jose Mangual: percussion; Elvin Jones: percussion; Paulhino da Costa: percussion; Art Taylor: drums; Philly Joe Jones: drums; Max Roach: drums; Kenny Clarke: drums; Jimmy Cobb: drums; Jack DeJohnette: drums; Lenny White: drums; Tony Williams; drums; Billy Hart: drums, bongos; Vince Wilburn Jr.: drums; Gil Evans: arranger and conductor.

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Definitive modern jazz


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