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An outstanding new CD series of NEVER-BEFORE RELEASED performances by jazz icons recorded live at the worldrenowned Monterey Jazz Festival; all recorded at the height of each Artists' artistic powers. These are the INAUGURAL RELEASES of Concord Music Group and Monterey Jazz Festival's Monterey Jazz Festival Records imprint. This is the first time a festival has launched its own label. MJF's archives contain more than 1600 tapes with more than 2000 hours of concerts in the vault A JAZZ BONANZA!
Somehow this recording had passed under my radar. This era of Miles Quintet is one of my favorites, and glad that there is another recorded document out there.Published 17 months ago by Jeremy Manasia
Regardless the flood of albums issued after his death, this "Live at the 1963 Monterey Jazz Festival" is a good example of Miles power and influence in the music of an era. Read morePublished on July 9, 2013 by Jose Mario Serra
Bought this for my mother-n-law for christmas she just loved it. I would recommend this cd for easy listeningfor anyone.Published on January 3, 2013 by beboop
The sound of this recording is indescribable.That the music matches it makes it indispensable for music lovers.Never heard GC in such swinging command.Unreal.Published on June 17, 2012 by monks time
I know this was a transitional band for Miles. He was waiting for Wayne Shorter to become available to join his band, and utilized George Coleman in the tenor sax chair until Wayne... Read morePublished on December 13, 2011 by Dean Robb
I own a large number of Miles Davis CDs (too many) and only yesterday added "Winter In Europe", a recent release, to the collection. Read morePublished on December 3, 2008 by Big Miles Davis Fan
I can't really ever get enough enough of Miles. My i-Pod says it all - the most played MP3s = Miles and Miles and Miles of Miles. This is a great performance.Published on September 10, 2008 by D. Donohue
This is a live performance of the quintet with Miles, George Coleman on sax, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, and Tony Williams. It opens up quite nicely with "Autumn Leaves". Read morePublished on February 20, 2008 by Anthony Cooper
Isn't it amazing when a quality package FAILS to credit the folks who made the recordings?
Wake up, CONCORD and MJFR - when the Amazon reviewers can hear the sound... Read more