Miles Davis with Quincy Jones & the Gil Evans Orchestra 1991

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Miles Davis with Quincy Jones & the Gil Evans Orchestra 1991
● Miles Davis (tp), Wallace Roney (tp, fglh), Kenny Garrett (as)
● Quincy Jones – conductor, producer
● The Gil Evans Orchestra: Lew Soloff (tp), Miles Evans sic (tp), Tom Malone (tb), Alex Foster (as ss , fl), George Adams (ts, fl), Gil Goldstein (key), Delmar Brown (key), Kenwood Dennard (dr, per)
● The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band: George Gruntz (p), Marvin Stamm (tp, fglh), John D’Earth (tp, fglh), Jack Walrath (tp, fglh), John Clark (frh), Tom Varner (frh), Dave Bargeron (euph, tb), Earl McIntyre (euph, tb), Dave Taylor (b-tb), Howard Johnson (tu, bs), Sal Giorgianni (as), Bob Malach (ts, fl, cl), Larry Schneider (ts, ob, fl, cl), Jerry Bergonzi (ts), Mike Richmond (d-b), John Riley (dr, per)
● Additional musicians with the GGCJB: Manfred Schoof, Ack van Rooyen (tp, fglh), Alex Brofsky, Claudio Pontiggia (frh), Roland Dahinden (tb), Anne O’Brien (fl), Julian Cawdry, Hans-Peter Frehner (fl, pic, a-fl), Michel Weber (cl), Christian Gavillet (b-cl, bs), Tilman Zahn, Dave Seghezzo, Xavier Duss, Judith Wenziker (ob), Christian Rabe, Reiner Erb (bas), Xenia Schindler (har), Conrad Herwig (tb), Roger Rosenberg (b-cl, bs)
● Additional participating musicians: Benny Bailey (tp, fglh), Carles Benavent (b, el-b on “The Pan Piper” and “Solea”, Grady Tate (dr)

Setlist: 1. Introduction 2. Boplicity 3. Maids of Cadiz 4. The Duke 5. My Ship 6. Miles Ahead 7. Blues for Pablo 8. Orgone 9. Gone, Gone, Gone 10. Summertime 11. Here Come De Honey Man 12. The Pan Piper 13. Solea

Recorded Live on July 8th, 1991 at the Montreux Jazz Jazz Festival™ (Swizerland)
A Montreux Jazz Festival™ Production © 2013 Montreux Sounds (Eagle Rock Entertainment)


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