Genre: Jazz
Label: Doxy
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


Miles Davis Quintet With Gil Evans Orchestra At Carnegie Hall Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Clear Vinyl)

Miles Davis Quintet & Gil Evans Orchestra

Availability: Discontinued
In Stock An In Stock item is available to ship normally within 24 business hours.
Preorder A Preorder is an item that has not yet been released. Typically the label will set a projected release date (that is subject to change). If a projected release date is known, we will include this in the description in red. Other Preorders are set to release 'TBA.' This means that release date is yet 'To Be Announced'. The Preorder can be released anywhere between weeks, months or years from its initial announcement.
Backordered An Out Of Stock item is an item that we normally have available to ship but we are temporarily out of. We do not have a specific date when it will be coming.
Awaiting Repress Awaiting repress titles are in the process of being repressed by the label. No ETA is available at this time.
Expected On When an item is Out Of Stock and we have an estimated date when our stock should arrive, we list that date on our website in the part's description. It is not guaranteed.
Special Order A Special Order item is an item that we do not stock but can order from the manufacturer. Typical order times are located within the product description.
Numbered, Limited Edition Clear Double Vinyl - Only 500 Copies!

Despite a performing career that stretched from the 1940s through the early 1990s, trumpet legend Miles Davis appeared at Carnegie Hall fewer than 10 times. The concert on May 19, 1961-a benefit for the African Research Foundation-came in the middle of that run and saw Davis performing with a small combo that featured Hank Mobley, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, and Jimmy Cobb along with the Gil Evans Orchestra-one of only two times they performed together.

Aside from the fact that Davis withdrew his permission to record the event at the last minute (which led to the concert being surreptitiously captured by producer Teo Macero), there was further incident on stage. As reported on, "[Drummer] Max Roach [who was not performing that night] displayed placards on stage denouncing the colonial character of the African Research Foundation. Miles left the stage. Persuaded to return, he showed his anger in the fire and blood he brought to 'Oleo' before gradually calming down for the grand finale of 'Concierto de Aranjuez.'"

Doxy's Clear Vinyl is made using the highest quality co-polymer available and processed without any carbon additive in order to dramatically reduce the “electrical distortion” often found on records.

By itself the co-polymer of vinyl is transparent. In order to make the record black in color the plant must use a carbon additive with trace metals that can become magnetized. This is what causes electrical distortion during playback.

• Numbered, Limited Edition
• Only 500 Copies
• Double LP
• Clear Vinyl

Miles Davis, trumpet
Hank Mobley, tenor saxophone
Wynton Kelly, piano
Paul Chambers, bass
Jimmy Cobb, drums
Gil Evans Orchestra

LP 1 - Side A:

1. So What
2. Spring Is Here
3. The Meaning Of The Blues / Lament / New Rhumba
LP 1 - Side B:
1. Teo / Walkin

LP 2 - Side C:
1. Someday My Prince Will Come
2. Oleo / No Blues
LP 2 - Side D:
1. I Thought About You
2. En Aranjuez Con Tu Amor

Customers Also Like