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Miles Davis Bootleg Series Vol. 6

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‘Miles Davis & John Coltrane – The Final Tour: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 6’ Out March 23

Available in 4CD boxset and digital configurations, Miles Davis & John Coltrane – The Final Tour: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 6 brings together, for the first time in an authorized edition with state-of-the-art production, five mythic concert performances as heard by lucky audiences during the epochal Spring 1960 Jazz At The Philharmonic European Tour.

Showcasing the musical chemistry shared by Miles and Trane, The Final Tour: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 6 offers five of the best recorded shows from that pivotal 1960 tour (Coltrane’s last as sideman): two shows from Paris’s L’Olympia Theater on Monday, March 21; two shows from the next night at Stockholm’s Konserthuset; and one from Copenhagen’s Tivolis Koncertsal three days later, on March 24.

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So this replaces part of the Dragon records 4 cd box?

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Olympia 1960: October 11 and March 20I have to wonder how much of this will be on the upcoming Bootleg Vol. 6. I don't have any of the Olympia material currently.

 

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I have most, not all of this, so I'll pick it up.  Classic music.

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3 hours ago, Guy Berger said:

Classic music.

Agreed. And ...

3 hours ago, Stefan Wood said:

... this replaces part of the Dragon records 4 cd box?

I believe so, yes.

I'm still waiting for the live stuff circa 1971-1973.

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If we don't all buy all the same music again that we've already bought multiple times in multiple formats, then the terrorists win.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Mark Stryker said:

If we don't all buy all the same music again that we've already bought multiple times in multiple formats, then the terrorists win.

 

 

LOL. I have all the recordings and find the French material to be superior.

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1 hour ago, Chuck Nessa said:

 

1 hour ago, Chuck Nessa said:

LOL. I have all the recordings and find the French material to be superior.

Do you mean the concerts from Paris specifically or do you mean French-issued recordings of all the concerts?

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I meant the Paris concerts - the band, especially Coltrane, is on fire.

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me too!

 

 

:party::party::party:

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Yeah .... will buy, too - if only just for Copenhagen.

Still think they should have gone for the *other* half of the tour that has not yet been (semi-)officially documented. Lamest in the series, but then the Lost Quintet set was already somewhat flawed.

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The trees were the way to go.

But if you got them, you're obligated to get the legit release. That was the code then, that's the code now.

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I've had the Stockholm recordings for more than 20 years, but I've actually never heard the Olympia stuff, so I'm definitely in.

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8 hours ago, Late said:

I've had the Stockholm recordings for more than 20 years, but I've actually never heard the Olympia stuff, so I'm definitely in.

You're in for a treat ....

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I purchased all previously releases so far but I'll passes this vol. 6. Got everything that seems to be in that box.

Wish Sony Columbia had included the Concertgebouw appearance to make it worth while for me...Or some other rare concert.

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13 hours ago, JSngry said:

The trees were the way to go.

But if you got them, you're obligated to get the legit release. That was the code then, that's the code now.

Absolutely ... but the Paris, Stockholm (and Zurich and Amsterdam) concerts are out in what I think are official editions. Also Düsseldorf (the one sans Miles, fake live).

Scheveningen (much better than A'dam) and some other sets only on bootlegs would have been more inspired choices, at least than Stockholm (Paris is so hot, I see why it *has* to be included)

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2 hours ago, brownie said:

Wish Sony Columbia had included the Concertgebouw appearance to make it worth while for me...Or some other rare concert.

Actually available via this quality reissue by the Durch Jazz Archive - released not too long ago .... :

daviscd.jpg

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Oh my!

Missed that one!

Thanks Soulpope! 

Will be looking for it!

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On 12/11/2017 at 10:06 PM, soulpope said:

You're in for a treat ....

Looking forward to it.

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On 12/11/2017 at 0:51 AM, soulpope said:

Actually available via this quality reissue by the Durch Jazz Archive - released not too long ago .... :

daviscd.jpg

How does the sound quality of this one compare to "Live In Stockhom" (which I consider excellent, and far better than "All of You: The Last Tour")?

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1 hour ago, hbbfam said:

How does the sound quality of this one compare to "Live In Stockhom" (which I consider excellent, and far better than "All of You: The Last Tour")?

Sound quality (IMO) is excellent and compares favorable with "Live In Stockholm" (have this still both as Dragon vinyl and japanese DIW CD) ....

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2 hours ago, soulpope said:

Sound quality (IMO) is excellent and compares favorable with "Live In Stockholm" (have this still both as Dragon vinyl and japanese DIW CD) ....

Japanese of 'Stockholm" or "so what"? 

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