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Steamin' With The Miles Davis Quintet

The Miles Davis Quintet

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1
Surrey With The Fringe On Top
The Miles Davis Quintet
9:06
2
Salt Peanuts
The Miles Davis Quintet
6:10
3
Something I Dreamed Last Night
The Miles Davis Quintet
6:16
4
Diane
The Miles Davis Quintet
7:51
5
Well You Needn’t
The Miles Davis Quintet
6:22
6
When I Fall In Love
The Miles Davis Quintet
4:23
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    40:08
"... performed with a nonchalant effortlessness ..."
- All About Jazz

"... no jazz artist has ever recorded so many masterpieces in such a condensed window of studio time ... musical statements that will be enjoyed as long as people have ears and taste."
- JazzTimes.com

These songs were taken from sessions recorded over two days in the mid 1950s but held back for release until 1961. In 1956 Davis was about to jump to another record company but still owed his former label several albums, so he spent two long days in the studio with his first great quintet recording familiar material that would eventually yield four albums. Due to the speed with which these songs were recorded, they have a loose, spontaneous feel with the energy of a live concert rather than a recording session.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Concord Music Group Studio Masters

Recorded in Hackensack, NJ on May 11, 1956
(“Well, you needn’t” recorded on October 26, 1956)

Recording: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Joe Goldberg
Supervision: Bob Weinstock

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