Miles & Quincy Live at Montreux

~ Release by Miles Davis & Quincy Jones (see all versions of this release, 9 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
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1Introduction by Claude Nobs and Quincy Jones
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
1:23
2Boplicity
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
co-producer:
Jerry Hey
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
percussion:
Kenwood Dennard (on 1991-07-08)
conductor:
Quincy Jones (on 1991-07-08)
arranger:
Gil Evans
additional orchestrator:
Gil Goldstein
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
live recording of:
Boplicity (on 1991-07-08)
composer:
Gil Evans and Cleo Henry
publisher:
Sophisticated Music
3:40
3Introduction to Miles Ahead Medley
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
0:09
4Springsville
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
co-producer:
Jerry Hey
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
percussion:
Kenwood Dennard (on 1991-07-08)
conductor:
Quincy Jones (on 1991-07-08)
arranger:
Gil Evans
additional orchestrator:
Gil Goldstein
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
live recording of:
Springsville (on 1991-07-08)
composer:
John Carisi
3:34
5Maids of Cadiz
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
co-producer:
Jerry Hey
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
percussion:
Kenwood Dennard (on 1991-07-08)
conductor:
Quincy Jones (on 1991-07-08)
arranger:
Gil Evans
additional orchestrator:
Gil Goldstein
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
3:37
6The Duke
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
co-producer:
Jerry Hey
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
percussion:
Kenwood Dennard (on 1991-07-08)
conductor:
Quincy Jones (on 1991-07-08)
arranger:
Gil Evans
additional orchestrator:
Gil Goldstein
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
live cover recording of:
The Duke (on 1991-07-08)
composer:
Dave Brubeck
dedicated to:
Duke Ellington (US composer, pianist & jazz bandleader)
publisher:
Derry Music Company
4:01
7My Ship
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
co-producer:
Jerry Hey
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
percussion:
Kenwood Dennard (on 1991-07-08)
conductor:
Quincy Jones (on 1991-07-08)
arranger:
Gil Evans
additional orchestrator:
Gil Goldstein
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
live recording of:
My Ship (from "Lady in the Dark”; catch-all for versions outside the theatrical context) (on 1991-07-08)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin
composer:
Kurt Weill (composer)
version of:
Lady in the Dark: My Ship
4:11
8Miles Ahead
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
co-producer:
Jerry Hey
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
percussion:
Kenwood Dennard (on 1991-07-08)
conductor:
Quincy Jones (on 1991-07-08)
arranger:
Gil Evans
additional orchestrator:
Maria Schneider (US jazz composer/band leader)
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
live recording of:
Miles Ahead (on 1991-07-08)
composer:
Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter) and Gil Evans
3:39
9Blues for Pablo
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
co-producer:
Jerry Hey
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
percussion:
Kenwood Dennard (on 1991-07-08)
conductor:
Quincy Jones (on 1991-07-08)
arranger:
Gil Evans
additional orchestrator:
Gil Goldstein
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
live cover recording of:
Blues for Pablo (on 1991-07-08)
composer:
Gil Evans
6:06
10Introduction to Porgy and Bess Medley
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
0:28
11Orgone
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
co-producer:
Jerry Hey
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
membranophone:
Kenwood Dennard (on 1991-07-08)
conductor:
Quincy Jones (on 1991-07-08)
arranger:
Gil Evans
additional orchestrator:
Gil Goldstein
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
4:09
12Gone, Gone, Gone
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
co-producer:
Jerry Hey
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
percussion:
Kenwood Dennard (on 1991-07-08)
conductor:
Quincy Jones (on 1991-07-08)
arranger:
Gil Evans
additional orchestrator:
Gil Goldstein
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
1:48
13Summertime
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
co-producer:
Jerry Hey
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
percussion:
Kenwood Dennard (on 1991-07-08)
conductor:
Quincy Jones (on 1991-07-08)
arranger:
Gil Evans
additional orchestrator:
Gil Goldstein
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
live cover recording of:
Summertime (American songbook standard from 1935 opera Porgy and Bess) (on 1991-07-08)
lyricist:
Dorothy Kuhns (playwright), Ira Gershwin and DuBose Heyward
composer:
George Gershwin (composer)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Chappell Music Ltd., Dubose and Dorothy Heyward Memorial Fund Publishing, George Gershwin Music, New Dawn Music, Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996), Warner/Chappell, Warner/Chappell Music Holland BV, Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09), Ira Gershwin Music (in 1935), WB Music Corp. (1929–2019) (from 1935 until 2019-05-28) and WC Music Corp. (from 2019-05-28 to present)
version of:
Porgy and Bess: Act I, Scene I. “Summertime” (Clara)
2:54
14Here Come de Honey Man
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
co-producer:
Jerry Hey
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
percussion:
Kenwood Dennard (on 1991-07-08)
conductor:
Quincy Jones (on 1991-07-08)
arranger:
Gil Evans
additional orchestrator:
Gil Goldstein
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
3:41
15The Pan Piper
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
co-producer:
Jerry Hey
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
bass:
Carles Benavent (on 1991-07-08)
percussion:
Kenwood Dennard (on 1991-07-08)
conductor:
Quincy Jones (on 1991-07-08)
arranger:
Gil Evans
additional orchestrator:
Gil Goldstein
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
live recording of:
The Pan Piper (on 1991-07-08)
composer:
Gil Evans
1:40
16Solea
recording engineer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (on 1991-07-08) and Justin Shirley‐Smith (on 1991-07-08)
co-producer:
Jerry Hey
producer:
Quincy Jones
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
editor:
Larry Walsh
bass:
Carles Benavent (on 1991-07-08)
percussion:
Kenwood Dennard (on 1991-07-08)
conductor:
Quincy Jones (on 1991-07-08)
arranger:
Gil Evans
additional orchestrator:
Gil Goldstein
recorded at:
Casino Barrière Montreux (2nd incarnation, 1975–present) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (on 1991-07-08)
mixed at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA, founded 1956) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
live recording of:
Solea (on 1991-07-08)
composer:
Gil Evans
11:44

Credits

Release

photography:Philippe Dutoit
Annie Leibovitz (photographer)
liner notes:Leonard Feather
assistant engineer:Walter Fiklocki
Andreas Galle
executive producer:Claude Nobs
Louise Velazquez
mastering:Bernie Grundman
alto flute, flute and piccolo:Julian Cawdry (on 1991-07-08)
Hanspeter Frehner (on 1991-07-08)
alto saxophone:Kenny Garrett (on 1991-07-08)
Sal Giorgianni (on 1991-07-08)
alto saxophone, flute and soprano saxophone:Alex Foster (Saxophonist) (on 1991-07-08)
baritone saxophone and bass clarinet:Christian Gavillet (on 1991-07-08)
Roger Rosenberg (on 1991-07-08)
baritone saxophone and tuba:Howard Johnson (tuba & baritone saxophone) (on 1991-07-08)
bass:Mike Richmond (on 1991-07-08)
bass trombone:David Taylor (US jazz bass trombonist) (on 1991-07-08)
bassoon:Reiner Erb (on 1991-07-08)
Christian Rabe (on 1991-07-08)
clarinet:Michel Weber (on 1991-07-08)
clarinet, flute, soprano saxophone and tenor saxophone:Larry Schneider (on 1991-07-08)
drums (drum set):Grady Tate (on 1991-07-08)
drums (drum set) and percussion:John Riley (drums) (on 1991-07-08)
euphonium and trombone:Dave Bargeron (US trombonist & tubist) (on 1991-07-08)
Earl McIntyre (on 1991-07-08)
flugelhorn and trumpet:Benny Bailey (on 1991-07-08)
John D'earth (on 1991-07-08)
Wallace Roney (jazz trumpeter) (on 1991-07-08)
Ack van Rooyen (on 1991-07-08)
Manfred Schoof (on 1991-07-08)
Marvin Stamm (on 1991-07-08)
Jack Walrath (on 1991-07-08)
flute:Anne O'Brien (on 1991-07-08)
flute and tenor saxophone:George Adams (jazz musician) (on 1991-07-08)
Bob Malach (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1991-07-08)
French horn:Alex Brofsky (on 1991-07-08)
John Clark (flute & horn player) (on 1991-07-08)
Claudio Pontiggia (on 1991-07-08)
Tom Varner (on 1991-07-08)
harp:Xenia Schindler (harpist) (on 1991-07-08)
keyboard:Delmar Brown (on 1991-07-08)
Gil Goldstein (on 1991-07-08)
oboe:Xavier Duss (on 1991-07-08)
Dave Seghezzo (on 1991-07-08)
Judith Wenziker (on 1991-07-08)
Tilmann Zahn (on 1991-07-08)
piano:George Gruntz (on 1991-07-08)
tenor saxophone:Jerry Bergonzi (on 1991-07-08)
trombone:Roland Dahinden (on 1991-07-08)
Conrad Herwig (American jazz trombonist) (on 1991-07-08)
Tom “Bones” Malone (US trombonist) (on 1991-07-08)
trumpet:Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter) (on 1991-07-08)
Miles Evans (on 1991-07-08)
Lew Soloff (on 1991-07-08)
orchestra:The Gil Evans Orchestra (on 1991-07-08)
performer:The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band
recorded at:Bernie Grundman Mastering (Los Angeles) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1991-07-08)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/2181594 [info]
ASIN:DE: B000002MIS [info]

Release group

Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/master/188032 [info]
Wikidata:Q917232 [info]