LONG PLAY 33 1/3 R.P.M.
INCLUDES 1 BONUS TRACK
INCLUDES NEW SPECIALLY PREPARED LINER NOTES BY PENGUIN GUIDE TO JAZZ'S WRITER BRIAN MORTON AND BY PARIS'S PRESTIGIOUS JAZZ MAGAZINE
“Sketches of Spain since its release in 1960 has been one of the most widely distributed and popular of all jazz records. Even people who don’t collect jazz records tend to have a copy tucked away somewhere.” - PENGUIN GUIDE TO JAZZ
“Sketches of Spain remains, and rightly so, one of the jewels of Miles Davis’ discography.” - JAZZ MAGAZINE
MILES DAVIS, trumpet & flugelhorn on all tracks
With orchestra arranged and conducted by GIL EVANS
ON TRACK A1:
Bernie Glow, Taft Jordan, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal (tp), Dick Hixson, Frank Rehak (tb), John Barrows, Jimmy Buffington, Earl Chapin (fhr), Jimmy McAllister (tu), Romeo Penque (oboe), Harold Feldman (oboe, b-cl), Jack Knitzer (bassoon), Al Block, Eddie Caine (fl), Danny Bank (b-cl), Janet Putnam (harp), Paul Chambers (b), Jimmy Cobb (d), Elvin Jones (perc), prob. Jose Manguel (perc).
New York, November 20, 1959.
ON TRACKS A2 & B1-B3:
Ernie Royal, Bernie Glow, Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci (tp), Dick Hixson, Frank Rehak (tb), Joe Singer, Tony Miranda, Jimmy Buffington (fhr), Bill Barber (tu), Romeo Penque (oboe), Jack Knitzer (bassoon), Al Block, Harold Feldman (fl), Danny Bank (b-cl), Janet Putnam (harp), Paul Chambers (b), Jimmy Cobb (d), Elvin Jones (perc), prob. Jose Manguel (perc).
New York, March 10, 1960.
(*) B4. Bonus track: MILES DAVIS (tp) with orchestra conducted & arranged by GIL EVANS.
Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, May 19, 1961.
A1. CONCIERTO DE ARANJUEZ
A2. WILL O’ THE WISP
B1. THE PAN PIPER
B4. SPRING IS HERE (*)
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