Title: Miles Davis And Horns
Cat: LP 7025, PRLP 7025
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1192 mb | MP3 size: 2811 mb | WMA size: 1877 mb
|2||For Adults Only|
|6||Willie The Wailer|
|LP 7025, PRLP 7025||Miles Davis||Miles Davis And Horns (LP, Comp, Mono, RM)||Prestige, Prestige||LP 7025, PRLP 7025||US||1956|
|0025218605328||Miles Davis||Miles Davis And Horns (CD, Comp, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Prestige||0025218605328||Europe||2006|
|OJC-053, P-7025||Miles Davis||Miles Davis And Horns (LP, Comp, RE)||Original Jazz Classics, Prestige||OJC-053, P-7025||Germany||Unknown|
|MJ-7142, PR 7142||Miles Davis||Early Miles (LP, Comp, Mono, RE)||Prestige, Prestige||MJ-7142, PR 7142||Japan||Unknown|
|none||Miles Davis||Miles Davis And Horns (9xFile, AIFF, ALAC, FLAC, Comp, RE, RM, 192)||Prestige||none||US||2017|
- Bass – Leonard Gaskin (tracks: A1 to B1), Percy Heath (tracks: B2 to B5)
- Cover – Don Martin
- Drums – Kenny Clarke (tracks: A1 to B1), Roy Haynes (tracks: B2 to B5)
- Liner Notes – Ira Gitler
- Piano – John Lewis
- Remastered By – Van Gelder
- Supervised By – Bob Weinstock, Ira Gitler
- Tenor Saxophone – Al Cohn (tracks: A1 to B1), Sonny Rollins (tracks: B2 to B5), Zoot Sims (tracks: A1 to B1)
- Trombone – Bennie Green (tracks: B2 to B5), Sonny Truitt (tracks: A1 to B1)
- Trumpet – Miles Davis
Tracks A1-B1 recorded February 19, 1953.
Tracks B2-B5 recorded January 17, 1951.
Variant with thick stock cover in Brown/Pink. Label is deep groove, 446 W. 50th St., N.Y.C.
Matrix numbers are etched (as opposed to stamped).
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Etched): RVG PRLP-7025-A II
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Etched): RVG PRLP-7025-B
- Recorded At – Beltone Studios
- Recorded At – Apex Studios, New York
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