Miles Davis in Europe
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Miles Davis in Europe
Miles Davis in Europe
Live album by
ReleasedJuly 13, 1964
RecordedJuly 27, 1963
VenueFestival Mondial, du Jazz Antibes, France
ProducerTeo Macero
Miles Davis chronology
Miles & Monk at Newport
Miles Davis in Europe
Live at the 1963 Monterey Jazz Festival
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Miles Davis in Europe is a live album by Miles Davis, released in 1964. It was the first full album by the first incarnation of the "Second Quintet" featuring George Coleman, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams, whose first recordings with Davis had made up half of the album Seven Steps to Heaven.

The final songs of the concert, "Bye Bye Blackbird" and "The Theme," were released only on the box set Seven Steps: The Complete Columbia Recordings of Miles Davis 1963-1964, presumably because the full concert could not fit on a single CD. On the original LP, some of the tenor sax and piano solos were edited, although it still offered nearly an hour of music.[2]

Track listing

Original LP

Columbia - CS 8983:[3]

Side one
1."Introduction by Andre Francis" 0:15
2."Autumn Leaves"Jacques Prévert, Johnny Mercer, Joseph Kosma11:40
3."Milestones"Miles Davis9:15
4."Joshua"Victor Feldman9:30
Side two
1."All of You"Cole Porter13:58
2."Walkin'"Richard Carpenter16:16
Total length:60:54

CD reissue

Columbia - CK 93583:[4]

1."Introduction by Andre Francis" 0:46
2."Autumn Leaves"Jacques Prévert, Johnny Mercer, Joseph Kosma13:52
3."Milestones"Miles Davis9:17
4."I Thought About You"Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Mercer11:44
5."Joshua"Victor Feldman11:27
6."All of You"Cole Porter16:49
7."Walkin'"Richard Carpenter16:15
Total length:80:10



  1. ^ "Miles Davis in Europe - All Music". All Music. Retrieved 2016.
  2. ^ "Miles Ahead session details - July 27, 1963". Miles Ahead: A Miles Davis Website. Retrieved 2016.
  3. ^ "Miles Davis in Europe (LP)". Discogs. Retrieved 2016.
  4. ^ "Miles Davis in Europe (CD)". Discogs. Retrieved 2016.

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