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TitleMiles Davis - Kind of Blue (Lega
Tags Musical Compositions Popular Music Modernism (Music) African American Music
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CD ONE

1. So What (B) 9:22
(Miles Davis) Jazz Horn Music Corp BMI

2. Freddie Freeloader (B) 9:46
(Miles Davis) Jazz Horn Music Corp BMI

3. Blue in Green (B) 5:36
(Miles Davis) Jazz Horn Music Corp BMI

4. All Blues (C) 11:32
(Miles Davis) Jazz Horn Music Corp BMI

5. Flamenco Sketches (C) 9:25
(Miles Davis) Jazz Horn Music Corp BMI

6. Flamenco Sketches (alternate take) (C) 9:31
(Miles Davis) Jazz Horn Music Corp BMI

7. Freddie Freeloader– studio sequence 1(B) 0:51

8. Freddie Freeloader – false start (B) 1:26

9. Freddie Freeloader– studio sequence 2 (B) 1:26*

10. So What – studio sequence 1 (B) 1:53*

11. So What – studio sequence 2 (B) 0:11*

12. Blue in Green – studio sequence (B) 1:56*

13. Flamenco Sketches
– studio sequence 1 (C) 0:42

14. Flamenco Sketches
– studio sequence 2 (C) 1:09*

15. All Blues – studio sequence (C) 0:18*

*previously unreleased

CD TWO

1. On Green Dolphin Street (A) 9:48
(Bronislaw Kaper-Ned Washington) EMI Feist

Music/Patti Washington Music/Catharine Hinen ASCAP

2. Fran-Dance (A) 5:48
(Miles Davis) Jazz Horn Music Corp BMI

3. Stella by Starlight (A) 4:43
(Victor Young-Ned Washington) Sony ATV Harmony

ASCAP

4. Love for Sale (A) 11:46
(Cole Porter) Warner Bros Inc ASCAP

5. Fran-Dance (alternate take) (A) 5:51
(Miles Davis) Jazz Horn Music Corp BMI

6. So What (D) 17:28 **
(Miles Davis) Jazz Horn Music Corp BMI

**previously released in unauthorized form

(A) Miles Davis-trumpet, Cannonball Adderley-

alto saxophone, John Coltrane-tenor saxophone,

Bill Evans-piano, Paul Chambers-bass,

Jimmy Cobb-drums. Recorded on Monday, May 26, 1958
(7 to 10 pm) at Columbia 30th Street Studio, NYC. Producer:

Cal Lampley. Recording engineer: Harold Chapman

(B) Miles Davis-trumpet, Cannonball Adderley-alto

saxophone, John Coltrane-tenor saxophone,

Wynton Kelly (on Freddie Freeloader), Bill Evans

(on all others)-piano, Paul Chambers-bass,

Jimmy Cobb-drums. Recorded on Monday, March 2, 1959
(2:30 to 5:30 and 7 to 10 pm) at Columbia 30th Street Studio, NYC.

Producer: Irving Townsend. Recording engineer: Fred Plaut 21

(C) Miles Davis-trumpet, Cannonball Adderley-

alto saxophone, John Coltrane-tenor saxophone,

Bill Evans-piano, Paul Chambers-bass, Jimmy

Cobb-drums. Recorded on Wednesday, April 22, 1959 (2:30 to
5:30 pm) at Columbia 30th Street Studio, NYC. Producer: Irving

Townsend. Recording engineer: Fred Plaut

(D) Miles Davis-trumpet, John Coltrane-tenor

saxophone, Wynton Kelly-piano, Paul Chambers-

bass, Jimmy Cobb-drums. Recorded in concert at the
Kurhaus, Den Haag, Holland on April 9, 1960

Legacy Edition produced for release by

Michael Cuscuna

Sessions A-C remixed from the original

three-track tapes by Mark Wilder,

Sony Studios and Battery Studios

Mastered by Mark Wilder and Maria Triana,

Sony Studios and Battery Studios

Project Director: Nell Mulderry

Legacy A&R: Steve Berkowitz

Art Direction: Howard Fritzson

Design: Ron Kellum

Packaging Manager: Jeremy Holiday

Photography: Page 1: Jay Maisel; pages 2, 3, 5,

6 (top left photo), 7 (top photo), 12, 13, 16-21 :

Don Hunstein/Sony Music Archives; pages 4 &

11: Vernon Smith; pages 6 (top right), 7 (middle

& bottom photos). 8, 23 & 24: © Chuck Stewart;

page 6 (bottom photo): Beuford Smith/Cesaire;

page 10: Frederick Plaut from The Frederick and

Rose Plaut Archives in The Irving S. Gilmore

Music Library of Yale University

Many thanks to Miles’s family and supporters:

Cheryl Davis, Erin Davis, Vince Wilburn, Jr, Darryl Porter;

Sandy Friedman, Lori Lousararian and Karen Sundell of

Rogers & Cowan; Jeff Biederman of Manat,Phelps &

Phillips; David Renzer and the Universal Music

Publishing family; Stephen B. Ratner CPA, Audrey Ratner

and staff of Ratner Lynn & Company, LLC.

Special Thanks: Rico Alcock, Adam Block, Mariner Brito,

Greg Brunswick, Tom Burleigh, Andy Cahn, Jimmy Cobb,

John Conroy, Tom Cording, Channing Delph, Anthony

Ellis, Brad Gallant, Sam Gomez, Randy Haecker, Bob

Hoch, Dave Howlett, John Ingrassia, Joel Kendall, Lyn

Koppe, Chris Lenz, Marisa Magliola, Elizabeth McShea,

Eric Molk, Jacqueline Powers, Christian Ruggiero, Jeffrey

Schulberg, Michele Scott, Steve Sterling, Scott van Horn,

Russ Wapensky, Widya Widjaja, and Che Williams

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