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Friday, November 2, 2007

Miles Davis Septet 10/15/70 Fillmore West Auditorium, San Francisco CA KPFA-FM @ 320

This show is incredible. Don't miss it.

According to P.Losin: "The Davis Septet opened for Leon Russell and Sea Train for four nights at the Fillmore West, October 15-18 (Thursday-Sunday).

Miles Davis (tpt)
Gary Bartz (ss, as)
Keith Jarrett (el-p, org)
Michael Henderson (el-b)
Jack DeJohnette (d)
Airto Moreira (perc)
Jumma Santos [Jim Riley] (perc)

Honky Tonk
What I Say
Bitches Brew
Funky Tonk - The Theme



Les said...


renouard said...

thanks a bundle! but whats the pword? i'm tryin to get the can stuff. . .

infinitefool said...

Miles opened for Leon freaking Russell? People make me sad.

This rocks, btw!

Colin said...

Wow! Never seen this one before...all his 70s live stuff is worth hearing and this is no exception.


Anonymous said...

You always post some great stuff! This is nice. Still, any chance you can post using ShareBee instead of RapidShare? I could grab so much more that way!

Keep it up, bro.

Camomillo said...

I know for sure that in the '70 it was a Miles Davis choice to be the opening number in every concert he played (i.e. Bologna jazz festival 1973, where a much younger myself was in the audience.

vincent said...

is any of this legal? great stuff, just worried about the man coming after me.