Miles Davis - Complete Discography

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Complete discography of the great band leader listed in order of year. All recordings up to 1991 are listed, including the ones in which Davis has participated not as the band leader.
[Richard Avedon's images of Davis, here and below, for the album Tutu (1986)]

From www.milesdavis.com: «Miles Davis was one of the greatest visionaries and most important figures in jazz history. He was born in a well-to-do family in East St. Louis. He became a local phenom and toured locally with Billy Eckstine's band while he was in high school. He moved to New York under the guise of attending the Julliard School of Music. However, his real intentions were to hook up with Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie. He quickly climbed up the ranks while learning from Bird and Diz and became the trumpet player for Charlie Parker's group for nearly 3 years ... » (continue)

   

Complete Discography

1945 - April 24
1947 - August 14
First Miles
(Denon/Savoy SV-0159)
1945 - November 26
The Charlie Parker Story
(Denon/Savoy SV-0105)
(all tracks on COCY-75791/8 )
1945 - November 26
1947 - May 8; August 14; December 21
1948 - September 4, 18, 24; December 11, 12, 18
The Complete Charlie Parker on Savoy
Years (Nippon Columbia COCY-75791/8), discs 1-5
Bird's Eyes, Volume 18
(Philology W 848.2) (five MD tracks)
Yardbird in Lotus Land
(Spotlite SPJ-123 [LP]) (five MD tracks)
1946 - March
Charles Mingus: The Young Rebel
(Swingtime ST 1010 [LP])
(two MD tracks)
1946 - March 28
1947 - October 28; November 4; December 17
Charlie Parker on Dial Completed
(Toshiba-EMI CJ25-5043/6)
Charlie Parker Anthology
(America AM 008/10 [LP])
1946 - March 28
1947 - May 8; October 28; December 21
1949 - January 3
Inspired by the motion picture Bird
(Giants of Jazz CD 53069)
(nine MD tracks, all issued on
Dial or Capitol )
1946 - March-April
Live - Benny Carter Orchestra,
Los Angeles
(PR)
1946 - April-May (?)
Jazz off the Air, Volume 3 (Benny Carter)
(Spotlite SPJ-148 [LP])
(three MD tracks)
1946 - October 5-6
Mister B. and the Band: The Savoy
Sessions (Billy Eckstine)
(Denon/Savoy SV-0264) (seven MD tracks)
Mister B. and the Band: The Savoy
Sessions (Billy Eckstine)
(Savoy SJL-2214 [LP]) (eight MD tracks)
1946 - October 18
Bopping the Blues
(Black Lion BLCD 760102)
1947 - January 7
Illinois Jacquet All-Stars Studio
Recordings, 1945-1947 (Blue Moon BMCD-1011)
(four MD tracks)
These four titles will appear on The Complete Illinois Jacquet
Sessions, 1945-1950 (Mosaic MQ6-165/MD4-165
[6-LP/4-CD]),to be released in June.
1947 - May 8; August 14
1948 - September 18, 24
Charlie Parker Memorial Volume 1
(Denon/Savoy SV-0101)
(all tracks on COCY-75791/8 )
1947 - May 8; August 14
1948 - September 24
The Immortal Charlie Parker
(Denon/Savoy SV-0102)
(all tracks on COCY-75791/8 )
1947 - May 8; December 21
1948 - September 18, 24
Charlie Parker Memorial Volume 2
(Denon/Savoy SV-0103)
(all tracks on COCY-75791/8 )
1947 - May 8; December 21
1948 - September 18, 24
The Genius of Charlie Parker
(Denon/Savoy SV-0104)
(all tracks on COCY-75791/8 )
1947 - June
Hollywood Stampede (Coleman Hawkins)
(Capitol CDP 92596)[C]
(four MD tracks)
1947 - November
Bird's Eyes, Volumes 1/4
(Philology W 5/18-2) (seven MD tracks)
Bird's Eyes, Volumes 5/6
(Philology W 19/29-2) (one MD track)
1947 - November 11-23
Bird's Eyes, Volumes 5/6
(Philology W 19/29-2) (one MD track)
Bird's Eyes, Volume 14
(Philology W 844.2) (22 MD tracks)
Bird's Eyes, Volume 18
(Philology W 848.2) (four MD tracks)
1948 - January 3-6
Bird's Eyes, Volumes 5/6
(Philology W 19/29-2) (one MD track)
Bird's Eyes, Volume 14
(Philology W 844.2) (two MD tracks)
1948 - March 31
The Band That Never Was
(Spotlite SPJ-141 [LP])
(all tracks on Mosaic MD7-129 , disc 5)
Bird's Eyes, Volumes 1/4
(Philology W 5/18-2) (two MD tracks)
1948 - March 31; July 6-11
The Complete Dean Benedetti Recordings
of Charlie Parker
(Mosaic MD7-129), discs 5-7
1948 - July 11
Bird on 52nd Street
(Jazz Workshop JWS 501 [LP]; OJC-114)
(all tracks on Mosaic MD7-129, discs 6-7)
1948 - August
Bird's Eyes, Volumes 5/6
(Philology W 19/29-2) (one MD track)[C]
1948 - September 4; December 11, 12
The Bird Returns
(Denon/Savoy SV-0155)
(all tracks on COCY-75791/8 )
Newly Discovered Sides by Charlie
Parker (Denon/Savoy SV-0156)
(all tracks on COCY-75791/8 )
1948 - September 4
1949 - January 17
Nonet 1948/Jam 1949
(Royal Jazz RJCD-514)
(five tracks on TKCB-30024 ;
four on (PR) )
1948 - September 4, 18, 25
The Real Birth of the Cool
(Tokuma/Bandstand TKCB 30024)
1948 - September 4, 18
1949 - February 19, 26
Cool Boppin'
(Fresh Sound FSCD 1008)
1948 - September 25
1952 - May 2, 3
Quintet 1948/Sextet 1952
(Fresh Sound FSCD 1000)
1948 - September 25
1950 - June 30
1951 - February 17
1953 - May 16
Live at the Royal Roost and Birdland
(Charly/Le Jazz CD 45)
1949 - January 3
Dizzy Gillespie: The Complete RCA Victor
Recordings
(RCA/Bluebird 66528) (three MD tracks)
Bird's Eyes, Volume 14
(Philology W 844.2) (one MD track [?])
1949 - January 17
Live - WPIX Studios, New York
(PR)
1949 - January 21; April 21, 22
1950 - March 9
Birth of the Cool
(Toshiba TOCJ-5301)
1949 - January 21
1952 - May 9
1953 - April 20
1958 - March 9
Miles Davis Memorial Album
(Toshiba TOCJ-5657)
1949 - January 21; April 21, 22
1950 - March 9
1953 - September 13
Moon Dreams
(Jazz World JW 77031;
all tracks issued on Capitol and
Contemporary )
1949 - February 19, 26
Bird's Eyes, Volume 20
(Philology W 850.2) (six MD tracks)
1949 - March 4
Rara Avis
(Stash STCD-21) (two MD tracks)
1949 - May 8-15
Paris Festival International de Jazz
(Sony SRCS 5695)
Bird's Eyes, Volume 19
(Philology W 849.2) (six MD tracks)
1949 - May 15
Bird in Paris
(Spotlite SPJ-118 [LP]) (one MD track)
Bird's Eyes, Volume 12
(Philology W 842.2) (one MD track)
1949 - December 25
Stars of Modern Jazz at Carnegie Hall
(Jass JCD-16)
(three MD tracks)
1950 - January
Bird's Eyes, Volume 12
(Philology W 842.2) (six MD tracks)[C]
1950 - February 18
1951 - June 2; September 29
1952 - May 2
The Birdland Sessions
(Charly/Le Jazz CD 23) [C]
1950 - February 18
1951 - June 2; September 29
Birdland Days
(Fresh Sound FSCD 124) [C]
(all tracks on Le Jazz CD 23 )
1950 - March 9
1952 - May 9
1953 - April 20
1954 - March 6
1958 - March 9
Miles Davis Plays Blues and Ballads
(Toshiba TOCJ-5658)[C]
1950 - March 9
1952 - May 9
1953 - April 20
1954 - March 6
1958 - March 9
Ballads and Blues
(Blue Note CDP 36633)
1950 - May 18, 19
Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi
(CBS/Sony 32DP 5044; Sony WK-75034) [C]
(one track on Giants of Jazz CD 53165)
1950 - June 30
The Last Bebop Session
(Jazz Music Yesterday JMY ME-6401)[C]
Bird's Eyes, Volume 7
(Philology W 57-2) (one MD track on
JMY ME-6401 )
One Night in Birdland
(Parker All-Stars, no MD)
(Sony SRCS 7111/2) [C]
1951 - January 17; March 8; October 5
1953 - January 30, February 19; May 19
1954 - March 15; April 3, 29; June 29; December 24
1955 - June 7; August 5; November 16
1956 - March 16; May 11; October 26
Chronicle: The Complete Prestige
Recordings
(Fantasy PCD 012)[C]
1951 - January 17
Swedish Schnapps +
(Verve 849 393) (six MD tracks)[C]
Bird: The Complete Charlie Parker on Verve
(Verve 837 141), disc 6
(six MD tracks)
1951 - January 17
1957 - December 4-5
1958 - June 25
Compact Jazz
(Philips 838 254)
1951 - January 17
1953 - February 19
Miles Davis and Horns
(Victor VICJ-23603; Fantasy OJC CD 053)[C]
1951 - January 17
Sonny Rollins and the Modern Jazz Quartet
(Victor VICJ-23607)
(one MD track on PCD 012 )
1951 - January 24
Birth of the Cool, Volume 2
(Capitol CDP 98935) (two MD tracks)[C]
1951 - March 8; October 5
Conception (Lee Konitz/Stan Getz)
(OJC 1726) (six MD tracks)[C]
1951 - June 2
Hooray for Miles Davis, Volume 2
(Session Disc 102 [LP];
also on Ozone 7 [LP])
(four MD tracks on Le Jazz CD 23 )
1951 - June 2, September 29
Miles Davis/Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis/Art Blakey
(Ozone 7 [LP])
(three MD tracks on Le Jazz CD 23 )
1951 - October 5
Dig
(Victor VICJ-23543; OJC 005) [C]
1952 - spring
Our Delight (Jimmy Forrest)
(Fantasy PCD-24117)[C]
1952 - April 25
Live - Birdland, New York
(PR)
1952 - April 26
Live - Birdland, New York
(PR)
1952 - April 25
1955 - November 18
1956 - December 8
1957 - July 13
1958 - May 17
Rare Unreleased Broadcasts
(Yadeon 502)[C]
1952 - April 26
Live - Birdland, New York
(PR)
1952 - May 9
1953 - April 20
1954 - March 6
Tempus Fugit: Complete Miles Davis on
Blue Note
(Toshiba TOCJ-5659/60)[C]
1952 - May 9
1953 - April 20
1954 - March 6
1958 - March 9
The Best of Miles Davis
(Toshiba TOCJ-5821)[C]
1953 -
Hi-Hat All-Stars
(Fresh Sound FSR-CD 13)[C]
1953 - January 30
1956 - March 16
Collectors' Items
(Victor VICJ-23605; OJC 071)[C]
1953 - May 16
Live - Birdland, New York
(PR)
1953 - May 16
1957 - July 13
1958 - May 17
Miles Tones
(Black Label BLCD 8027)[C]
1953 - May 19
1954 - March 15; April 3
Blue Haze
(Victor VICJ-23606; OJC 093)[C]
1953 - May-June
Bird Meets Birks
(Klacto MG-102 [LP]) (two MD tracks)
1953 - September 13
At Last! (Lighthouse All-Stars)
(Victor VICJ-23107; OJC 480)
(three MD tracks)[C]
1954 - April 3, 29
Walkin'
(Victor VICJ-23572; OJC 213)[C]
1954 - June 29; December 24
Bags' Groove
(Victor VICJ-23571; OJC 245)[C]
1954 - December 24
1956 - October 26
Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants
(Victor VICJ-23542;
OJC 347)[C]
1954 - December 24
1955 - October 27; November 16
1956 - March 16; May 11; September 10; October 26
Evolution of a Genius
(Giants of Jazz CD 53063;
all tracks issued on Prestige )
1955 - June 7
Musings of Miles
(Victor VICJ-23601; OJC 004)[C]
1955 - July 9
Blue Moods (Charles Mingus)
(Victor VICJ-23054; OJC 043)[C]
1955 - July 17
1956 - November 19
1957 - October, December 18
Miscellaneous Davis 1955-1957
(Jazz Unlimited JUCD 2050)[C]
1955 - August 5
All-Star Quintet/Sextet
(Victor VICJ-23604; OJC 012)[C]
1955 - October 27
1956 - June 5; September 10
'Round About Midnight
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5138)[C]
(one alternate take on
Columbia C4K-45000 [disc 2])
1955 - October 27
1956 - September 10; October 20, 23
1958 - June 25
1962 - August 21, 23
Facets, Volume 1
(CBS France BPG 62637 [LP])
1955 - October 27
1956 - September 10
1957 - May 10
1958 - May 26
1958 - July 3
1962 - August 23
Basic Miles
(Columbia PC 32025 [LP])
1955 - October 27
1959 - April 6
1961 - March 20
1963 - July 27
1967 - July 19
The Columbia Years 1955-1985
(CBS/Sony 80DP 5430/3; Columbia C4K-45000)
(above dates contain alternate takes or otherwise unissued tracks)
1955-1969
Greatest History
(Sony SRCS 5691/4)
1955 - October 27
1958 - May 26
1961 - March 21
1967 - December 4
1968 - January 16; February 13, 15; November 25
1970 - January 27
Circle in the Round
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5340/1)
1955 - October 27
1958 - July 3
Miles and Coltrane
(Columbia CK 44052)
(five tracks on Phontastic NCD 8813 ;
two on PC 32025 )
1955 - November 16
Miles: The New Miles Davis Quintet
(Victor VICJ-23602; OJC 006)
1956 - May 11; October 26
Workin' with the Miles Davis Quintet
(Victor VICJ-23505; OJC 296)
Relaxin' with the Miles Davis Quintet
(Victor VICJ-23504; OJC 190)
Steamin' with the Miles Davis Quintet
(Victor VICJ-23506; OJC 391)
1956 - June 5
1962 - July 27, August 13, November 6
1963 - April 16
Ballads
(Sony SRCS 5729; CK 44151)
1956 - June 14; October 20, 23
Music for Brass
(Sony SRCS 5696)
1956 - September 10
1957 - May 23
1958 - February 4, May 26
1959 - March 2
1964 - February 12
1965 - December 22
1966 - October 25
1967 - June 7
This is Miles: Acoustic Side
(Sony SRCS 6841)[C]
1956 - September 10
1959 - March 2
1961 - March 20, April 21
The Essence of Miles Davis
(Sony SRCS 5709; CK 47932)
1956 - September 10
1957 - May 23
1958 - May 26; August 18
1959 - March 2
1961 - March 21
1963 - May 14
1965 - January 20; December 23
This is Jazz #8: Miles/Acoustic
(Sony Music CK 64616)[C]
1956 - October 26
Cookin' with the Miles Davis Quintet
(Victor VICJ-23503; OJC 128)[C]
1956 - November 2
Live - Salle Pleyel, Paris
(PR)
1956 - November 12
Rare Live
(Venus/Stash TKCZ-79046) (four MD tracks)[C]
1956 - December 8
Live - Blue Note, Philadelphia
(PR)
1956 - December 8
1957 - July 13; December 8
1959 - April 2
Rarities from Private Collections
(Golden Age of Jazz JZCD 314)[C]
1956 - December 8
1964 - September
Unreleased Performances (Teppa 76 [LP])
(two tracks on (PR) and
JZCD 314 ,
three on (PR) )
1957 - May 6, 10, 23, 27
Miles Ahead
(Sony SRCS 5697)[C]
1957 - May 6, 10, 23, 27; August 22
1958 - July 22, 29; August 4, 18
1959 - November 10, 15, 20
1960 - March 10
1962 - July 27; August 13, 21, 23; November 6
1963 - October 9-10
1968 - February 16
Miles Davis/Gil Evans: The Complete
Columbia Studio Recordings
(Mosaic MQ11-164) [release postponed until late August]
1957 - July 13
1958 - May 17
1959 - April 2
1963 - July 27
Live in New York
(Bandstand BDCD 1501)[C]
1957 - July 13
Live - Café; Bohemia, Greenwich
Village
(PR)
1957 - July 20
Live - Café; Bohemia, Greenwich
Village
(PR)
1957 - July 27
Live - Café; Bohemia, Greenwich
Village
(PR)
1957 - November 30
Live - Olympia, Paris
(PR)
1957 - December
Live - O.R.T.F. Studios, Paris
(PR)
1957 - December 4-5
Ascenseur pour l'èchafaud
(Nippon Phonogram PHCE-2034)[C]
1957 - December 8
Complete Amsterdam Concert
(Celluloid 668232)
'Round Midnight (CD Drive 3501)
1958 - February 4, March 4
Milestones
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5342)[C]
1958 - March 9
Somethin' Else (Cannonball Adderley)
(Toshiba CP32 5205)
1958 - May 17
Live - Café; Bohemia, New York
(PR)
1958 - May 17; June 30; November 1
1959 - January 3
Four-Play
(Jazz Music Yesterday JMY ME-6402)
1958 - May 17; November 1
1959 - January 3
Miles Davis All-Stars Live in 1958-59
(Jazzband EBCD 2101)[C]
1958 - May 26
1955 - October 27
1958 Miles
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5140)
1958 - May 26; July 3, 29; August 18; September 9
1959 - November 20
1960 - March 10
Concierto de Aranjuez
(Jazz Roots CD 56045)[C]
1958 - May 26; July 3, 29; August 18; September 9
1959 - November 20
1960 - March 10
1961 - April 21, 22
Bye Bye Blackbird
(Starlite CDB 1025/3 [3-CD])
1958 - June 25
Legrand Jazz
(Philips 830 074; EJD-3013)[C] [C]
1958 - June 30
Live - Spotlight Lounge, Washington
(PR)
1958 - July 3
Newport Jazz Festival 1958, Volume 1
(Phontastic PHONT NCD 8813)[C]
Miles and Monk at Newport
(Sony SRCS 5698) (four MD tracks)[C]
1958 - July 22, 29; August 4, 18
Porgy and Bess
(Sony SRCS 5699)[C]
1958 - September 9
Jazz at the Plaza, Volume 1
(Sony SRCS 5700)[C]
1958 - November 1
Live - Spotlight Lounge, Washington
(PR)
1959 - January 3
Live - Birdland, New York
(PR)
1959 - March 2; April 6
Kind of Blue
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5141)[C]
Kind of Blue
(Columbia Mastersound CK 52861)
(one alternate take on
Columbia C4K-45000 [disc 3])
1959 - April 2
The Sound of Miles Davis
(Toei Video TE-M576 [VHS video])
1959 - August 7
Live - Playboy Jazz Festival, Chicago
(PR)
1959 - November 20
1960 - March 10
Sketches of Spain
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5142)[C]
1960 - March 10
1961 - April 22
1963 - April 16
1967 - May 9; December 28
1968 - January 11; November 27
1970 - February 27; March 17; May 21
Directions
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5135/36)[C]
1960 - March 21, October 11
En Concert avec Europe 1: Olympia 1960
(Europe 1/Trema 710455/8)[C]
1960 - March 22
Miles Davis and John Coltrane
(Giants of Jazz CD 53014;
all titles on DRCD 228 )
1960 - March 22, October 13
Stockholm 1960 Complete
(Dragon DRCD 228)[C]
1960 - March 24
Live - Tivoli's Konsertsal, Copenhagen
(PR)
Copenhagen 1960 (Royal Jazz RJD 501)[C]
1960 - March 30
Live - Kongresshalle, Frankfurt (PR)
1960 - April 8
Live in Zürich 1960
(Jazz Unlimited JUCD 2031)[C]
1960 - April 9
Live in Holland
(Century/Stash CECC 00093)[C]
1960 - April 9
1964 - October 8
All Blues
(Musica Jazz MJCD 1090;
all titles on CECC 00093 and
MCD 033 )
1960 - September 27
Live at Free Trade Hall, Volume 1
(Magnetic MRCD 102)[C]
(one track on Jazz Up JU-320 )
Live at Free Trade Hall, Volume 2
(Magnetic MRCD 103)[C]
1960 - October 13
Walkin'
(Pilz 448213-2; all titles on
DRCD 228 )
1961 - March 7, 20, 21
Someday My Prince Will Come
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5143)[C]
(one alternate take on
Columbia C4K-45000 [disc 1])
1961 - April 21
In Person, Volume 1: Friday Nights at
the Blackhawk
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5344)[C]
1961 - April 22
In Person, Volume 2: Saturday Nights at
the Blackhawk
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5345)[C]
1961 - April 21, 22
1963 - June
Transition
(Magnetic MRCD 125)[C]
1961 - May 19
Miles Davis at Carnegie Hall
(Sony SRCS 5701)[C]
Live Miles
(Sony SRCS 5702)[C]
1962 - July 27; August 13; November 6
1963 - April 17
Quiet Nights
(CBS/Sony 32DP 516)[C]
1963 - April 16; May 14
Seven Steps to Heaven
(CBS/Sony 32DP 527)[C]
1963 - June
Miles in St. Louis
(VGM 0003 [LP])
A Rare Home Town Appearance
(Jazz View COD 023; Soulard CD 3)[C]
1963 - June
1966 - May 21
No (More) Blues
(Jazz Door JD 1224)
(three tracks on Magnetic MRCD 125 and
Jazz View 023 ; three on
(PR) )
1963 - July 25
Live -
Théatre de Champs Élysées, Paris
(PR)
1963 - July 26
Live - Juan-les-Pins Festival, Antibes
(PR)
1963 - July 26, 28
Cote Blues
(Jazz Music Yesterday JMY 1010)[C]
1963 - July 27
Live - Juan-les-Pins Festival, Antibes
(PR)
Miles Davis in Europe
(Sony SRCS 5705)[C]
The Columbia Years 1955-1985 ,
disc 1 (Columbia C4K-45000)[C]
1963 - July 28
Live - Juan-les-Pins Festival, Antibes
(PR)
1964 - February 12
My Funny Valentine
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5144)[C]
Four and More
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5145)[C]
1964 - July 14
Miles in Tokyo
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5146)[C]
1964 - July 15
Live - Maruyama Ongaku-do Hall, Kyoto
(PR)
1964 - September
Live - Steve Allen Show
(PR)
1964 - September 25
Miles in Berlin
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5147)[C]
1964 - October 1
Live - Salle Pleyel, Paris
(1st concert)
(PR)
Live - Salle Pleyel, Paris
(2nd concert)
(PR)
Paris, France
(Moon MCD 021)[C]
1964 - October 3
Live - Johanneshov Isstadion,
Stockholm
(PR)
1964 - October 4
Live - Tivoli's Konsertsal, Copenhagen
(PR)
Complete Copenhagen Concert
(Magnetic MRCD 117)
1964 - October 8
Live - Stadthalle, Sindelfingen
(PR)
Davisiana
(Moon MCD 033)[C]
1964 - October 11
1967 - October 31
1969 - October 27
1971 - November 16
Voodoo Down
(Moon MCD 063)[C]
1965 - January 20-22
E.S.P.
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5148)[C]
Ralph J. Gleason poem
(back of LP cover)
1965 - December 22, 23
Complete Live at Plugged Nickel 1965
(Sony SRCS 5766/72) [1][2][3][4][5][6][7]
The Complete Plugged Nickel Sessions
(Mosaic MQ10-158 [LP])[C]
1966 - May 21
Live - Portland State College
(PR)
1966 - July 4
Live - Newport Jazz Festival
(PR)
1966 - October 24, 25
Miles Smiles
(CBS/Sony 32DP 724)[C]
1967 - May 16, 17, 24
1962 - August 21
Sorcerer
(Sony SRCS 5708)[C]
Ralph J. Gleason poem
(back of LP cover)
1967 - June 7, 22; July 19
Nefertiti
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5149)[C]
(one alternate take on
Columbia C4K-45000 [disc 3])
1967 - June 7, 13, 22
1968 - November 11
Water Babies
(CBS/Sony 32DP 727)[C]
1967 - July 2
****Live - Newport Jazz Festival (PR)
1967 - October 28
Live - Königin Elizabethzaal,
Antwerpen
(PR)
His Greatest Concert Ever
(Jazzman JM 11742)
Masqualero
(J-Bop 042)
1967 - October 30
Live - Den Doelen, Rotterdam (PR)
1967 - October 31
Live - Konserthuset, Stockholm
(PR)
German TV '67 (PR-video)
1967 - November 2
Live - Tivoli's Konsertsal, Copenhagen (PR)
1967 - November 4
Live - Philharmonie, Berlin (PR)
1967 - November 4
1960 - September 27
Miles Davis Quintet Live in Europe
(Jazz Up JU 320)
1967 - November 6
No Blues
(Jazz Music Yesterday JMY 1003)
[also issued on Golden Age of Jazz JZCD 341]
1967 - November 7
Live - Stadthalle, Karlsruhe
(PR - edited version on (PR-video) )
1968 - January 16; May 15-17
Miles in the Sky
(CBS/Sony 32DP 728)
1968 - June 19-21; September 24
Filles de Kilimanjaro
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5150) [C]
1968 - November
Live - Jazz Workshop, Boston (PR)
1969 - February 18
In a Silent Way
(Sony SRCS 5712)
1969 - February 18
1970 - February 18, April 7
Tribute to Jack Johnson
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5153)
1969 - February 18, August 21
1970 - December 19
1972 - March 9, July 7
1980 - May-June
1981 - March, July 5
1983 - September 10
1984 - January-February, December 26-27
This is Miles: Electric Side
(Sony SRCS 6842)[C]
1969 - March
Live - Duffy's Tavern, Rochester NY
(PR)
1969 - April
Live - Blue Coronet, New York
(PR)
1969 - June 4-14
Live - Plugged Nickel Club, Chicago (PR)
1969 - July 7
Live - Central Park, New York (PR)
1969 - July 25
1969 Miles: Festiva de Juan Pins
(Sony SRCS 6843)
It's About That Time: Miles in Montreux 1969 [ sic ]
(Jazz Door 1292)
1969 - July 26
Live - Juan-les-Pins Festival (PR)
1969 - July 27
Live - Rutgers University (PR)
1969 - August 19-21
Bitches Brew
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5151/2)
1969 - October 26
Live - Teatro Lirico, Milan
(afternoon concert) (PR)
Live - Teatro Lirico, Milan
(evening concert) (PR)
1969 - October 27
Live - Teatro Sistina, Rome (PR)
Double Image
(Moon MCD 010/11 [= Jazz Door 1201])
1969 - October 31
Live - Stadthalle, Vienna
(PR)
1969 - November 1
Live - Hammersmith Odeon, London (PR)
1969 - November 2
Live - Ronnie Scott's Club, London
(PR)
1969 - November 2
1970 - August 8
Spanish Key
(Lunch for Your Ears LFYE 001)
1969 - November 3
Live - Salle Pleyel, Paris
(first concert) (PR)
Live - Salle Pleyel, Paris
(second concert) (PR)
Paraphernalia
(Jazz Music Yesterday JMY 1013) C]
1969 - November 4
Live - Tivoli's Konsertsal, Copenhagen
(PR)
Live - Tivoli's Konsertsal, Copenhagen
(PR-video)
1969 - November 5
Live - Folkets Hus, Stockholm
(first concert)
(PR)
Live - Folkets Hus, Stockholm
(second concert) (PR)
1969 - November 7
Live - Philharmonie, Berlin
(PR-video)
1969 - November 9
Live - Den Doelen, Rotterdam (PR)
1969 - November 19
1970 - January 27, March 3
1972 - June 12
Big Fun
(Sony SRCS 5713/4)[F] [B]
1969 - November 19, 28
1970 - August 29
1972 - July 7
1973 - July 26
Isle of Wight
(CBS 450472.1 [LP])
1970 - February 6; June 3, 4; December 19
Live-Evil
(CBS/Sony 50DP 707/8) [F] [B]
1970 - February 21
Live - Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor (PR)
Hill Auditorium 2/21/70
(Jazz Masters JM 006) [C]
(three tracks on Minotauro CD 1-4 )
1970 - February 21, October 17
1971 - March, October 22
1973 - November 3
Live 1970/1973
(Minotauro MD CD 1-4)
1970 - April 9
Live - Fillmore West, San Francisco (PR)
1970 - April 10
Black Beauty
(Sony SRCS 5717/8) [F] [B]
1970 - April 11
Live - Fillmore West, San Francisco (PR)
1970 - May 19
1972 - March 9; September 6; December 8
1973 - September 17
1974 - June 19; October 7
Get Up With It
(Sony SRCS 5726/7) [F] [B]
1970 - June 17-20
Miles Davis at Fillmore
(CBS/Sony 50DP 714/5) [F] [B]
1970 - July 7
Live - Central Park, New York
(PR)
1970 - August 18
Live - Berkshire Music Center,
Tanglewood (PR-video)
1970 - August 29
The First Great Rock Festivals of the
Seventies
(CBS/Sony SOPB 45044/6 [LP]; Leopard LCD 107/2;
Essential Records EDF CD 327)
(one MD track, also on CBS 450472.1 [LP])
1970 - October
Live - NBC-TV Studios, Los Angeles (PR)
1970 - October 17
Live - Fillmore West, San Francisco
(PR)
Fillmore West 10/17/70
(Jazz Masters JM 007)
(seven tracks on Minotauro CD 1-4 ;
three on MY 1016 )
1971 - March-April
Live - Lennie's on the Turnpike,
Peabody MA (PR)
1971 - March-April; November 26
Lennie's on the Turnpike/Philharmonic Hall
(Jazz Masters JM 001/2)[C]
(four tracks on Minotauro CD 1-4 )
1971 - October 21
Miles Davis with Keith Jarrett
(Golden Age of Jazz JZCD 374)
1971 - October 22
Neue Stadthalle, Dietikon 10/22/71
(Jazz Masters JM 008/9)
(six tracks on Minotauro CD 1-4 )
1971 - November 3
Live - Beograd (PR)
1971 - November 3
1973 - November 7
Another Bitches Brew
(Jazz Door JD 1284/85) [C]
1971 - November 5
Two Miles Live
(Discurious DIS 201 [LP])
Live - Stadthalle, Vienna
(PR)
What I Say? Volume 1
(Jazz Music Yesterday JMY 1015)[C]
1971 - November 5
1970 - October 17
What I Say? Volume 2
(Jazz Music Yesterday JMY 1016)
1971 - November 7
Live - Universitetets Aula, Uppsala
(PR)
1971 - November 26
Live at Philharmonic Hall
(Session 123 [LP])
(all tracks on JM 002 )
1972 - June 1, 6; July 7
On the Corner
(CBS/Sony 32DP 716)
1972 - September 29
Miles Davis in Concert
(Sony SRCS 5722/3)
1973 - June 19-20
Black Satin: Live in Tokyo
(Jazz Masters 011/12)
1973 - July 8, October 17
Ife
(Lunch for Your Ears LFYE 002)
1973 - July 11
En Concert avec Europe 1: Olympia 1973
(Trema 710460)
1973 - October 17
Call It What It Is
(Jazz Music Yesterday JMY ME-6403)
1973 - October 24
Live - Stadtsteatret, Malmö
(PR)
1973 - November 1
Live - Philharmonie, Berlin
(PR)
Live - Philharmonie, Berlin
(PR-video)
1973 - November 3
ive - Stadthalle, Vienna
(PR-video)
1973 - November 7
Live - Beograd
(PR)
1973 - November 15
Palais des Sports, Paris 1973
(Jazz Masters JM 016)
1974 - March 30
Dark Magus
(Sony SRCS 5724/5)]
1975 - February 1
Agharta
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5154/5)
Pangaea
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5350/1)
1975 - June 11
Bottom Line, New York 6/11/75
(Jazz Masters JM 017/18)
1980 - May-June
1981 - January-March
The Man with the Horn
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5346)
1981 - June 2; July 1, 5; October 4
We Want Miles
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5131/2)
1981 - October 4
Miles! Miles! Miles!
(Sony SRCS 6513/4)
1982 -
Live at Bislet Pub
(Mushroom A-ha 1233435 [LP])
1982 - April 13
Live - Konserthuset, Stockholm
(PR)
1982 - April 14
Live - Jazzhus Montmartre, Copenhagen
(PR)
1982 - April 22
Spring (Paradise P 1020)
Second Spring (Paradise P 1030)
Spring (Jazz Rarities JR 001/002)
1982 - August 11, 28; September 1
1983 - January 5, February 3
Star People
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5347)
1983 - May 29
Atmosphere: Live in Tokyo
(Four Beat Sounds FBMD 83058/9)
1983 - June 31; July 7; September 5, 10
Decoy       (CBS/Sony 35DP 170)
1983 - October 23
Live in Warsaw
(Poljazz PSJ-X-100 [LP])
1984 - January; December 26-27
1985 - January 10-14
You're Under Arrest
(CBS/Sony CSCS 5349)
1984 - July 15
Live - Concertgebouw, Den Haag
(PR)
1984 - July 27
Live - Idrettens Hus, Molde
(PR)
1985 - January 31-February 4
Aura
(Sony SRCS 5728)
1985 - April 25
Live - Performing Arts Center, New Orleans
(first concert) (PR)
Live - Performing Arts Center, New Orleans
(second concert) (PR)
1985 - June 28
Live in Montreal
(Pioneer SM058-3046 [laserdisk])
1985 - July 14
Human Nature
(Jazz File JF-1001)
1985 - July
Miles Under Arrest - Live 1985
(no label)
1985 - July 15
Live - Jardins des Arenes de Cimez, Nice
(PR)
1985 - September
Sun City: Artists United Against Apartheid
(Manhattan ST-53019)
(two MD tracks)
1985 - September 1
1987 - October 27
Greek Theater/Oslo
(Jazz Masters JM 004/5)
1985 - October 26
Live - Sportshallen, Umeå
(PR)
1985 - October 28
Unissued '85: Live in Copenhagen
(On Stage CD/ON 2230)
1986 -
Fahrenheit (Toto)
(CBS/Sony 28DP 5203; CK 40273) (one MD track)
1986 - February 10-March 25
Tutu
(Warner Brothers WPCP 3568; WB 25490)
1986 - March 2
The Scarlet Letter Act 2
(Prime of Rarities PRCD-1002)
1986 - April 6
Social Music: NYC Beacon Theater
(Tiki Records TK-01)
1986 - June 15; July 17; August 14, 21
King of Priests
(Tiki Records TK-02)
1986 - July 17
Time After Time: Montreux
(Tiki Records TK-03)
1986 - October 27
High Energy - Rhythm Attack
(Poljazz, no number)
1987 -
Machismo/Cameo (Kenny Garrett)
(Philips 28PD-531; Mercury 836 002) (two MD tracks)
1987 - January-March
Music from Siesta
(Warner Brothers WPCP 3569; WB 25655)
1987 - June 27
Live - Århus Jazz Festival, Denmark
(PR)
1987 - July 9
Live - Pori Jazz Festival, Finland
(PR)
1987 - December
Oh Patti (Scritti Politti)
(Virgin VST-1006; CDV 2515)
1987 - December
Soundtrack to Scrooged
(Polygram D28Y-3299; A & M 3291) (one MD track)
1988 - February 16
Live in Europe, Volumes 1-2
(Jazz Concert MDCD 101/2)
Miles in Avignon
(Delta Music/Laserlight 24327-1/2)
1988 - June 29
C.K. (Chaka Khan)
(Warner Brothers 25P2 2319; WB 25707)
(two MD tracks)
1988 - July 11
The Scarlet Letter Act 1
(Prime of Rarities PRCD-1001)
1988-1989
Amandla
(Warner Brothers 22P2 2718; WB 25873)
1988 - July 7; August 14; November 1; December 17
1989 - April 12; June 5; July 26
1990 - July 20
1991 - August 25
Live Around the World
(Warner Brothers WPCR-443)
1989 -
Prisoner of Love (Kenny Garrett)
(MMC/Atlantic AMCY-5; Atlantic 82046) (two MD tracks)
Back on the Block (Quincy Jones)
(Warner Brothers 22P2 3118; WB 26020) (two MD tracks)
1989 - April 11
Time After Time
(Jazz Door JD 1256/57)
Miles 1989
(Red Phantom RPCD 2133/34)
1989 - July 14
Live Tutu
(Golden Age of Jazz JZCD 375)
1989 - July 21
Miles in Montreux
(Jazz Door 1235)
Miles in Montreux 1989
(Jazz Door JD 1287/8)
1989 - November 3
Miles in Paris
(Warner Brothers 38186-3 [VHS video])
Miles in Paris
(Warner Brothers WML5-7002 [laserdisk])
Miles in Paris
(Four Aces Records FAR 006)
The Gate of Heaven
(Back Stage BKCD 059)
1990 - February 13
King of Trumpets
(Flashback 07.93.0211)
Maghreb
(Bugsy Records BGS024)
1990 - March
Soundtrack to Dingo
(Warner Brothers 26438)
1990 - May 5-10
Soundtrack to The Hot Spot
(Antilles 442-846813) (two MD tracks)
1990 - August 13
You Won't Forget Me (Shirley Horn)
(Verve 847 482) (one MD track)[C]
1991 -
Mystic Jazz (Paolo Rustichelli)
(Polydor 513 415-2) (two MD tracks)
(Verve Forecast 314 517 206-2) (two MD tracks)]
1991 - January-February
Doo-Bop
(Warner Brothers WPCP 4852; WB 26938)
1991 - July 8
Live at Montreux 1991
(Warner Brothers WPVP-9101; WB 45221)
1991 - July 10
Black Devil
(Beech Marten 053/2)
Miles Davis and Friends
(JVC/Bravo video broadcast)

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