There was the death of Charlie Parker. Miles Davis after her own problems with drug continues to rebuild and seeks a true formation. Charles Mingus proposes to him to record this album for his label " DEBUT" that it has just launched. This album will be a disc runs (less than 27 minutes) without pianist but with vibraphone. Peaceful and méditatif album, true bracket in the work of Miles Davis.
Miles Davis (Trumpet)
- Britt Woodman (Trombone)
- Charles Mingus (Low)
- Teddy Charles (Vibraphone)
- Elvin Jones (Battery)
Natural Servant boy (Ahbez Eden) (6: 14)
- Alone Together (Dietz-Schwartz) (7: 17)
- There' S No You (Adair-Hopper) (8: 06)
- Easy Living room (Rainger-Robin) (5: 03)
" I engraved a disc with Charlie Mingus for Debut, his label. One said from now on of him that it was one of the best alive bass players, and it was a large type-setter. But something did not run smoothly during the meeting, it did not have a catch there, not flame in our play. I do not know from where that came - can be arrangements, but that really did not turn. Mingus had taken Elvin Jones with the battery, and one knows at which point this dumb can ignite you no matter who. "
MILES the AUTOBIOGRAPHY.
Miles Davis with Quincy Troop. Presses of the Rebirth. 1989
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