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Friday & Saturday Night At The Black Hawk by Miles Davis

Friday & Saturday Night At The Black Hawk
180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed

Friday & Saturday Night At The Black Hawk
by Miles Davis

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LION-NOT-L62802
Label:
Not Now Music
Genre:
Jazz
Format:
180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed
UPC:
5060143491658
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2 LPs on 180 Gram Vinyl - Gatefold Sleeve

This legendary live recording captures Miles Davis at his finest over two nights at the Black Hawk Nightclub in 1961.

Original Albums Produced By Irving Townsend

Personnel:
Miles Davis – Trumpet
Hank Mobley – Sax (tenor)
Wynton Kelly – Piano
Paul Chambers – Bass
Jimmy Cobb – Drums

LP 1 - Friday Night - Recorded On April 21st 1961, At The Blackhawk Nightclub, San Francisco, CA
1. Walkin'
2. Bye Bye Blackbird
3. All Of You
4. No Blues
5. Bye Bye/The Theme
6. Love, I've Found You

LP 2 - Saturday Night - Recorded On April 22nd 1961, At The Blackhawk Nightclub, San Francisco, CA
1. Well, You Needn't
2. Fran-Dance
3. So What
4. Oleo
5. If I Were

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