february, 2013 new releases of the month The best jazz at the best prices: CDs, DVDs, LPs, books and more. exclusive collector’s items check your collection: you won’t find these ones ! JOHN COLTRANE quartet PENNSYLVANIA CONCERT 1963 all tracks previously unissued! This edition presents the classic John Coltrane Quarte’s complete never before heard concert at the Schwab Auditorium at Pennsylvania State University on January 19, 1963. PYT-136316 16.99 € Includes 8-page booklet JOHN COLTRANE, tenor & soprano sax McCOY TYNER, piano JIMMY GARRISON, bass ELVIN JONES, drums Live at Schwab Auditorium, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, January 19, 1963. 01 Bye Bye Blackbird 25:27 02 The Inchworm 10:28 03 Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye 5:27 04 Mr. P.C. 6:20 [Incomplete] 05 I Want To Talk About You 9:07 [Incomplete] 06 My Favorite Things 14:06 Total Time: 70:57 COLLECTOR’S ITEM: These performances were taken from non-professional tapes and, although the sound quality is very good throughout, some small imperfections may exist and some tunes are incomplete. Every effort has been made to correct them using modern audio technology. DIS-136315 12.99 € Includes 12-page booklet 01 Theme/Announcement 02 Well You Needn’t 03 It Never Entered My Mind 04 A Gal In Calico 05 Stablemates 06 How Am I To Know? [Incomplete] Closing Announcements 07 The Theme 08 Woody ‘N You 09 Walkin’ 10 All Of You [Incomplete] / Announcement 11 Announcement/ Four 12 Bye Bye Blackbird 13 Walkin’ 14 Closing Announcement/ Two Bass Hit 15 What Is This Thing Called Love? * 16 A Night In Tunisia* Total Time: 76:19 miles davis quintet with john coltrane THE UNISSUED CAFÉ BOHEMIA BROADCASTS all tracks previously unissued! This release presents, for the first time on any format, the only three known 1956-57 Café Bohemia broadcasts by the Miles Davis Quintet featuring John Coltrane on tenor sax, Red Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Philly Joe Jones on drums. Among the highlights are Miles’ only existing live versions of Girl in Calico, Stablemates and How Am I to Know?. Shortly after the third of these broadcasts, Coltrane would leave Miles to be replaced by Sonny Rollins. He would return in 1958, when Bill Evans replaced Garland on piano, as showed by our fourth, May 17, 1958 broadcast. As a bonus, an amazing and also never before released tour de force by Miles on A Night in Tunisia taped in Washington in 1953, as well as an all-star 1958 jam session on What Is This Thing Called Love? [1-9]: MILES DAVIS trumpet JOHN COLTRANE tenor sax RED GARLAND piano PAUL CHAMBERS bass PHILLY JOE JONES drums 10-14]: Same personnel except BILL EVANS replaces Garland on piano. All tracks recorded at Café Bohemia, Greenwich Village, New York. (1-3): September 15, 1956. / 4-6: September 29, 1956. (7-9): April 13, 1957. / 10-14: May 17, 1958. [15-16] *Bonus Tracks: (15): Miles Davis (tp), Nat Adderley (cnt), Cannonball Adderley (as), Bennie Green (tb), Gerry Mulligan (bs), Red Garland (p), Barry Miles (d), Chris Nirobe, Candido Camero (perc). Art Ford Jazz Party TV Show, New York, November 1958. (16): Miles Davis (tp), Allen Eager (ts),Terry Swope (p), Unknown (b), Max Roach (d). Howard Theatre, Washington D.C., February 21, 1953. COLLECTOR’S ITEM: These performances were taken from non-professional tapes and, although the sound quality is very good throughout, some small imperfections may exist and some tunes are incomplete. Every effort has been made to correct them using modern audio technology.