Live In New York is a live album compilation featuring Miles Davis and John Coltrane.
It is sourced from four different shows:
- July 13, 1957 at the Cafe Bohemia (tracks 1 & 3),
- May 17, 1958 at the Cafe Bohemia (tracks 2 & 4),
- April 2, 1959 at the CBS-TV Studio 61 (track 5),
- July 27, 1963 at The Pinède, Antibes, France (track 6).
Selecting tracks from such a wide ranging set of concerts means that there is a significant change in the bands and John Coltrane only performs on three of them.
1957 – Miles Davis – trumpet, Sonny Rollins – tenor sax, Red Garland – piano, Paul Chambers – bass and Art Taylor on drums.
1958 – Miles Davis – trumpet, John Coltrane – tenor sax, Bill Evans – piano, Paul Chambers – bass and Philly Joe Jones – drums.
1959 – Miles Davis – trumpet and flugelhorn, John Coltrane – tenor and alto sax, Wynton Kelly – piano, Paul Chambers – bass and Jimmy Cobb – drums.
1963 – Miles Davis – trumpet, George Coleman – tenor sax, Herbie Hancock – piano, Ron Carter – bass and Tony Williams – drums.
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