Nefertiti

Miles Davis - Nefertiti

1967

4

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Label
Release
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Nefertiti (HQ-Pressing)
Double LP
2014HQ-Pressing
63,90 €
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Nefertiti
LP
S63248
1968, Netherlands
42,00 €
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Description

'Dutch original issue. Cover 'printed in Holland', label 'made in Holland''[discogs]

Tracklist
1
Nefertiti
07:52
2
Fall
06:39
3
Hand Jive
08:54
1
Madness
07:31
2
Riot
03:04
3
Pinocchio
05:08
credits
Trumpet
Miles Davis
Tenor Saxophone
Wayne Shorter
Piano
Herbie Hancock
Engineer
Ray Moore
Engineer
Fred Plaut
Drums
Anthony Williams
Bass
Ron Carter
Nefertiti
LP
PC 9594
1977, US
30,53 €
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LP - Miles Davis - Nefertiti
LP - Miles Davis - Nefertiti
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Tracklist
1
Nefertiti
07:52
2
Fall
06:39
3
Hand Jive
08:54
1
Madness
07:31
2
Riot
03:04
3
Pinocchio
05:08
credits
Trumpet
Miles Davis
Tenor Saxophone
Wayne Shorter
Producer
Teo Macero
Producer
Howard A. Roberts
Piano
Herbie Hancock
Photography By
Bob Cato
Engineer
Ray Moore
Engineer
Fred Plaut
Drums
Anthony Williams
Bass
Ron Carter
Nefertiti (180g)
LP
MOVLP031
2009, Netherlands180g
24,90 €
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LP - Miles Davis - Nefertiti - 180g
Nefertiti (180g)
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Description

Recorded in two days in the summer of 1967 'Nefertiti' is Miles Davis' last fully acoustic album, with no compositions from Miles himself. Most tracks are written by Wayne Shorter & Herbie Hancock. Best known for its unusual title track, where the horns keep repeating the melody and the rhythm section improvises (in stead of the other way around). Whilst an acoustic album, it does signals Miles' transition from bop to jazz fusion; a hint at the next albums 'Miles in the Sky' and the critically acclaimed 'In A Silent Way'. Rhythm section: Tony Williams & Ron Carter[cargo]Recorded in two days in the summer of 1967''Nefertiti' is Miles Davis' last fully acoustic album, with no compositions from Miles himself. Most tracks are written by Wayne Shorter & Herbie Hancock. Best known for its unusual title track, where the horns keep repeating the melody and the rhythm section improvises (in stead of the other way around). Whilst an acoustic album, it does signals Miles' transition from bop to jazz fusion; a hint at the next albums 'Miles in the Sky' and the critically acclaimed 'In A Silent Way'. Rhythm section: Tony Williams & Ron Carter [cargo]

Tracklist
1
NEFERTITI
2
FALL
3
HAND JIVE
4
MADNESS
5
RIOT
6
PINOCCHIO
credits
Trumpet
Miles Davis
Tenor Saxophone
Wayne Shorter
Piano
Herbie Hancock
Photography
Bob Cato
Engineer
Ray Moore
Engineer
Fred Plaut
Drums
Anthony Williams
Bass
Ron Carter
Trumpet
Miles Davis
Tenor Saxophone
Wayne Shorter
Piano
Herbie Hancock
Photography
Bob Cato
Engineer
Ray Moore
Engineer
Fred Plaut
Drums
Anthony Williams
Bass
Ron Carter
Trumpet
Miles Davis
Tenor Saxophone
Wayne Shorter
Piano
Herbie Hancock
Photography
Bob Cato
Engineer
Ray Moore
Engineer
Fred Plaut
Drums
Anthony Williams
Bass
Ron Carter