July 2, 2012 – 4:35 am

Update: June 25, 2012

A number of Bob Dylan tracks are no longer available for download.

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Berkeley 1967 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the Harmon Gymnasium, University of California, Berkeley, CA; April 7, 1967. Good to very good KALX radio broadcast.

In his autobiography, Miles wrote:

Around this time, Columbia wanted Gil [Evans] and me to do a jazz version of the music from the film Doctor Dolittle. See, Porgy and Bess had been my best-selling album, and so some real dumb motherfucker over there  thought that this Doctor Dolittle would be a great seller. After listening to that shit I said, “No way, Jose.” I took the band along with Gil to Berkeley, California, and we did a concert there and added a big band. [This was the 1968 festival.]

However, Miles did not mention the Berkeley concert in 1967. This is a comment on the show posted at “The only live recording of Dolores by this group, and the last known recording of Stella By Starlight.”

Thanks to jkeisers who shared the tracks on the net in 2006.

This is what jkeisers noted:

There are two versions of this concert in circulation: an audience recording with the complete concert, and a radio broadcast without the stage introduction and without the tune Agitation. This is the radio broadcast. The sound quality of this radio broadcast is quite good. This is an essential item for people interested in the music of the Second Quintet. It is an exciting and spectacular concert.

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Track 01. DJ Intro 00:18 (516k)
Track 02. Gingerbread Boy 09:08 (14.6MB)
Track 03. Stella By Starlight 10:17 (16.4MB)
Track 04. Dolores 07:08 (11.4MB)
Track 05. ‘Round Midnight 09:44 (15.6MB)
Track 06. So What 08:47 (14.1MB)
Track 07. Walkin’ 08:54 (14.3MB)
Track 08. Theme 00:31 (874k)
Track 09. DJ Outro 00:27 (1.0MB)
Total time: 55:34

Miles Davis - trumpet
Wayne Shorter - tenor saxophone
Herbie Hancock - piano
Albert Stinson - bass
Tony Williams - drums

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  1. 10 Responses to “MILES DAVIS - BERKELEY 1967”


    By dropkick sarge on Jul 2, 2012


    By dropkick sarge on Jul 2, 2012

  4. thanks big O. miles always welcome, especially with herbie, wayne and tony

    By Billy Jack on Jul 2, 2012

  5. If you like these recordings, you owe it to yourself to seek out “Live in Europe 1967: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 1″ by this stellar quintet. It contains a DVD that will give fans chills!

    By Johnny Kinkdom on Jul 3, 2012

  6. pre-electric electic miles!


    By I-) on Jul 3, 2012

  7. Thanks for more of the 2nd quintet.

    By Studio Joe on Jul 4, 2012

  8. Anyone know if he played on April 12th of 1967 and if the show is circulating? I’d love to make a copy for a good friend who was born on that day.

    By Motorvilleboy on Jul 4, 2012

  9. Glad to have this! And another shout out for the Live In Europe release - it’s fantastic and the DVD is worth the price of admission. Tony Williams is as mesmerizing to watch as he is to listen to.

    By Jeremy Shatan on Jul 5, 2012

  10. ooh la la!!! This is GOOD!!!

    By peskypesky on Jul 16, 2012

  11. Wow, loving this recording. Thank you for sharing it.

    By Matt on Aug 8, 2012

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