CD reissue. Recorded on the same night as the more balladic 'My Funny Valentine', February 12, 1964 in New York City, Four & More is the exhilarating and upbeat part of this live performance. Performed at a sold-out concert, Four & More was spurred consistently by the rhythm section of pianist Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter on bass and especially by the cross percussion beat of drummer genius Tony Williams. Session saxophonist George Coleman, known as The Memphis Monster, even lends his tenor saxophone solos as he plays better as he did during his brief stay with Miles' band in the early-1960's. Completely remastered and remixed in it's complete and original format Four & More has never sounded more vibrant.
CD reissue. Recorded on the same night as the more balladic 'My Funny Valentine', February 12, 1964 in New York City, Four & More is the exhilarating and upbeat part of this live performance. Performed at a sold-out concert, Four & More was spurred consistently by the rhythm section of pianist Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter on bass and especially by the cross percussion beat of drummer genius Tony Williams. Session saxophonist George Coleman, known as The Memphis Monster, even lends his tenor saxophone solos as he plays better as he did during his brief stay with Miles' band in the early-1960's. Completely remastered and remixed in it's complete and original format Four & More has never sounded more vibrant.
8718627230695

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Format: CD
Label: MOCD
Rel. Date: 01/24/2020
UPC: 8718627230695

Four & More
Artist: Miles Davis
Format: CD
New: In Stock $12.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. So What
2. Walkin'
3. Joshua
4. Go Go (Theme ; Announcement)
5. Four
6. Seven Steps to Heaven
7. There Is No Greater Love
8. Go Go (Theme ; Announcement)

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CD reissue. Recorded on the same night as the more balladic 'My Funny Valentine', February 12, 1964 in New York City, Four & More is the exhilarating and upbeat part of this live performance. Performed at a sold-out concert, Four & More was spurred consistently by the rhythm section of pianist Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter on bass and especially by the cross percussion beat of drummer genius Tony Williams. Session saxophonist George Coleman, known as The Memphis Monster, even lends his tenor saxophone solos as he plays better as he did during his brief stay with Miles' band in the early-1960's. Completely remastered and remixed in it's complete and original format Four & More has never sounded more vibrant.