Miles Davis
Jovel Music Hall
Muenster, WG

source: analog audience recording
gen: ?
taper: ?
files provided by: jormajeff
digital transfer/edit by mossa 2024-01: cdr -> eac -> Adobe Audition -> cdwave -> TLH

01 One Phone Call (Right Off)/Street Scenes/Speak (That�s What Happened)
02 New Blues (Star People)
03 Perfect Way
04 The Senate/You And Me
05 Human Nature
06 Wrinkle
07 Tutu
08 Movie Star
09 Splatch
10 Time After Time
11 Full Nelson
12 Don�t Stop Me Now
13 Carnival
14 Tomaas
15 Break Intermission
16 Jean Pierre
17 Burn
18 Portia

Miles Davis - Trumpet, Keyboards
Kenny Garrett - Alto Sax, Flute
Robert Irving III - Keyboards
Adam Holzman - Keyboards
Joe �Foley� Mc Creary - Bass
Darryl Jones - Bass Guitar
Rudy Bird - Percussion, DX 7 Percussion

- Most likely this was recorded by PB, a masive MD collector back in the days. We traded a lot in the laTE 80's but lost contact, Most of hios recordings were done with MKE 2002 - WM D6.
- disc fades cleaned

Original notes:
Sony ECM 909 at 120� (flip cuts patched with Sennheiser MKE 2002)>Sony WM D6 C, Maxell XL II, Dolby C (PB: Nakamichi LX-3)>Marian Marc 2 Soundcard (24 bit/ 64 Khz setting)>HDD>Audio Restoration Remaster with Wavelab 7.0 (using Sonic Foundry Noise Reduction at highest resolution, and other 32, and 64 bit plug ins, including close up applause compression)>16 bit, 44.1 Khz downsampling>-0.01 db normalisation>tracking with CD Wave>FLAC Frontend (at 8).

At the beginning of the officially called My Ding Tour they played the same compositions over about 160 minutes. At the end of the tour they have passed the 3 hour mark every night. There where not many off nights in between on this continental Europe autumn 1987 tour, and a lot of the travels were done in a tour bus.

There was only a temporary audio engineer on this tour who decided to mix in mono. The recording was done about 6 meters away from stage. The ECM 909 with it�s cardioid recording field picked up a lot signals from the stage, so it is stereo sound, except on the flip patches. The Sennheiser binaurals have recorded 360�, and show how the sound had really been.

Complete Show