Miles Davis Featuring Sonny Rollins ‎– Dig

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Prestige ‎– LP 7012, Prestige ‎– PRLP 7012
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A1 Dig 7:33
A2 It's Only A Paper Moon 5:23
A3 Denial 5:38
B1 Bluing 9:55
B2 Out Of The Blue 6:14

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Recorded on October 5, 1951.

First pressing with yellow/black 'fireworks' label, deep groove, "446 W. 50th ST., N.Y.C." adress on both sides and RVG etched in dead-wax.

Tracks A1 & A2 first released on 10" LP, Prestige PRLP 124
Tracks B1 & B2 first released on 10" LP Prestige PRLP 140
Track A3 first released on 7" EP Prestige prEP 1361

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OJC-005, P-7012, 68452 Miles Davis Featuring Sonny Rollins Miles Davis Featuring Sonny Rollins - Dig(LP, Album, RE) Original Jazz Classics, Prestige, Carrere OJC-005, P-7012, 68452 France 1982 Sell This Version
LP 7012, PRLP 7012 Miles Davis Featuring Sonny Rollins Miles Davis Featuring Sonny Rollins - Dig(LP, Comp, Mono, RE, RM) Prestige, Prestige LP 7012, PRLP 7012 US Unknown Sell This Version
UCCO-9038 Miles Davis Featuring Sonny Rollins Miles Davis Featuring Sonny Rollins - Dig(CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM) Universal Classics & Jazz, Prestige UCCO-9038 Japan 2007 Sell This Version
0888072323278 Miles Davis Featuring Sonny Rollins Miles Davis Featuring Sonny Rollins - Dig(CD, Album, RE, RM) Original Jazz Classics, Prestige 0888072323278 Europe 2010 Sell This Version
OJCCD 005-2, P-7012, D 116448 Miles Davis Featuring Sonny Rollins Miles Davis Featuring Sonny Rollins - Dig(CD, Album, Club, RE, RM) Original Jazz Classics, Prestige, BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. OJCCD 005-2, P-7012, D 116448 US 1991 Sell This Version

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dlgale1974

dlgale1974

January 15, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

Some great playing on this, especially considering that Davis, Rollins and McLean were all heroin junkies at this point. This was Miles Davis' second recording for Prestige and Jackie Mckean's debut. Sounds quite old fashioned but I like it.