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The Miles Davis Quintet

Real Name:Miles Davis Quintet
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The Miles Davis Quintet did not exist continously, but was formed several times with different basic line-ups. Mainly known are the two "Great Quintets".

"First Miles Davis Quintet" or First Great Miles Davis Quintet" - 1955 to 1958 with the following main artists (changes in line-up not shown here):
Miles Davis — Trumpet
John Coltrane — Tenor Saxophone
Red Garland — Piano
Paul Chambers (3) — Double Bass
"Philly" Joe Jones — Drums
increased to Sextet in 1958 with Cannonball Adderley — Alto Saxophone

"Second Miles Davis Quintet" or "Second Great Miles Davis Quintet" - 1964 to 1969 with the following main artists (changes in line-up not shown here):
Miles Davis — Trumpet
Wayne Shorter — Tenor Saxophone
Herbie Hancock — Piano
Ron Carter — Double Bass
Anthony Williams — Drums

Outside these timespans there were also several Quintets besides the so called "Great Quintets". Several albums performed by the described Quintets are not credited to the group PAN, but to Miles Davis, please submit an "Ensemble" credit in these cases! (E.g. Miles Davis - Miles Davis At Carnegie Hall)

Sites:Wikipedia
Members:"Philly" Joe Jones, Albert Stinson, Anthony Williams, Barney Wilen, Bill Evans, Britt Woodman, Charles Mingus, Curly Russell, Davey Schildkraut, Elvin Jones, Frank Butler, George Coleman, Hank Mobley, Herbie Hancock, Horace Silver, Jack DeJohnette, Jimmy Cobb, John Coltrane, John Lewis (2), Kenny Clarke
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