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The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions

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The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions
The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions.jpg
Compilation album by Miles Davis
Released September 30, 2003
Recorded November 19, 1969-June 4, 1970
Studio 30th Street Studio in New York City
Genre
Length 352:26
Label Columbia
Miles Davis chronology
Live-Evil
(1970)
The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions
(2003)
The Cellar Door Sessions
(1970)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4.5/5 stars[3]
Encyclopedia of Popular Music3/5 stars[4]
Mojo5/5 stars[5]
The Observer5/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media8.6/10[6]
Q4/5 stars[7]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide4.5/5 stars[8]
Uncut4/5 stars[2]
The Village VoiceB+[9]

The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions were recorded in April 1970 by Miles Davis, and released in September 2003. These sessions formed the basis for the 1971 album Jack Johnson, as well as some of the studio portions of Live-Evil.

They were recorded as the soundtrack for a documentary by the same name about the heavyweight world champion boxer Jack Johnson. One of the tracks closes with brief soliloquy by actor Brock Peters portraying Johnson.

Track listing

All compositions by Miles Davis except where noted.

Disc 1
No.TitleRecording date and studioLength
1."Willie Nelson (Take 2)**"February 18, 1970 at Columbia 30th Street Studio B6:41
2."Willie Nelson (Take 3)*"February 18, 1970 at CBS 30th Street Studio10:21
3."Willie Nelson (Insert 1)**"February 18, 1970 at CBS 30th Street Studio6:33
4."Willie Nelson (Insert 2)**"February 18, 1970 at CBS 30th Street Studio5:22
5."Willie Nelson (Remake Take 1)*"February 27, 1970 at Columbia Studio B10:45
6."Willie Nelson (Remake Take 2)"February 27, 1970 at Columbia Studio B10:17
7."Johnny Bratton (Take 4)*"February 27, 1970 at Columbia Studio B8:18
8."Johnny Bratton (Insert 1)*"February 27, 1970 at Columbia Studio B6:39
9."Johnny Bratton (Insert 2)*"February 27, 1970 at Columbia Studio B5:20
10."Archie Moore*"March 3, 1970 at Columbia Studio B4:45
Disc 2
No.Title...Length
1."Go Ahead John (Part One)**"March 3, 1970 at Columbia Studio B13:07
2."Go Ahead John (Part Two A)**"March 3, 1970 at Columbia Studio B7:00
3."Go Ahead John (Part Two B)**"March 3, 1970 at Columbia Studio B10:06
4."Go Ahead John (Part Two C)**"March 3, 1970 at Columbia Studio B3:38
5."Go Ahead John (Part One Remake)**"March 3, 1970 at Columbia Studio B11:04
6."Duran (Take 4)*"March 17, 1970 at Columbia Studio C5:37
7."Duran (Take 6)"March 17, 1970 at Columbia Studio C11:20
8."Sugar Ray*"March 20, 1970 at Columbia Studio B6:16
Disc 3
No.Title...Length
1."Right Off (Take 10)"April 7, 1970 at Columbia Studio B11:09
2."Right Off (Take 10A)**"April 7, 1970 at Columbia Studio B4:33
3."Right Off (Take 11)**"April 7, 1970 at Columbia Studio B5:58
4."Right Off (Take 12)**"April 7, 1970 at Columbia Studio B8:49
5."Yesternow (Take 16)*"April 7, 1970 at Columbia Studio B9:49
6."Yesternow (New Take 4)**"April 7, 1970 at Columbia Studio B16:02
7."Honky Tonk (Take 2)**"May 19, 1970 at Columbia Studio C10:04
8."Honky Tonk (Take 5)*"May 19, 1970 at Columbia Studio C11:29
Disc 4
No.Title...Length
1."Ali (Take 3)*"May 19, 1970 at Columbia Studio C6:50
2."Ali (Take 4)*"May 19, 1970 at Columbia Studio C10:16
3."Konda**"May 21, 1970 at Columbia Studio C16:29
4."Nem Um Talvez (Take 17)*" (Hermeto Pascoal)May 27, 1970 at Columbia Studio C2:50
5."Nem Um Talvez (Take 19)*" (Hermeto Pascoal)May 27, 1970 at Columbia Studio C2:54
6."Little High People (Take 7)*" (Hermeto Pascoal)June 3, 1970 at Columbia Studio C6:52
7."Little High People (Take 8)*" (Hermeto Pascoal)June 3, 1970 at Columbia Studio C9:28
8."Nem Um Talvez (Take 3)*" (Hermeto Pascoal)June 3, 1970 at Columbia Studio C4:36
9."Nem Um Talvez (Take 4A)" (Hermeto Pascoal)June 3, 1970 at Columbia Studio C2:04
10."Selim (Take 4B)" (Hermeto Pascoal)June 3, 1970 at Columbia Studio C2:15
11."Little Church (Take 7)*" (Hermeto Pascoal)June 4, 1970 at Columbia Studio C3:18
12."Little Church (Take 10)" (Hermeto Pascoal)June 4, 1970 at Columbia Studio C3:15
Disc 5
No.Title...Length
1."The Mask (Part One)*"June 4, 1970 at Columbia Studio C7:47
2."The Mask (Part Two)*"June 4, 1970 at Columbia Studio C15:45
3."Right Off"April 7, 1970 at Columbia Studio B26:54
4."Yesternow"April 7, 1970 at Columbia Studio B ("Yesternow") + February 18, 1970 at Columbia Studio B ("Willie Nelson", uncredited)25:36
  • "Right Off" includes an excerpt from an unaccompanied trumpet solo from November 19 or 18, 1969
  • "Yesternow" includes excerpts from the unaccompanied November 1969 trumpet solo with arco bass overdubbed, "Shhh/Peaceful" from In a Silent Way and the unaccompanied November 1969 trumpet solo with the following overdubs: orchestra arranged by Teo Macero and narration by Brock Peters
  • "Willie Nelson (Remake Take 2)" and "Duran (Take 6)" were originally released on Directions.
  • All takes of "Go Ahead John" were released as one assembled track on Big Fun.
  • "Honky Tonk (Take 2)" was partially released Get Up With It and Live-Evil.
  • "Konda" was partially released on Directions.
  • "Nem Um Talvez (Take 4A)", "Selim (Take 4B)" and "Little Church (Take 10)" were released on Live-Evil.

(*) Previously Unissued
(**) Previously Unissued in Full

Personnel

References

  1. ^ a b Nicholson, Stuart (October 19, 2003). "Miles Davis, The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions". The Observer. Retrieved May 26, 2016.
  2. ^ a b Uncut: 132. November 2003. Much of it's the equivalent of sparring, especially the skinny funk workouts on the second disc...
  3. ^ Jurek, Thom (2011). "The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions - Miles Davis | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 8 August 2011.
  4. ^ Larkin, Colin (2011). "Miles Davis". Encyclopedia of Popular Music (5th ed.). Omnibus Press. ISBN 0857125958.
  5. ^ Mojo: 136. November 2003.
  6. ^ Leone, Dominique (2011). "Pitchfork: Album Reviews: Miles Davis: The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions". pitchfork.com. Retrieved 8 August 2011.
  7. ^ Q: 130. November 2003.
  8. ^ Considine, J. D. (2004). "Miles Davis". In Brackett, Nathan; Hoard, Christian. The Rolling Stone Album Guide. Simon & Schuster. p. 216. ISBN 0-7432-0169-8.
  9. ^ Christgau, Robert (November 18, 2003). "Consumer Guide: Greatest Whatevers". The Village Voice. Retrieved May 26, 2016.

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