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Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine
 
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From the Prestige release "Cookin' with The Miles Davis Quintet".
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Miles Davis My Funny Valentine (My Complete Album)
 
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My Funny Valentine: Miles Davis in Concert is a 1965 live album by Miles Davis. It was recorded at a concert at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center, New . Cookin' with the Miles Davis Quintet is an album recorded in 1956 and released in 1957 Miles Davis -- trumpet, bandleader Paul Chambers -- double bass John . Miles Davis Quintet at Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center - My Funny Valentine (1964) Personnel: Miles Davis (trumpet), George Coleman (tenor sax), Herbie . Miles Davis - Cookin' With The Miles Davis Quintet Recorded: On 11 May and 26 October 1956 The Personnel: Miles Davis - Trumpet John Coltrane - Tenor .
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Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine 1964 Milan, Italy
 
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Miles Davis Quintet Teatro dell'Arte, Milan, Italy October 11 1964
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① Miles Davis In Concert - My Funny Valentine (1964)
 
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Album: My Funny Valentine / Miles Davis in Concert Personnel: Miles Davis (tp), George Coleman (ts), Herbie Hancock (p), Ron Carter (b), Tony Williams (ds) Recorded a concert at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center, New York City, NY, on February 12, 1964
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Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine (1964).
 
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My Funny Valentine: Miles Davis in Concert is a 1965 live album by Miles Davis. It was recorded at a concert at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center, New York City, NY, on February 12, 1964. The concert was part of a series of benefits staged at the recently built Philharmonic Hall (now known as the Avery Fisher Hall), co-sponsored by the NAACP, the Congress of Racial Equality and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Davis's set that night was ostensibly in support of voter registration in Mississippi and Louisiana, but he also mentioned in a Melody Maker interview that one of the concerts was in memory of John F. Kennedy, who had been assassinated the previous year. Kennedy's death had struck at the hopes of many in the Civil Rights movement, a cause dear to Miles, who had expressed his admiration for the President in 1962: "I like the Kennedy brothers; they're swinging people." Two albums were assembled from the concert recording. The up-tempo pieces were issued as Four & More, while My Funny Valentine consists of the slow and medium-tempo numbers. Davis biographer Ian Carr notes that the former were "taken too fast and played scrappily", while the Funny Valentine pieces "were played with more depth and brilliance than Miles had achieved before."He goes on to laud the album as "one of the very greatest recordings of a live concert … The playing throughout the album is inspired, and Miles in particular reaches tremendous heights. Anyone who wanted to get a vivid idea of the trumpeter's development over the previous eight years or so should compare [earlier recordings of "My Funny Valentine" and "Stella by Starlight"] with the versions on this 1964 live recording." The hurried nature of the faster pieces that night has been partially attributed to the sheer importance of the event weighing on Davis's young rhythm section, who were playing their biggest date yet. Tensions were only worsened by their anger on finding out they would not be paid for the performance. Pianist Herbie Hancock, twenty-three years old at the time, later described the psychological pressure on the quintet: "That was my first time playing at the Philharmonic Hall and that was, like, a big deal, because the new Carnegie Hall was the Philharmonic Hall. Just from the prestige standpoint I really wanted to play good—the whole band really wanted to play good because that was the whole band's first time playing there … although Miles had played at Carnegie Hall before … but it was really a special concert. Only the New York Philharmonic plays there … and I tell you something … it was really funny … when we walked away from that concert, we were all dejected and disappointed. We thought we had really bombed … but then we listened to the record - it sounded fantastic!" The concert marked the final recording of George Coleman with Miles Davis. He would be replaced by Sam Rivers, then Wayne Shorter. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Tracklist: 01.My Funny Valentine (L.Hart/R.Rodgers)...(00:00) 02.All Of You (Cole Porter)...(15:09) 03.Stella By Starlight (N.Washington/V.Young)...(30:17) 04.All Blues (Miles Davis)...(43:20) 05.I Thought About You (J.Van Heusen/J.Mercer)...(52:15). _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Personnel: 1.Miles Davis – trumpet 2.George Coleman – tenor saxophone 3.Herbie Hancock – piano 4.Ron Carter – bass 5.Tony Williams – drums. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Genre:Jazz/Modal/Cool Jazz Recorded:at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center,N.Y.C;February 12, 1964. Label: CBS – S 62510 Recording Engineer – Fred Plaut Liner Notes [Notes By] – Nat Hentoff Photography By – Giorgio Molinari
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"My Funny Valentine" feat. Sting
 
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Chris Botti performing "My Funny Valentine" with Sting at the Wilshire Theatre, December 2005.
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Miles Davis & John Coltrane -- My Funny Valentine
 
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The Complete Columbia Recordings: Miles Davis & John Coltrane (October 26, 1955 to March 21, 1961)
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Miles Davis Quartet - My Funny Valentine
 
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Miles Davis Quartet - My Funny Valentine (1956) Personnel: Miles Davis (trumpet), Red Garland (piano), Paul Chambers (bass), Philly Joe Jones (drums) from the album 'COOKIN' WITH THE MILES DAVIS QUINTET' (Prestige Records)
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Miles Davis -  My Funny Valentine - Full Album
 
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01 my funny valentine 02 blues by five 03 airegin 04 tune up 05 if i were a bell 06 you're my everything 07 if i could write a book 08 oleo 09 it could happen to you 10 woody'n you
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Chet Baker - My Funny Valentine
 
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Chet Baker - My Funny Valentine
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Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine
 
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My Funny Valentine by Miles Davis from the album 100 Essential Jazz Classics Released 2014-05-09 on AudioSonic Music Download on iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/album/id871271562?uo=6&app=itunes&at=10ldAw&ct=YTAT5060209954639 Download on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/search?q=Miles+Davis+100+Essential+Jazz+Classics&c=music&PAffiliateID=100l3VM Trumpeter, composer and bandleader Miles Davis was a truly influential figure, not only in Jazz, but music as a whole. His career, which extended from the end of World War II, to his death in 1991, aged 65, continues to resonate. Featured here are 100 of his finest and most influential compositions and performances. © 2014 Nordic Entertainment Ltd ℗ 2014 AudioSonic Music . This is officially licensed content, not a copyright infringement. For any issues, please get in touch with finetunes first.
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A smooth jazz instrumental cover of “My Funny Valentine” by the saxophonist Mark Maxwell
 
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This video is a high quality version of the song “My Funny Valentine” from the album “A Sax Tribute to Miles Davis” by Mark Maxwell. It is set to an image of the album cover. It is just one song in a playlist that makes up the whole album for your listening pleasure. Please like, comment, and subscribe to our channel if you enjoy the music. Many more videos and playlist will be uploaded on a regular basis. Mark Maxwell a is musician that loves playing soft smooth jazz saxophone instrumental that are great for background music during any occasion. Mark’s music is great for dinner parties, cocktail parties, and small intimate get-togethers. His smooth jazz sound is both relaxing and seductive. If you would like to purchase this song or album, please visit Mark’s personal music page at www.markmaxwellmusic.com You can also purchase it on iTunes or Amazon at the links below iTunes:http://itunes.apple.com/album/id714107866 Amazon:http://amzn.com/B00FE1HTSQ If you would like to stream it you can also do it via Rhapsody, RDIO and Spotify. RDIO:http://rd.io/x/Rl46pCQ-ZzYv/ Rhapsody:http://rd.io/x/Rl46pCQ-ZzYv/ Spotify:https://play.spotify.com/album/5YN8lO8HPMQg8QaUY8Xh3z Please check out our other YouTube channels for a more specific listening pleasure. Relaxing Music https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmdVa1yaoJ5JdwwR-WO9p7Q The Relaxing Music channel is a place for you to come and enjoy soft smooth relaxing instrumental music, primarily saxophone, guitar and piano based songs set to beautiful high quality images. Our videos consist of 2,4,6,and 8 hour long versions. It is perfect background music for many occasions. Put it on while you’re trying to relax, you’re while meditating, or even while you’re at the spa getting a massage. It will help center your energy with a Zen-like quality and realigning your Chakras while practicing Yoga or Reiki. Let it help take you to a deep relaxed state or put you to sleep at night or during a mid-day nap to reenergize your mind, body, and soul. Let it calm you while you study at home or while working at the office. Sexy Romantic Love Songs https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjcboTJVbOL53katjX79r8A/about The Sexy Romantic Love Song channel is a place for you to come and enjoy sexy smooth romantic instrumental music. These songs are primarily saxophone, guitar and piano based music set to beautiful high quality images for romance. It is perfect background music for many romantic occasions. Put it on while trying to relax or seduce your loved one or while trying to set the mood for an intimate evening. It will help release the tension and excite your inner passion. It is great background music while making love or while having a during a candlelit dinner.
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My Funny Valentine - Miles Davis
 
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Accompagné de Bill Evans
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My Funny Valentine by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart
 
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"My Funny Valentine" is a tune from the 1937 musical "Babes in Arms" by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. Recorded by Chet Baker, Frank Sinatra, and Miles Davis, the song has become an ageless jazz standard, performed by 600 musicians on more than 1,300 record albums. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Funny_Valentine. This version of "My Funny Valentine" was recorded on November 28, 2011 by Joe Barton (saxophone), Evan Chow (piano), Shane Louis (bass guitar), and Keenan Louis (drums). © 2011 Evan Chow.
Miles Davis- February 12, 1964 Lincoln Center, NYC [1st set] (My Funny Valentine/ Four and More)
 
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February 12, 1964 Philharmonic Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City, New York Miles Davis Quintet: Miles Davis (tpt); George Coleman (ts); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Tony Williams (d); with Mort Fega (ann) 1st set Autumn Leaves (J. Prevert-J. Mercer-J. Kosma) So What (M. Davis) Stella by Starlight (N. Washington-V. Young) Walkin' (R. Carpenter) All of You (C. Porter) The Theme (M. Davis)
Miles Davis Quintet - My Funny Valentine
 
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Album: Cookin' with the Miles Davis Quintet Personnel: Miles Davis (tp), Red Garland (p), Paul Chambers (b), Philly Joe Jones (ds) Recorded at Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey on October 26, 1956
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③ Miles Davis in Concert - Stella by Starlight (1964)
 
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Album: My Funny Valentine / Miles Davis in Concert Personnel: Miles Davis (tp), George Coleman (ts), Herbie Hancock (p), Ron Carter (b), Tony Williams (ds) Recorded live at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center, New York City, NY, on February 12, 1964
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Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine  ➔ Smooth Jazz Club
 
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Tracklisting Tok Tok Tok - Straighten Up And Fly Right John Coltrane - Violets For Your Furs Raphael Wressnig's Organic Tri - Stringdance Gerry Mulligan - Everything Happens To Me Musica Nuda Magoni & Spinetti - Imagine Tok Tok Tok - 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine Thelonious Monk With John Colt - Ruby My Dear Mezzoforte - Beyond The Horizon Maceo Parker - What A Wonderful World Gmf - Grand Mother's Funck - Radio Marcos Valle & Victor Biglione - Samba De Verao
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My Funny Valentine - Miles Davis
 
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Miles In Tokyo -Live Recorded at Kohseinenkin Hall, Shinjyuku Jul.14, 1964
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Miles Davis - My very funny Valentine SHREDS
 
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Spoof / Parody / Shreds Heretical tribute to Miles and Valentine.
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My Funny Valentine - Miles Davis
 
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Jazz At The Plaza Vol.1 Recorded live at Plaza Hotel, New York Sep.9, 1958
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Chet Baker ~ My Funny Valentine
 
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Chet Baker ~ My Funny Valentine
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Miles Davis Quintet at Philharmonic Hall - Stella by Starlight
 
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Miles Davis Quintet at Philharmonic Hall - Stella by Starlight (1964) Personnel: Miles Davis (trumpet), George Coleman (tenor sax), Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass), Tony Williams (drums) from the album 'MY FUNNY VALENTINE' (Columbia Records)
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My Funny Valentine - Chaka Khan
 
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...and Melvin Davis on the Bass...
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Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine
 
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https://www.facebook.com/PuertoLibre Album "Cookin' with The Miles Davis Quintet", released in 1957.
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② Miles Davis in Concert - All Of You (1964)
 
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Album: My Funny Valentine / Miles Davis in Concert Personnel: Miles Davis (tp), George Coleman (ts), Herbie Hancock (p), Ron Carter (b), Tony Williams (ds) Recorded live at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center, New York City, NY, on February 12, 1964
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Miles Davis Quintet at Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center - My Funny Valentine
 
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Miles Davis Quintet at Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center - My Funny Valentine (1964) Personnel: Miles Davis (trumpet), George Coleman (tenor sax), Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass), Tony Williams (drums), Mort Fega (master of ceremonies) from the album 'MY FUNNY VALENTINE' (Columbia Records)
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Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine
 
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My Funny Valentine by Miles Davis from the album Miles Away Released 2008-11-07 on Not Now Music Featured here are no less than 6 of Miles Davis' most popular albums: "'Round About Midnight", "Relaxin' With The Miles Davis Quintet", "Miles Ahead", "Cookin' With The Miles Davis Quintet", "Steamin' With The Miles Davis Quintet" and the rare and critically acclaimed movie soundtrack "Ascenseur pour l'echafaud". All recordings have been digitally re-mastered for optimum sound quality. © Not Now Music Ltd 2008 ℗ . This is officially licensed content, not a copyright infringement. If you should have any objections, please get in touch with finetunes first.
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④ Miles Davis in Concert - All Blues (1964 )
 
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Album: My Funny Valentine / Miles Davis in Concert Personnel: Miles Davis (tp), George Coleman (ts), Herbie Hancock (p), Ron Carter (b), Tony Williams (ds) Recorded live at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center, New York City, NY, on February 12, 1964
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miles davis sextet - my funny valentine
 
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L.Hart - R.Rogers Jazz At Plaza vol.1 The Miles Davis sextet : Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, Bill Evans, Paul Chambers, and Philly Joe Jones. Engineering : Russ Payne Columbia PC32470
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Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine (Live in Tokyo)
 
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Miles Davis's stellar recording of My Funny Valentine
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Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine (1964).
 
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My Funny Valentine: Miles Davis in Concert is a 1965 live album by Miles Davis. It was recorded at a concert at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center, New . My Funny Valentine: Miles Davis in Concert is a 1965 live album by Miles Davis. It was recorded at a concert at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center, New . Album: My Funny Valentine / Miles Davis in Concert Personnel: Miles Davis (tp), George Coleman (ts), Herbie Hancock (p), Ron Carter (b), Tony Williams (ds) . From the Prestige release "Cookin' with The Miles Davis Quintet". Miles Davis Quintet at Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center - My Funny Valentine (1964) Personnel: Miles Davis (trumpet), George Coleman (tenor sax), Herbie .
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Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine
 
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My Funny Valentine by Miles Davis from the album Five Miles Released 2011-09-23 on Not Now Music This set includes five classic Miles Davis albums; 'Round About Midnight', 'Miles Ahead', 'Milestones', 'Porgy And Bess' and '1958 Miles'. This is a great buy for either a seasoned Davis fan looking for remastered versions of these classics or for new fans looking for an introduction to this legendary trumpeter. © Not Now Music Ltd 2011 ℗ Not Now Music Ltd 2011 . This is officially licensed content, not a copyright infringement. If you should have any objections, please get in touch with finetunes first.
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Miles Davis- September 9, 1958 Plaza Hotel, NYC [Jazz At The Plaza]
 
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September 9, 1958 Persian Room, Plaza Hotel, New York City, New York Miles Davis Sextet: Miles Davis (tpt); Cannonball Adderley (as [out on -1, -2]); John Coltrane (ts [out on -2]); Bill Evans (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d) If I Were a Bell (F. Loesser) -1 Oleo (S. Rollins) My Funny Valentine (R. Rodgers-L. Hart) -2 Straight, No Chaser (T. Monk) The Theme (M. Davis)
My Funny Valentine (Live at the Plaza Hotel, New York, September 9, 1958)
 
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My Funny Valentine (Live at the Plaza Hotel, New York, September 9, 1958) · Miles Davis Sextet The Complete 1958 Miles Recordings (feat. John Coltrane) (Hd Remastered Edition, Doxy Collection) ℗ Doxy Records Released on: 2017-01-04 Author: Hart Composer: Hart Author: Rodgers Composer: Rodgers Auto-generated by YouTube.
⑤ Miles Davis in Concert - I Thought About You (1964)
 
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Album: My Funny Valentine / Miles Davis in Concert Personnel: Miles Davis (tp), George Coleman (ts), Herbie Hancock (p), Ron Carter (b), Tony Williams (ds) Recorded live at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center, New York City, NY, on February 12, 1964
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My Funny Valentine   ~~   Miles Davis
 
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My Funny Valentine is a song performances from a 1937 musical comedy ‘ Babes In Arms” The song is now considered jazz standards, which appear on more than 1300 albums, performed by more than 600 artists. In 1964 a live album created by Miles Davis was recorded at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center, New York City. The album My Funny Valentine consists of the slow and medium-tempo numbers that don't fail to stimulate the sophisticated jazz listener.
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Miles Davis- February 12, 1964 Lincoln Center, NYC [2nd set] (My Funny Valentine/ Four and More)
 
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February 12, 1964 Philharmonic Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City, New York Miles Davis Quintet: Miles Davis (tpt); George Coleman (ts); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Tony Williams (d); with Billy Taylor (ann) 2nd set All Blues (M. Davis) My Funny Valentine (R. Rodgers-L. Hart) Joshua (V. Feldman) I Thought About You (J. Mercer-J. Van Heusen) Four (M. Davis) Seven Steps to Heaven (V. Feldman-M. Davis) There is No Greater Love (M. Symes-I. Jones) The Theme (M. Davis)
My Funny Valentine Miles Davis 1964 Valentijn Selectie Selection A4 Education Only
 
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Not for commercial use ! ! ! My Funny Valentine Miles Davis 1964 Valentijn Selectie MY FUNNY VALENTINE My funny valentine Sweet comic valentine You make me smile with my heart Your looks are laughable Unphotographable Yet youre my favourite work of art Is your figure less than greek Is your mouth a little weak When you open it to speak Are you smart? But dont change a hair for me Not if you care for me Stay little valentine stay Each day is valentines day Is your figure less than greek Is your mouth a little weak When you open it to speak Are you smart? But dont you change one hair for me Not if you care for me Stay little valentine stay Each day is valentines day
My Funny Valentine
 
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Provided to YouTube by Horus Music Ltd My Funny Valentine · Miles Davis · Miles Davis · Stella By Starlight · John Coltrane Duets ℗ 2012 Vintage Records Released on: 2012-01-01 Composer: Richard Rogers Auto-generated by YouTube.
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Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine - Story by Prophet Jennings
 
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This is from the Miles Davis Radio Project. It was a multi part audio documentary narrated by Danny Glover with interviews from jazz legends and friends of Miles. You can get it here: https://www.artistowned.com/album_detail.cfm?artistid=159&albumid=20
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My funny Valentine backing track play along
 
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Jazz standard backing tracks Cherokee - https://youtu.be/t1d6OjPaCsA - play along - backing track Oleo - https://youtu.be/ho-3xIDMbik - play along - backing track How Insensitive - https://youtu.be/86UN8bLdENQ - play along - backing track The Girl From Ipanema - https://youtu.be/BAwzP7CuEDo - Play Along - Backing Track Take the A Train - https://youtu.be/tY15HImT-zQ - play along - backing track Blue Monk - https://youtu.be/HW3RvxXy0co - play along - backing track Just Friends - https://youtu.be/-YQErPu8RGI - play along - backing track Now's the time / Billie's Bounce (slow) - https://youtu.be/4wKICMNfzUc play along - backing track Impression - https://youtu.be/PvNBv4SaEi0 - play along - backing track - Satin doll - https://youtu.be/pntkeVUY0iU play along - backing track One note samba - https://youtu.be/VHco8PWVvv0 play along - Bb score - backing track Autumn leaves - https://youtu.be/Ly0ECIx6cP8 play along - Bb score - backing track My funny Valentine - https://youtu.be/PDqkLLrbV00 backing track play along St. Thomas - https://youtu.be/Xmmdemn96uo backing track play along Sonny Rollins Four - https://youtu.be/68Y4B05KH0A backing track Miles Davis play along All blues - https://youtu.be/FIyZVUjklQA backing track Miles Davis play along "My Funny Valentine" is a show tune from the 1937 Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart musical Babes in Arms in which it was introduced by former child star Mitzi Green. The song became a popular jazz standard, appearing on over 1300 albums performed by over 600 artists, including Chet Baker, Bill Evans, Duke Ellington, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Andy Williams, Shirley Bassey, Miles Davis, Nico, Elvis Costello and Chaka Khan. In 2015 it was announced that the Gerry Mulligan quartet featuring Chet Baker's version of the song will be inducted into the Library of Congress's National Recording Registry for the song's "cultural, artistic and/or historical significance to American society and the nation’s audio legacy". The song is usually performed in C minor, although B minor is also fairly common; Frank Sinatra recorded it in that key and the theatrical version was in B minor. Ella Fitzgerald recorded in G minor. The basic structure of the song on a C minor tonic is as follows: C-, C-maj7, C-7, C-6, Abmaj7, F-7, D-7(b5), G7(b9) ditto thru to the F-7, then Db9, Bb7(b9) (bridge) Ebmaj7, F-7, G-7, F-7, Ebmaj7, F-7, G-7, F-7, Ebmaj7, G7(+5),C-,(Bb7,A7) Abmaj7, D-7(b5) G7, C-, C-maj7, C-7, C-6, Abmaj7, D-7(b5) G7(b9), C-, Bb-7 A7, Abmaj7, F-7, Bb7(b9), C-7 (preferred, or Ebmaj7) This simple and classic structure makes it easy to adapt to other genres and for jazz musicians to improvise over the established chords. FROM: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Funny_Valentine My funny Valentine backing track play along
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Miles Davis - All Blues (1964).
 
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Album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FA791L90GU4 _______________________________________________________________________________________________ My Funny Valentine: Miles Davis in Concert is a 1965 live album by Miles Davis. It was recorded at a concert at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center, New York City, NY, on February 12, 1964. The concert was part of a series of benefits staged at the recently built Philharmonic Hall (now known as the Avery Fisher Hall), co-sponsored by the NAACP, the Congress of Racial Equality and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Davis's set that night was ostensibly in support of voter registration in Mississippi and Louisiana, but he also mentioned in a Melody Maker interview that one of the concerts was in memory of John F. Kennedy, who had been assassinated the previous year. Kennedy's death had struck at the hopes of many in the Civil Rights movement, a cause dear to Miles, who had expressed his admiration for the President in 1962: "I like the Kennedy brothers; they're swinging people." Two albums were assembled from the concert recording. The up-tempo pieces were issued as Four & More, while My Funny Valentine consists of the slow and medium-tempo numbers. Davis biographer Ian Carr notes that the former were "taken too fast and played scrappily", while the Funny Valentine pieces "were played with more depth and brilliance than Miles had achieved before."He goes on to laud the album as "one of the very greatest recordings of a live concert … The playing throughout the album is inspired, and Miles in particular reaches tremendous heights. Anyone who wanted to get a vivid idea of the trumpeter's development over the previous eight years or so should compare [earlier recordings of "My Funny Valentine" and "Stella by Starlight"] with the versions on this 1964 live recording." The hurried nature of the faster pieces that night has been partially attributed to the sheer importance of the event weighing on Davis's young rhythm section, who were playing their biggest date yet. Tensions were only worsened by their anger on finding out they would not be paid for the performance. Pianist Herbie Hancock, twenty-three years old at the time, later described the psychological pressure on the quintet: "That was my first time playing at the Philharmonic Hall and that was, like, a big deal, because the new Carnegie Hall was the Philharmonic Hall. Just from the prestige standpoint I really wanted to play good—the whole band really wanted to play good because that was the whole band's first time playing there … although Miles had played at Carnegie Hall before … but it was really a special concert. Only the New York Philharmonic plays there … and I tell you something … it was really funny … when we walked away from that concert, we were all dejected and disappointed. We thought we had really bombed … but then we listened to the record - it sounded fantastic!" The concert marked the final recording of George Coleman with Miles Davis. He would be replaced by Sam Rivers, then Wayne Shorter. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Tracklist: 01.All Blues (Miles Davis). _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Personnel: 1.Miles Davis – trumpet 2.George Coleman – tenor Saxophone 3.Herbie Hancock – piano 4.Ron Carter – Bass 5.Tony Williams – drums. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Genre:Jazz/Modal/Cool Jazz Recorded:at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center,N.Y.C;February 12, 1964. Released:1965 Label: CBS – S 62510 Recording Engineer – Fred Plaut Liner Notes [Notes By] – Nat Hentoff Photography By – Giorgio Molinari Producer – Teo Macero.
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My Funny Valentine-Miles Davis Tribute jazz backing track
 
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http://www.bobbysbackingtracks.com/en/ http://www.kitwalker.com/ http://www.youtube.com/user/normanjazzking Norman King and Kit Walker hitting this beautiful Miles Davis ballad.Have a listen.
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Miles Davis Quintet My Funny valentine Elac Mono PX4
 
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機器の構成は、 Elac Mono Turnover cartridge, Connoisseur Turntable, Leak Varislope3 overhauled by GTKaudio, PX4 Single mono amplifier produced by GTKaudio, Wharfedale 10" Sandfilled speaker imitated by GTKaudio
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Bill Evans's Bootleg Series1969 :My funny Valentine
 
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Bill Evans Trio March 26, 1969 Vara-studio Hilversum, Holland. Bill Evans- piano, Eddie Gomez- bass, Marty Morell- drums. 10. My funny Valentine 6:20,
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