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THE SECOND SPRING

Miles Davis

Jazz Rock/Fusion


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Live, released in 1991

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Spring (Part Two) (42:35)

Line-up / Musicians

- Bill Evans / sax
- Mike Stern / guitar
- Marens Miller / bass
- Al Foster / drums
- Mino Cinelu / percussion
- Miles Davis / trumpet, keyboards

Releases information

1991: Paradise/ Abraxas P1030-2

Live in Rome (April 22, 1982)

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