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Miles Davis

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1957

Songs / Tracks Listing

A Compulsion
Composed By - Miles Davis
B In Your Own Sweet Way
Composed By - Dave Brubeck

Line-up / Musicians

Bass - Paul Chambers (3) (tracks: B) , Percy Heath (tracks: A)
Drums - Philly Joe Jones (tracks: A) , Art Taylor (tracks: B)
Piano - Tommy Flanagan (tracks: B) , Walter Bishop (tracks: A)
Saxophone [Tenor] - Charlie Chan (tracks: A) , Sonny Rollins
Trumpet - Miles Davis

Releases information

Vinyl, 7": Metronome MEP 280 (Sweden)

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