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Miles Davis Quintet

Band
1955 / Present
United States United States

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Band Miles Davis Quintet

Overview

History

Bebop quintet, active during the years 1955-1957. Consisted of Miles Davis, saxophonist John Coltrane, bassist Paul Chambers, drummer Philly Joe Jones and pianist Red Garland. This group also dabbled a few years more, but eventually faded as Miles reformed the group. The product was the new Miles Davis Quintet, commonly known as Miles's "Second Great Quintet". This group included all new members: saxophonist Wayne Shorter, bassist Ron Carter, drummer Tony Williams, and pianist Herbie Hancock. The Second Great Quintet disbanded around early 1968.

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Members

John Coltrane
Present
Miles Davis
Present
Herbie Hancock (piano)
1963 May - 1971
Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone)
1963 - 1969
Tony Williams (drums)
1962 - 1968
Ron Carter (double bass)
1962 - 1967
George Coleman (saxophone)
1962 - 1963
Sam Rivers (saxophone)
1963 - 1963
Paul Chambers
1954 - 1962
Philly Joe Jones
1954 - 1957
Red Garland
1954 - 1957

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Discography

Studio Album

1954
Album has 1 releases
1956
Album has 6 releases
1956
Album has 17 releases
1958
Album has 15 releases
1965
Album has 14 releases

Single

1954
Album has 1 releases