Back when bootlegs carried the cachet of backwoods moonshine, collectors obsessed over the marvelous concerts on this DVD/three-CD set. Circa 1967, the jazz icon was still playing acoustic, and his final quintet would rejigger the standards and originals dramatically on a nightly basis. The set lists may have looked similar, but here’s proof they didn’t sound alike — and that they’ll still get you mighty high. A
PREMIX Davis displays his uncanny ability to reinterpret his songs with each play (Camera Press / Marc Sharratt)
Music Label: Columbia/Legacy
Posted September 14 2011 — 12:00 AM EDT
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