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Miles Davis & John Coltrane - All Blues (Live in Stockholm 1960)
This is so good it should be illegal.
This is the first Miles & Coltrane I ever owned, or even heard for that matter, on a bootleg CD I bought my junior year of high school. It only contained three tracks; So What, On Green Dolphin Street, and All Blues. If it were possible to wear out a CD I'd have worn that one out. I listened to it at least once a day for the next two years and then a minimum of once a month for the next ten...