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Rome - 1969

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Filmed at the Teatro Sistina Theater in Rome, Italy October 27, 1969.

Personnel:

Miles Davis, trumpet
Wayne Shorter, tenor & soprano sax
Chick Corea, electric piano
Dave Holland, bass
Jack DeJohnette, drums

Medley comprised of:

"I Fall In Love Too Easily" (tail end of the piece)
"Sanctuary"
"The Theme"

In early 1969 after recording "In a Silent Way" drummer Tony Williams left the group and was replaced by Jack DeJohnette.

Influences of rock and funk enticed Davis to add electric instruments to his Quintet, bringing in additional players at various periods.



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