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* ''Hannibal'' and ''Amandla'' from [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amandla_(album) Amandla] released in 1989,  
 
* ''Hannibal'' and ''Amandla'' from [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amandla_(album) Amandla] released in 1989,  
 
* his cover of [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Jackson Michael Jackson]’s [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_Nature_(Michael_Jackson_song) Human Nature] from his 1986 album [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tutu_(album) Tutu]
 
* his cover of [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Jackson Michael Jackson]’s [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_Nature_(Michael_Jackson_song) Human Nature] from his 1986 album [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tutu_(album) Tutu]
* his cover of [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyndi_Lauper Cindy Lauper]’s [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_After_Time_(Cyndi_Lauper_song) Time After Time] from his 1985 album [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/You%27re_Under_Arrest_(Miles_Davis_album) You’re Under Arrest].  
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* his cover of [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyndi_Lauper Cyndi Lauper]’s [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_After_Time_(Cyndi_Lauper_song) Time After Time] from his 1985 album [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/You’re_Under_Arrest_(Miles_Davis_album) You’re Under Arrest].  
 
They also performed three songs that were still unreleased at that time :  
 
They also performed three songs that were still unreleased at that time :  
* ''Wrinkle'', recorded in 1985 and written by Davis, Zane Giles, Randy Hall and Wayne Linsey. Live versions of the track have been issued over the years but the studio version remains unreleased. Interestingly, the performance included on this album contains an (uncredited) horn interpolation of [[America]].
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* ''Wrinkle'', recorded in 1985 and written by Davis, Attala Zane Giles, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randy_Hall Randy Hall] and Wayne Linsey. Live versions of the track have been issued over the years but the studio version remains unreleased. Interestingly, the performance included on this album contains an (uncredited) horn interpolation of [[America]].
 
* [[Penetration]] and [[Jailbait]] submitted by [[Prince]] to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_Davis Miles Davis] in early 1991 and originally recorded during sessions for [[Madhouse]]’s third album [[Album: 24 (1989)|24]] in 1988. Davis recorded his own versions of the tracks with his musicians. Both [[Madhouse]] and Davis’ studio versions remain unreleased.
 
* [[Penetration]] and [[Jailbait]] submitted by [[Prince]] to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_Davis Miles Davis] in early 1991 and originally recorded during sessions for [[Madhouse]]’s third album [[Album: 24 (1989)|24]] in 1988. Davis recorded his own versions of the tracks with his musicians. Both [[Madhouse]] and Davis’ studio versions remain unreleased.
  
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The album was released for the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African-American_Music_Appreciation_Month Black Music Month].
 
The album was released for the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African-American_Music_Appreciation_Month Black Music Month].
  
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|credits                = <sup>1</sup> Written by [[Prince]] <br>
<sup>2</sup> Written by [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_Davis Miles Davis], Attala Zane Giles, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randy_Hall Randy Hall] and Wayne Linsey contains an uncredited horn interpolation of [[America]] written by [[Prince]] <br>
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<sup>2</sup> Written by [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_Davis Miles Davis], Attala Zane Giles, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randy_Hall Randy Hall] and Wayne Linsey; contains an uncredited horn interpolation of [[America]] written by [[Prince]] <br>
 
|musicians              = [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_Davis Miles Davis] - trumpet
 
|musicians              = [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_Davis Miles Davis] - trumpet
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_Garrett Kenny Garrett] - alto saxophone
 
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*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deron_Johnson_(musician) Deron Johnson] - synth
 
*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deron_Johnson_(musician) Deron Johnson] - synth
 
*Richard Patterson - bass guitar
 
*Richard Patterson - bass guitar
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|production              =  Florence Joelle Halfon - producer for the posthumous release
* Erin Davis, Cheryl Davis, Vince Wilburn, Jr and Darryl Porter executive producers for the posthumous release
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* Ashley Kahn - producer for the posthumous release
* Patrick Savey engineer
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* Vince Wilburn, Jr - producer and executive producer for the posthumous release  
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* Erin Davis - executive producer for the posthumous release
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* Cheryl Davis - executive producer for the posthumous release 
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* Darryl Porter - executive producer for the posthumous release  
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* Patrick Savey - engineer
 
* John Webber - mastering
 
* John Webber - mastering
 
|thanks                  = Special thanks to Kenny Garrett, Deron Johnson, Foley, Ricky Wellman and the Miles Davis Band crew, Patrick Savey and Marie Salazar at Zycopolis, Jean-Paul Boutellier, Benjamin Tanguy, and everyone at Jazz à Vienne, Jeff Biederman at Manatt Phelphs & Phillips, Kristen Foster and Gabi Hollander at Full Coverage Communications, David Weise, Glenn Frank, Jaime Masuda and Kourtney Campbell at David Weise & Associates, a Division of NKSFB, LLC, Bruce Lampcov at Downtown Music Group, Bruno Tilley, Alicia Yaffe, Susanne Savage, Sheryl Farber, Kristin Attaway, David Ponak, Kent Liu and Gene Lee at Rhino.
 
|thanks                  = Special thanks to Kenny Garrett, Deron Johnson, Foley, Ricky Wellman and the Miles Davis Band crew, Patrick Savey and Marie Salazar at Zycopolis, Jean-Paul Boutellier, Benjamin Tanguy, and everyone at Jazz à Vienne, Jeff Biederman at Manatt Phelphs & Phillips, Kristen Foster and Gabi Hollander at Full Coverage Communications, David Weise, Glenn Frank, Jaime Masuda and Kourtney Campbell at David Weise & Associates, a Division of NKSFB, LLC, Bruce Lampcov at Downtown Music Group, Bruno Tilley, Alicia Yaffe, Susanne Savage, Sheryl Farber, Kristin Attaway, David Ponak, Kent Liu and Gene Lee at Rhino.
 
* Dedicated to the memory of Ricky Wellman
 
* Dedicated to the memory of Ricky Wellman
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Merci Miles!, Live At Vienne

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Album details


Released: 25 June 2021
Length: 80:11
Label(s): Warner Bros. / Rhino
Studio(s): Théâtre Antique, Vienne, France

Charts, Certifications & Awards


Charts
This album has not charted in the USA
Certifications
This album has not received any certifications in the USA
Awards
This album has not received any awards in the USA

Singles released


  • None at the time of release.

See also


24
(Unreleased album)
 
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Merci Miles!, Live At Vienne is a posthumous release of a previously unreleased live performance by Miles Davis recorded on 1 July 1991 at Théâtre Antique in Vienne, France. This is one of Davis’ final performances before his death on 28 September 1991. Merci Miles!, Live At Vienne is the 69th posthumous release overall, including compilations and box-sets.

During this concert, Miles Davis and his band perform tracks from his recent albums :

They also performed three songs that were still unreleased at that time :

  • Wrinkle, recorded in 1985 and written by Davis, Attala Zane Giles, Randy Hall and Wayne Linsey. Live versions of the track have been issued over the years but the studio version remains unreleased. Interestingly, the performance included on this album contains an (uncredited) horn interpolation of America.
  • Penetration and Jailbait submitted by Prince to Miles Davis in early 1991 and originally recorded during sessions for Madhouse’s third album 24 in 1988. Davis recorded his own versions of the tracks with his musicians. Both Madhouse and Davis’ studio versions remain unreleased.


Promotion

The album was released for the Black Music Month.



Track listing
CD
Details given for the Prince-related track only:
  1. Hannibal
  2. Human Nature
  3. Time After Time
  4. Penetration (9:00) 1
  5. Wrinkle 2
  6. Amandla
  7. Jailbait (5:55) 1
  8. Finale (Band only)

1 Written by Prince
2 Written by Miles Davis, Attala Zane Giles, Randy Hall and Wayne Linsey; contains an uncredited horn interpolation of America written by Prince



Personnel
Musicians


Production
  • Florence Joelle Halfon - producer for the posthumous release
  • Ashley Kahn - producer for the posthumous release
  • Vince Wilburn, Jr - producer and executive producer for the posthumous release
  • Erin Davis - executive producer for the posthumous release
  • Cheryl Davis - executive producer for the posthumous release
  • Darryl Porter - executive producer for the posthumous release
  • Patrick Savey - engineer
  • John Webber - mastering


Thanks
  • Special thanks to Kenny Garrett, Deron Johnson, Foley, Ricky Wellman and the Miles Davis Band crew, Patrick Savey and Marie Salazar at Zycopolis, Jean-Paul Boutellier, Benjamin Tanguy, and everyone at Jazz à Vienne, Jeff Biederman at Manatt Phelphs & Phillips, Kristen Foster and Gabi Hollander at Full Coverage Communications, David Weise, Glenn Frank, Jaime Masuda and Kourtney Campbell at David Weise & Associates, a Division of NKSFB, LLC, Bruce Lampcov at Downtown Music Group, Bruno Tilley, Alicia Yaffe, Susanne Savage, Sheryl Farber, Kristin Attaway, David Ponak, Kent Liu and Gene Lee at Rhino.
  • Dedicated to the memory of Ricky Wellman



Releases
LP, CD, Cassettes and Other versions
 
Additional Information

Promotion (at time of release) Trivia


References
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The Lost Tapes
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