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Filles de Kilimanjaro Studio album by Miles Davis Released January 29, 1969 Recorded June 19-21 & September 24, 1968 at Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York Genre Jazz, fusion, post-bop Length 56:30 Label Columbia/Legacy Producer Teo Macero Professional reviews Allmusic link All About Jazz (favorable) link Rolling Stone (favorable) 1969 Rolling Stone 2004 Sputnikmusic link Uncut link Miles Davis chronology Miles in the Sky (1968) Filles de Kilimanjaro (1969) In a Silent Way (1969) Filles de Kilimanjaro (French: "Girls/Daughters of Kilimanjaro") is a studio album by American jazz recording artist Miles Davis. It was recorded in June and September 1968, and Columbia Records released the album in 1969. The June sessions featured Wayne Shorter on saxophone, Herbie Hancock on the electric Rhodes piano, Ron Carter on electric bass, and Tony Williams on drums. The September sessions replaced Hancock with Chick Corea, and Carter with Dave Holland. During the September sessions, Holland played acoustic bass and Corea played an RMI Electra-piano in addition to acoustic piano.[1]:52 These are Holland and Corea's first known recordings with Davis. The album was produced by Teo Macero and engineered by Frank Laico and Arthur Kendy. The album can be seen as a transitional work between Davis's mainly acoustic recordings with the Second Quintet and his later electric period (for example, Bitches Brew). Davis apparently saw it this way, as the album was the first in what would become a series of his releases to bear the subtitle "Directions in music by Miles Davis." However, author Paul Tingen points out that while Carter and Hancock played electric instruments at the first recording session, the later session was a bit of a throwback, in which Holland played only acoustic bass and Corea played both acoustic and electric piano.[1]:52 Stanley Crouch, a staunch critic of Davis' use of electric instruments, has described the album as "the trumpeter's last important jazz record."[1]:40,46 Gil Evans, with whom Davis had previously collaborated, helped compose, arrange, and produce the album, though he is not mentioned in the credits.[2]:273 Evans co-composed "Petits Machins", which he later recorded as "Eleven" with himself and Davis listed as co-composers.[2]:273 The song "Mademoiselle Mabry (Miss Mabry)," while credited to Davis, is actually Gil Evans' reworking of "The Wind Cries Mary" by Jimi Hendrix (Davis and Evans had met with Hendrix several times to exchange ideas).[2]:271 At the same time, some portions of the song resemble Lieber and Stoller's "On Broadway".[1]:52 Davis married Betty O. Mabry Davis in September 1968, and named "Mademoiselle Mabry (Miss Mabry)" for her.[1]:52 The song itself was recorded during the same month as Davis' wedding.[1]:52 Betty Davis appears on the album cover.[2]:269 The album title refers in part to Kilimanjaro African Coffee, a company in which Davis had made a financial investment.[2]:272 Davis decided to list all the song titles in French to give the album an exotic touch.[2]:272 Contents 1 Track listing 1.1 Side one 1.2 Side two 2 Performers 3 Credits 4 References // Track listing All songs credited to Miles Davis (see previous text). Original LP configuration: Side one "Frelon Brun (Brown Hornet)" – 5:39 "Tout de Suite (Right Away)" – 14:07 "Petits Machins (Little Stuff)" – 8:07 Side two "Filles de Kilimanjaro (Girls of Kilimanjaro)" – 12:03 "Mademoiselle Mabry (Miss Mabry)" – 16:32 The first and last tracks were recorded in September 1968, the others in June. The CD reissue includes a sixth track, an alternate take of "Tout de Suite". Performers Miles Davis - Trumpet Wayne Shorter - Tenor saxophone Herbie Hancock - Fender Rhodes electric piano on tracks 2-4 & 6 Chick Corea - Electric piano on tracks 1 & 5 Ron Carter - Electric bass on tracks 2-4 & 6 Dave Holland - Double bass on tracks 1 & 5 Tony Williams - Drums Credits Teo Macero - Production (original recording) Frank Laico, Arthur Kendy - Engineering Hiro - Cover art References ^ a b c d e f Tingen, Paul (2001). Miles Beyond: The Electric Explorations of Miles Davis, 1967-1991 (first printing ed.). New York: Billboard Books. ISBN 0-8230-8346-2.  ^ a b c d e f Szwed, John (2002). So What: The Life of Miles Davis (first ed. ed.). New York: Simon & Schuster. 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