Miles Davis - Autumn Leaves FLAC
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- Photography By – Jean-Pierre Leloir
A1: Hackensack, New Jersey, March 9, 1958.
A2: Paris, December 4 & 5, 1957.
A3: New York, June 25, 1958.
A4: New York, May 26, 1958.
B1: New York, February 4, 1958.
B2: New York, July 8, 1955.
B3: New York, September 10, 1958
Bonus Track (B4): Paris, France, October 1951.
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