#1
What's your favorite version of Autumn Leaves? I'm trying to listen t a bunch of them and I'm wondering which ones are worth buying. I already have the Joe Pass version.
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#3
Cannon Ball's version on Somethin' Else. Miles plays on it too.
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#4
Yeah Stanley Jordan's live one is pretty sweet, since Charnett Moffett justs rips on the bass.
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#5
miles davis i guess with cannonball
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Cannon Ball's version on Somethin' Else. Miles plays on it too.


this is the best I've ever heard
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also I posted a thread here a week or so ago about late guitar maestro Ted Greene. There's a youtube video linked to it, of him playing the song. I would highly encourage ev'ryone to take a look at that


By far the best version of Autumn Leaves I've heard.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AlrpMgoP_uc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEvN7QtqDK4
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Cannon Ball's version on Somethin' Else. Miles plays on it too.

I love that recording! Definitely gets my vote.