Daniel Davidson admiration of Miles Davis morphed into an admiration of his most successful album and perhaps the biggest selling jazz album of all time, Kind of Blue. Kind of Blue was recorded in two sessions at The Columbia Records studio in New York on March 2nd and April 22nd 1959. In the Miles Davis way the band members were briefed with what Davis had in mind but how they got there was going to be a spontaneous and moveable feast. There were no rehearsals. The sessions were recorded on three track tape so there was limited scope for editing. You might say the recording of the album was a live performance in a studio. The composition Blue in Green is credited to Miles Davis, Miles Davis and Bill Evans, and “100% Bill Evans by Earl Zindars, a close associate of Bill Evans for most of his career. It is considered to be a ballad, not a definition I understand. It is the third track on the first side of the album and was recorded on 2nd March 1959. Admire Miles Davis and the best of spontaneous improvisation wear our Daniel Davidson Admires Blue in Green t shirt.