|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|11||Ornithology / A Night In Tunisia||2||Audio||1946||Esquire|
|14||Miles Davis All Stars Featuring John Coltrane With Cannonball Adderley||7||Audio||1988||Jazz Band Records|
|16||Miles Davis All Stars And Gil Evans||6||Audio|
|18||Bag's Groove / Swing Spring||2||Audio||1956||Barclay|
|19||Walkin'||6||Audio||2010||Jazz Wax Records|
|20||Rare Broadcast Performances||6||Audio||Ozone (4)|
|21||Chasing The Bird / Little Willie Leaps||2||Audio||1947||Savoy Records|
|25||Live In 1958-59||10||Audio||1990|
|33||3 In 1: Bags' Groove / Walkin' / Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants||20||Audio||1996-09-27||Prestige|
|34||Walkin' / ウォーキン||5||Audio||1999-02-03|
|36||Walkin' / ウォーキン||5||Audio||2006-06-21|
Miles Davis All Stars is not a band but a generic band name used for releases by different Miles Davis combos including high profiled sidemen. Like with Miles Davis's Quintet's, Sextet's, Nonet's and other combo's, the musicians playing under the name varies a lot. Below is a list of examples of the use of the All Star band name. This list may not be complete:
1947: The Miles Davis' All Stars were credited in the Savoy sessionography for an august 14th session including Miles Davis (tp) Charlie Parker (ts) John Lewis (p) Nelson Boyd (b) and Max Roach (d). Tracks from the session was released under several name variations, including Miles Davis and Charlie Parker - but none as by The Miles Davis All Stars.
1950: A session was held june 30th under the name Miles Davis' Birdland All Stars. Musicians were: Miles Davis (tp) Fats Navarro (tp) J.J. Johnson (tb) Brew Moore (ts) Tadd Dameron (p) Curly Russell (b) Art Blakey (d). Tracks were released under the name: Miles Davis All Stars And Gil Evans.
1952: On may 2nd and May 3rd a recording was made at Birdland, NYC, with The Miles Davis Sextet. Musicians included: Miles Davis (tp) Jackie McLean (as) Don Elliott (vib, mel) Gil Coggins (p) Connie Henry (b) Connie Kay (d). The recording has been released as by Miles Davis And His All Stars.
1954: An April 3rd session by Miles Davis Quintet including Miles Davis (tp) Dave Schildkraut (as) Horace Silver (p) Percy Heath (b) and Kenny Clarke (d) and an april 29th session By the Miles Davis Sextet including Miles Davis (tp) J.J. Johnson (tb) Lucky Thompson (ts) Horace Silver (p) Percy Heath (b) and Kenny Clarke (d) were released on the album "Walkin'" as by Miles Davis All Stars.
1954: December 24th Miles Davis Quintet recording session including Miles Davis (tp) Milt Jackson (vib) Thelonious Monk (p) Percy Heath (b) and Kenny Clarke (d). Tracks released as by Miles Davis All Stars as well as by Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants.
1958: A May 17 Miles Davis Quintet broadcast including Miles Davis (tp) John Coltrane (ts) Bill Evans (p) Paul Chambers (b) and Philly Joe Jones (d) has been released as by Miles Davis All Stars Featuring John Coltrane And Bill Evans.