Vinyl LP pressing. Quiet Nights, originally released in 1963, is the ninth studio album by Miles Davis and his fourth and final album collaboration with Gil Evans. The '60s saw the popularization of bossa nova in American homes, and Davis, an admirer of the Brazilian style, recorded this album inspired by the new craze. Accompanied by Evans's conscientious arrangements, standards such as "Once Upon a Summertime" and "Wait Till You See Her" showcase Davis's unmistakably unique style. Recorded in New York City between July 27, 1962 and April 17, 1963.