A composition on Miles Davis' Someday My Prince Will Come LP, from 1961; it made its way into the regular setlist of the Davis quintet, and was on a few live albums from the period before the revamped group of 1965. It was named after Teo Macero, a saxophonist, and the producer (and editor) of many Miles recordings; the next quintet would record another named-after-Teo tune ("Teo's Bag") in 1968.

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