The original 1961 displayed a photograph by Leigh Wiener of Davis with his soon to be second wife. This album, also called The Complete Blackhawk, is a 2003 four-disc collection of the 1961 live performances of the Miles Davis Quintet at the Black Hawk nightclub in San Francisco. . The Black Hawk was a San Francisco nightclub which featured live jazz performances during its period of operation from 1949 to 1963. It was located on the corner of Turk Street and Hyde Street in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District. Guido Caccienti owned the club along with Johnny and Helen Noga. The site of the Blackhawk is now a parking lot. Still standing is the adjacent building and former green room to the Black Hawk Jazz club named The Three Deuces where tape recorders were set up to record the Miles Davis album. Now The Three Deuces is the home of Ales Unlimited: Beer Basement craft beer bar bringing back the old Jazz vibe.