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Miles Davis The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings
Miles Ahead, Porgy And Bess, Sketches Of Spain, Quiet Nights. Two discs of alternate and rehearsal takes. Loads of notes, rare photos. His ineffable collaborations with Gil Evans. Essential, obviously; such a steal...



Miles Davis Bitches Brew
The original album in both formats plus two previously unissued takes and some edits; forty-five minutes live at Tanglewood Festival in 1970; a DVD of a 1969 set for Danish TV; a fifty-page LP-sized book.



Miles Davis Bitches Brew Live
Three previously unissued tracks from the Newport Jazz Festival of 1969, kicking off with Miles Runs The Voodoo Down no less, plus the full set from the Isle Of Wight in 1970. A steal.



Miles Davis The Bootleg Series Vol. 1: Live In Europe 1967
Only Miles, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams playing five full-length concerts never before issued; and the sole known film of this ineffable lineup between 1965-8.




Miles Davis Live-Evil
With Keith Jarrett, Jack DeJohnette, John McLaughlin, Airto, Gary Bartz, Wayne Shorter different lineups around 1970 running jazz into Sly and JB and way out the other side.




Miles Davis Agharta
An afternoon in Osaka, 1975. With an On The Corner kind of gang Sonny Fortune, Pete Cosey, Reggie Lucas, Michael Henderson, Al Foster and Mtume. 'The greatest electric funk-rock jazz record ever made' (Allmusic).



Miles Davis Sketches Of Spain
180g, DMM, 45rpm vinyl from Doxy. But the way to go is definitely the slightly more expensive HQ-180 RTI pressing in a numbered edition from Sony.



Miles Davis Bags' Groove
From 1957... with Monk and Milt Jackson on the title-track; Rollins and Horace Silver on the rest.



Miles Davis Live in Copenhagen 1964
With Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams. Not a bad lineup.



Miles Davis Circle In The Round
Spanning 1955 to 1970. The eighteen-minute closer a fusion version of a David Crosby is essential, out of this world. If you don't know it, you should spring for this CD without hesitation.