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Miles Davis
The Bootleg Series Vol. 3: Miles At The Fillmore

COLUMBIA

'A microscope on everything before in jazz and everything that was happening then with all the protesting, the shootings, the beatings, the Black Panthers' (Carlos Santana). Blistering... nearly all unreleased.




Miles Davis Lift To The Scaffold
His piercingly atmospheric soundtrack to this film featuring the one and only Jeanne Moreau. A neglected Miles, with some of his most affective playing. Highly recommended.




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 Jazz Track
His piercingly atmospheric soundtrack to this film released as Frantic in the US, better known here as Lift To The Scaffold. A neglected Miles, with some of his very best playing. Highly recommended.





Miles Davis Steamin'
With Coltrane, Red Garland, Philly Joe and Paul Chambers. Steamin' is right... Usually rated the best of the groupin' with Cookin', Relaxin' and Workin'.






Miles Davis The Bootleg Series Vol. 2: Live In Europe 1969
With Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette, at the Antibes Jazz festival, and in Stockholm, and Berlin. Miles Runs The Voodoo Down, Nefertiti, Bitches Brew, Milestones, 'Round Midnight...



Miles Davis Friday Night At The Blackhawk, Miles Davis In Person
With Hank Mobley, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb, live in San Francisco in 1961.



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.



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