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Miles Davis – Miles at the Fillmore 1970: Bootleg Series Volume 3 (2014)

28-03-2014, 22:01
Music | Jazz



Miles Davis – Miles at the Fillmore 1970: Bootleg Series Volume 3 (2014)

Artist: Miles Davis
Title Of Album: Miles at the Fillmore 1970: Bootleg Series Volume 3
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Sony Music / Legacy
Genre: Jazz, Fusion
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 250:20 min
Total Size: 575 MB
WebSite: amazon

Tracklist:

Disc: 1

1. Introduction
2. Directions
3. The Mask
4. It's About That Time
5. Bitches Brew
6. The Theme
7. Paraphernalia
8. Footprints

Disc: 2

1. Directions
2. The Mask
3. It's About That Time
4. Bitches Brew
5. The Theme
6. Spanish Key (Encore)
7. The Theme (Encore)

Disc: 3

1. Directions
2. The Mask
3. It's About That Time
4. I Fall in Love Too Easily
5. Sanctuary
6. Bitches Brew
7. The Theme
8. Miles Runs the Voodoo Down

Disc: 4

1. Directions
2. The Mask
3. It's About That Time
4. I Fall in Love Too Easily
5. Sanctuary
6. Bitches Brew
7. Willie Nelson
8. The Theme

MILES DAVIS live throughout 1970, as he was single-handedly bringing jazz into the commercial rock era! 4 audio discs of primarily unreleased music with complete performances including 2+ HOURS of extended material and the ultimate rarities. An eye-and-ear opening set curated by Carlos Santana, full of fascinating firsthand accounts and profound insight into a seismic shift in American society, music, and culture:

“If ever there was a time when a rock audience would be willing to open their ears and hear some great modern jazz like Miles was doing, it was at the Fillmore. Bill Graham created that environment consciously and honestly and brutally, and got a new generation to hear the beauty in this music. That was the deal: if you want to hear Steve Miller or Neil Young or Santana, you've got to hear Miles Davis. … The sound of Miles at the Fillmore is like a microscope on everything that happened before in jazz and everything that was happening then with all the protesting, the shootings, the beatings, the Black Panthers.” Carlos Santana

August 1969 to August 1970 was the most productive year of Miles Davis’s career: in that short span of time, the trumpeter recorded enough material for his studio double-album Bitches Brew, a studio single album Jack Johnson, three sides of another studio double-album Big Fun, four tracks from the double-album Live-Evil AND, across five nights at Bill Graham’s famed Fillmore rock palaces in April and June of 1970, coast-to-coast at both the Fillmore East & West—the complete, legendary concerts that will now see the light of day and be made available to fans in their entirety!






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