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Show of the Week: Miles Davis – 7 Feb 1975 – Tokyo

Show of the Week: Miles Davis – 7 Feb 1975 – Tokyo

To honor the recent passing of guitarist Reggie Lucas, we present this Show of the Week from February 7, 1975 at Shinjuku Kohseinenkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan. This was days after the Osaka shows that went on to form the basis of the Pangaea and Agharta official releases. Miles Davis Group: Miles Davis (tpt, org); Sonny Fortune (ss, as, fl); Pete Cosey (g, perc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (el... »

New Box Set From Miles & Trane Documents the Final Tour

New Box Set From Miles & Trane Documents the Final Tour

Miles Davis led several seminal groups in jazz history. Although the 1960s quintet with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams gets the most props, the group preceding that influential ensemble featured John Coltrane, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb, who had been playing together since Kind of Blue and were touring regularly throughout Europe. On March 23, Columbia/... »

Gary Husband: Dirty and Beautiful Vol II

Gary Husband: Dirty and Beautiful Vol II

Gary Husband’s latest album, Dirty & Beautiful Volume 2 , is the follow-up to the well-received Volume 1. The music manages to be both evocative and forward-looking. This is no easy trick. All-star albums can present problems. The music can be difficult to take on tour since each song was tailored for a specific musician or band. It can also be daunting to present any sort of thematic vision f... »

Miles Davis - "Tribute to Jack Johnson"

Miles Davis – “Tribute to Jack Johnson”

People can talk about Bitches Brew all day long. But it was another Miles Davis album, the follow-up Tribute to Jack Johnson, which was the true harbinger of what fusion music was going to be all about. Davis said the album was the greatest rock record ever recorded. I am sure many rock purists would vehemently disagree with him. But you can not rock-out any farther than the cats that played on th... »

Miles Electric: A Different Kind Of Blue

Miles Electric: A Different Kind Of Blue

Miles Electric: A Different Kind Of Blue Eagle Rock Entertainment 123 min Dolby 5.1 DTS Subtitles 4:3 Interviews with: Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Dave Holland, Keith Jarrett, Mtume, Pete Cosey, Miles Davis, Santana, Dave Liebman, Gary Bartz, Jack DeJohnette, Stanley Crouch, Joni Mitchell, and Bob Beldon. Video performance: The complete (uninterrupted) set “Call It Anything��? from the Isle of Wi... »

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