Miles Davis - We Want Miles album download
We Want Miles is a double album recorded by jazz trumpeter Miles Davis in 1981, produced by Teo Macero and released by Columbia Records in 1982. The album combines recordings from the first live appearances by Davis in more than five years, at Boston's Kix Club, on June 27, 1981. Other tracks were recorded at Avery Fisher Hall, New York City, on July 5, and in Tokyo, October 4 of that year.
All compositions by Miles Davis, unless otherwise indicated. June 27, 1981 (a) Miles Davis (tpt); Bill Evans (ss, ts, fl, el-p); Mike Stern (el-g); Marcus Miller (el-b); Al Foster (d); Mino Cinelu (perc) Recorded live at the Kix Club, Boston, MA. July 5, 1981 (b) Same personnel as June 27 Avery Fisher Hall/Lincoln Center, NYC. October 4, 1981 (c) Same personnel as June 27 Recorded live at Shinjuku Nishi-Guchi Hiroba, Tokyo, Japan. Note: Disc 1, tracks 5-6 and Disc 2, track 3 previously issued only in Japan on the CD Miles! Miles! Miles! (CBS/Sony SRCS 6513/14), November 1, 1992
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Miles Davis, who seems to have majored in live albums over the past dozen years, offers another two-record set, We Want Miles, culled from his return to live performing last summer. Each of the album’s five tunes is a long exercise in tension building and release, during which Miles enters, stirs things up and then fades away while the rest of the.
LP (Item 57316) Columbia, 1982 - Condition: Very Good+. LP, Vinyl record album. This is the ultimate Miles Davis album – the one that includes so many songs that we've heard way too much in Starbucks, in retail stores, or at a friend's house who claims to be a "jazz expert", but is really a yuppie dilettante. Yet somehow, over all the years,.