Miles Davis - On the Corner - 1972 Jazz Funk - Audiophile - Sealed 180 Grm LP

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Miles Davis - On the Corner

Label: Music On Vinyl – MOVLP518
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 gram, gatefold sleeve
Country: Europe
Released: 28 May 2012
Originally Released: 1972
Genre: Jazz
Style: Fusion, Jazz-Funk


Side One:
1 - On The corner
2 - New York girl
3 - Thinking one thing and doin another
4 - Vote for Miles
5 - Black Satin

Side Two:
6 - One and one
7 - Helen Butte
8 - Mr Freedom X

A sublime bit of Miles electric funk! This landmark album features Miles playing with Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, Dave Leibman, and Jack DeJohnette -- crafting a Sly Stone-influenced batch of funky tracks that predates most of Herbie's own electric 70s work, and which shows that the Bitches Brew approach could be honed-down, leaned-up, and driven into a tight little groove

Miles Davis most criticized and overlooked work. Between 1972 & 1974, he broke from the jazz conforms and went far out into the deep spaces of creativity with his experimental electric sound effects and a totally new stripped down improvisation style that was less then well received by the critics of the time.

Miles Davis music 72-75: the most mind blowing sounds ever. I'm obsessed with it. The most beautiful, funky, mysterious, aggressive,bluesy, hypnotic sounds ever made. I have countless bootlegs - it's miraculous how this band made what is essentially a jam in E flat sound different every night. I'll never get bored of it. Everyone in the band plays perfectly

Here are just of the three cats miles played with during that time, Dave Liebman, Pete Cosey and Michael Henderson

.Lonnie Liston Smith Interview - "Miles Davis"

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Miles On The Corner" discussion in the his garden

talking a bit of their memories followed by an Impromptu jam of the Coltrane homage "Miles Mode". Accompanied by a musical selection with relevant photos of that period.

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Miles Davis - Black Satin

Multicultural stinkweed from a man who literally turned music inside out more than once. It's off the 1972 On The Corner album, a piece designed to appeal to a generation in love with Hendrix and Sly. The experiment didn't quite bring forth the youthful adulation he'd hoped for but it's now considered one of his most illuminating works. Tune it up.

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Condition New
Format LP, 180 Gram
Label Music On Vinyl
Artist Miles Davis
Color Black