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BITCHES BREW

Miles Davis

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.27 | 372 ratings

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The Truth
5 stars This is the album that got me started into becoming a fan of jazz fusion, a genre that before had never impressed me. This album made me see things I had never seen before in music, such as the dominance of the trumpet. Before I had heard music with trumpet as the backing instrument but never the lead. I was impressed by his ability to play but, I guess I should've because he has been compared to Louis Armstrong on more than one occasion. John McLaughlins guitar playing is some of the best I've ever heard, he is undoubtedly the best fusion guitarist ever IMO, and this shows on his guitar solo track, rightfully named John McLaughlin. Tracks to listen to are the title track (great stuff just plain good music), Miles Runs the VooDoo Down, and if you have the bonus track version, Feio.
The Truth | 5/5 |

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