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THE COMPLETE ON THE CORNER SESSIONS

Miles Davis

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.31 | 14 ratings

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cataclysta
5 stars Complete on the Corner Sessions is a fantastic compilation of all Miles Davis session recorded between 1972 and 1975. Part of this music was originally released on albums like On The Corner, Big Fun and Get Up With It but most of the material on this compilation is completely new. All the sessions are presented in the chronological order (except of the last CD with sessions from 1972).

You can find everything here: avant-garde, funk, jazz rock, krautrock, African music and finally fantastic, mesmerizing improvisations. You can find here instruments like electric sitar, congas and tablas but also fantastic musicians like: Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, Jack DeJohnette, Michael Henderson, Al Foster and many others. On some parts you can find crazy saxophone music similar to Ian McDonald's improvisations. Nothing more to say here. This music is out of any classifications.

Together with the music you will get a booklet (over 100 pages) with many interesting information and photos from the sessions and concerts.

You will never be bored with this music. Over 6 hours of fantastic material.

cataclysta | 5/5 |

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