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Miles Davis


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.85 | 125 ratings

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4 stars Miles and his band hang out On the Corner and add a substantial dose of funk to their fusion sound, previewing the dense, murky sound which would be showcased on a brace of live albums from around this era. Although Miles' fusion period would run out of gas a couple of years later, this album succeeds in adding another facet to it and keeping things hopping for just a little longer by teasing out the funk influences that had coloured Jack Johnson and moving a little away from rock. As a springboard into the deep, sinister waters of Dark Magus or Get Up With It, it's downright excellent.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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