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  1. Doramar

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    This double LP opens with two very long tracks that took up a full side of a vinyl record. The 20 minutes track “Pharoah’s Dance” opens the album, while “Bitches Brew” fills the second side with a lengthy 26 minutes. Engineers like to keep the side of a record to 22 minutes or less, due to physical limitations of a .
  2. Vugami

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    Miles Davis - Bitches Brew: Tracklist (Vinyl) A: Pharaoh's Dance: B: Bitches Brew: C1: Spanish Key: C2: John McLaughlin: D1: Miles Runs The Voodoo Down: D2: Sanctuary * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review This is the album that found Miles losing some of his older jazz.
  3. Taukus

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    Sep 29,  · 1st pressing on "two-eye" Columbia labels. This version pressed at Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria, as indicated by the 'S' in the raycarsimpsicaperranavitytyre.xyzinfoed by Customatrix, as per the 'o' in runouts. A nearly identical and presumably later Santa Maria two-eye pressing also exists, with a credit reading only "-W. Shorter -" on track D2 (no "M. Davis-"), as per Bitches Brew/5().
  4. Mezijinn

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    "Spanish Key" Recorded Columbia Studio B, New York City August 21, Miles Davis - trumpet Wayne Shorter - soprano saxophone Bennie Maupin - bass clarinet Joe Zawinul - electric piano - Left Larry Young - electric piano - Center Chick Corea - electric piano - Right John McLaughlin - electric guitar Dave Holland - bass Harvey Brooks - electric bass Lenny White - drum set - Left Jack.
  5. Mezishura

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    Sep 10,  · The first thing that Bitches Brew made clear is that Miles was keenly interested in expanding the idea of what his music could be, and was starting to stretch it .
  6. Arami

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    Bitches Brew(gatefold marbled vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code with obi-strip). Bitches Brew. Miles Runs The Voodoo Down. Spanish Key. Pharaoh's Dance. End date: Apr 30,
  7. Mikaran

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    Mar 31,  · In contrast to the highly manipulated “Pharaoh’s Dance” and title track, Davis and Macero let Bitches Brew remaining tracks — “Spanish Key,” “John McLaughlin,” “Miles Runs the Voodoo Down,” and “Sanctuary” — remain relatively untouched. (“Voodoo” is the only start-to-finish, unaltered take on the album.).
  8. Mazunos

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Terre Haute Pressing Vinyl release of Bitches Brew on Discogs. Label: Columbia - GP 26 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Misprint Terre Haute Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Fusion3/5(3).
  9. Kegal

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    The title “Spanish Key” indicated that Miles had returned again to the modal adventure exactly where he had left it ten years earlier in “Flamenco Sketches” and “Teo.” Original issue: Columbia LP GP 26 on March 30, Producer: Teo Macero Engineers: Frank Laico (CD 1, track 2; CD 2, tracks 2, 4) Stan Tonkel (all other tracks).

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