Miles Davis Fillmore West October 15, 1970 180g 2LP
Miles Davis Fillmore West October 15, 1970 180g 2LP
Genre: Jazz
Label: Hi Hat
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"

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Miles Davis Fillmore West October 15, 1970 180g 2LP

Miles Davis

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Availability: Expected On 07-31-2020
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SKU:
HIHLP001
UPC:
5297961900127
Remastered 1970 Broadcast On 180 Vinyl Double LP!

1970 was a turning point for Miles Davis, and it proved to be the most consistently intriguing year of his decades-long career. Davis had previously performed exclusively in jazz clubs and festivals, and Dave Holland, when he arrived from England in 1968, noted that he was "shocked at how few people were coming to Miles's concerts." But by the beginning of 1970, in conjunction with the April release of Bitches Brew, Davis began appearing at rock venues, sharing the bill with established rockers like Steve Miller, Grateful Dead, and Neil Young and often playing to audiences of thousands. His appearance at Bill Graham's Fillmore West on October 15, 1970, highlights the transitional phase in Davis's career, with his septet following a relatively consistent set list in order to provide a cross-section of his repertoire to a young and relatively unfamiliar audience. In hindsight, this was an important move, and an acknowledgement of the reality that this was the demographic Davis would need to capture if he were to remain both fresh and relevant. This performance was rapturously applauded by a fresh audience, fully endorsing Davis's profound ability. Hi Hat presents the complete KPFA-FM radio broadcast of this performance, a tribute to the iconic jazz musician that portrays the depth and diversity at work at such a vitally important point in his career. Played by Miles Davis: trumpet; Gary Bartz: soprano and alto saxophones; Keith Jarrett: electric piano and organ; Michael Henderson: bass; Jack DeJohnette: drums; Airto Moreira: percussion; and Juma Santos: percussion. Pressed on 180-gram vinyl. Includes insert with analytical liner notes and photos. Remastered sound.

Features:

• Remastered
• 180g Vinyl
• Double LP
• UK import
• Insert

Selections:
LP 1
Side A:

1. Honky Tonk
Side B:
1. What I Say
2. Sanctuary


LP 2
Side C:

1. Yesternow
Side D:
1. Bitches Brew
2. Funky Tonk - The Theme
Description
Remastered 1970 Broadcast On 180 Vinyl Double LP!

1970 was a turning point for Miles Davis, and it proved to be the most consistently intriguing year of his decades-long career. Davis had previously performed exclusively in jazz clubs and festivals, and Dave Holland, when he arrived from England in 1968, noted that he was "shocked at how few people were coming to Miles's concerts." But by the beginning of 1970, in conjunction with the April release of Bitches Brew, Davis began appearing at rock venues, sharing the bill with established rockers like Steve Miller, Grateful Dead, and Neil Young and often playing to audiences of thousands. His appearance at Bill Graham's Fillmore West on October 15, 1970, highlights the transitional phase in Davis's career, with his septet following a relatively consistent set list in order to provide a cross-section of his repertoire to a young and relatively unfamiliar audience. In hindsight, this was an important move, and an acknowledgement of the reality that this was the demographic Davis would need to capture if he were to remain both fresh and relevant. This performance was rapturously applauded by a fresh audience, fully endorsing Davis's profound ability. Hi Hat presents the complete KPFA-FM radio broadcast of this performance, a tribute to the iconic jazz musician that portrays the depth and diversity at work at such a vitally important point in his career. Played by Miles Davis: trumpet; Gary Bartz: soprano and alto saxophones; Keith Jarrett: electric piano and organ; Michael Henderson: bass; Jack DeJohnette: drums; Airto Moreira: percussion; and Juma Santos: percussion. Pressed on 180-gram vinyl. Includes insert with analytical liner notes and photos. Remastered sound.

Features:

• Remastered
• 180g Vinyl
• Double LP
• UK import
• Insert

Selections:
LP 1
Side A:

1. Honky Tonk
Side B:
1. What I Say
2. Sanctuary


LP 2
Side C:

1. Yesternow
Side D:
1. Bitches Brew
2. Funky Tonk - The Theme
Genre
Jazz
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Artist
Miles Davis
Title
Fillmore West October 15, 1970
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
33RPM
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
12-09-2015
Availability
Expected On 07-31-2020
Format
Vinyl
ISBN
Release Date
12-14-2015
ASSOC
R
Scratch & Dent
0
EXPECT_ON
2020-07-31 00:00:00.000
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