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Rated X - Miles Davis - Get Up With It (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Buy Miles Davis Lost Quintet -Remast- Vinyl LP today from Discrepancy Records with Fast & Free Delivery Australia's Top Rated Online Vinyl Record LP Store, we're your number one shop for vinyl records.
  2. Miles Davis' last studio session before a few years of seclusion – and a really monumental effort, probably the baddest of the electric period! The album does a great job of capturing the energy of the frenzied live sets from that time, and matching it with Teo Macero's cut and paste editing, and wizardry at the mixing console. The side long piece "He Loved Him .
  3. Get Up with it is a nice overview of Miles Music from the early 70s. Recorded between and , all of it is true to that period, he was exploring electric music and there's lots of free jams. The percussion is incredible, Airto and whoever else is on it. Some sounds like Santana, others just like Bitches Brew, but it all jams/5(92).
  4. Rated X Has got to be the most twisted mental acid wah wah funk track of all time. An absolute monster!! Hard Acid Voodoo Funk at it's finest. This entire /5().
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Get Up With It on Discogs. Label: CBS/Sony - 28AP ~4 • Series: Big Jazz Fusion 23 - No.7 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Free Jazz, Post Bop, Fusion/5(6).
  6. Davis was once again ready for a change, and a new young blood band (Wayne Shorter, Tony Williams, Ron Carter and Herbie Hancock) helped him jettison any .
  7. MILES DAVIS. Menu. OBCHODNÉ PODMIENKY AKO NAKUPOVAŤ KONTAKTY KAMENNÁ PREDAJŇA BLOG Hi-Fi technika z analógovej éry News on vinyl Reggae with Spirit of 69 Fanzin Reggae Recipe Hudobné burzy v Bratislave Ako kúpiť dobrý gramofón? Rady a tipy pre Vás. Prihlásenie. Prihlásenie. Email * Heslo *.
  8. When Get Up with It was released in , critics -- let alone fans -- had a tough time with it. The package was a -- by then customary -- double LP, with sessions ranging from and a large host of musicians who had indeed played on late-'60s and early-'70s recordings, including but not limited to Al Foster, Airto, John McLaughlin, Reggie Lucas, Pete Cosey, Mtume, David .

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