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Miles Davis - Bitches Brew CD

Japan; Remastered
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CategoryRock/Pop Albums, Jazz CDs, Super Audio

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Bitches Brew album for sale by Miles Davis was released Dec 15, 2007 on the Sony / BMG Japan label. Bitches Brew CD music contains a single disc with 7 songs.

Miles Davis - Bitches Brew Album Track Listing

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1Pharaoh's Dance See All 1120:00 $1.29(Available)
2Bitches Brew See All 2810:06 $0.99(Available)
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3Spanish Key See All 228:16 $0.99(Available)
4John McLaughlin See All 114:22 $0.99(Available)
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5Miles Runs the Voodoo Down See All 367:40 $0.99(Available)
6Sanctuary See All 332:12 $0.99(Available)
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7Feio (*) See All 5 Miles Davis FEIO Lyrics11:49(Available)

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Average Rating:4 stars
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5 stars
(4) (2)
As far as jazz goes this album is more full of life than any other album ive ever heard. Miles is amazing at putting a lot of feeling into one note and this album is full of emotion.
By Mustin (Anderson, IN)
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5 stars
(2) (1)
Noise? Yes. Wonderful noise.
No other Davis album expresses the soul of the artist as well this one. It is pure energy on a slow burn interpolated with fantastic flights. It is one of the few albums that I never tire of--each time I listen to it I get chills, and I must have heard it a thousand times--often enough to wear out two sets in vinyl and another in tape. Put me on the proverbial desert island with a few books and a few records and this would be first on my list. The only reason I can think of not to get it is that "The Complete Bitchs Brew Sessions" is even better--much better. Davis had a way of getting the very best out of the very best players and CBBS shows this even more forcefully than the original release. It appears, however, that this album also attracts considerable resentment-- those in self-forged chains often resent flights of freedom in others. If Picasso had never left his 'Blue Period,' he would not be remembered, and if Miles had continued to bop he would not have been the force in jazz that he came to be--here a master frees himself from conventional expression and shows what is possible.
By stainpouch (Atlanta)
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5 stars
(3) (2)
I know a lot of jazz 'purists' disagree, but the music here is what I consider to be 'the real thing'. Even though I don't consider myself a 'music bully'(like the majority of Beatles fans...yes, you know who you are), this time I'll have to state that everybody needs to listen to this all the way through at least once in their life. Any music conversation you may have in the future will be sorely uninformed due to your neglect of this masterpiece. Listen - learn - then tell others.
By Paul (Liverpool, UK.)
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3 stars
(2) (2)
I pride myself on being an adventurous listener, and I'm a musician to boot, but I have a hard time finding something to hold on to here. Unlike some, I don't suspect that all lovers of this album are posing as aesthetes, but I'm embarrassed to say that my harmonic and melodic tastes are a little more traditional than this album allows. It's odd--I love a lot of ambient music that doesn't value melody at all--but this music feels like oversaturation to me. I'm glad that Miles continued to's what he did (and his best records are ALL post-bop anyway) but this one leaves me cold.
By James (Minneapolis, MN)
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5 stars
(0) (1)
Fusion masterpiece
This album is one of fusion's early experimental endeavors. Lots of textures and moods through long jam sessions laced with an army of floating spacious rhodes pianos and organs. Miles is very adept at using these spaces to play against; sometimes in a rather sparingly way (he was a great listener of the other musicians he was working with). Multiple drummers and bassists (often both acoustic and electric) are panned to different sides of the stereo spectrum to make the sound full and dynamic but not overbearing (the use of 2 to 3 keyboards at a time is also use this way). The cd liner notes let you know who is playing in which speaker, etc. Miles also has some interesting effects, like echo, on his horn and is getting into technology at this point. Very experimental and free; very cool stuff indeed. If you don't like fusion then you'll probably disagree with me.
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Bitches Brew songs Product Details

CD Universe Part number7513749
LabelSony / BMG Japan
Catalog number10089/90
Release DateDec 15, 2007
Additional InfoJapan; Remastered
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