Bitches Brew (Bonus Track Version) - Miles Davis

Bitches Brew (Bonus Track Version)

Miles Davis

  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 1992-05-25
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

  • ℗ Originally Recorded 1970, Originally Released 1970 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Pharaoh's Dance Miles Davis 20:04 USD Album Only
2
Bitches Brew Miles Davis 26:59 USD Album Only
3
Spanish Key Miles Davis 17:32 USD Album Only
4
John McLaughlin Miles Davis 4:22 USD 1.29
5
Miles Runs the Voodoo Down Miles Davis 14:01 USD Album Only
6
Sanctuary Miles Davis 10:56 USD Album Only
7
Feio Miles Davis 11:49 USD Album Only

Reviews

  • Miles Ahead>>>>>

    5
    By Nyekushon
    Brilliant!
  • High profile

    3
    By Stay Warm
    This album was ok. After the album was over nothing inside of me shouted "The most revolutionary jazz album of all time!", it pretty much struck me as a high profile wank session. Miles has better playing on several albums, as well as McLaughlin.
  • Best

    5
    By Whitemamba35
    The best trumpet player ever no questions asked
  • WOW!!!

    5
    By allend89
    This is real music people that is why you'll never hear it on the radio. Do yourself a service and buy this album while your ears still work. And for those of you keeping track at home, Lady Gaga has sold 23 million albums and 64 million singles. Please do your part and listen to real musicians playing instruments... Ya know like they did back in the stone age.
  • Give it a few listens, and then you'll understand.

    5
    By Red Cape Man
    This album is unlike anything you've ever heard. The first time you listen to it, heck, the first FIVE times you listen to it, you'll be startled, confused, and disgusted. It's just too weird and different. That's because this is an album YOU have to come to, it won't come to you. If you give it time, and listen to it repeatedly, you'll get used to all the weirdness in the music, that's what the human mind does. And then, you'll grow to love it. You'll wish MORE musicians did things like this, because it's a world that you can only visit when you pop this music on, and it's something profound, beautiful, and honestly beyond words, so I don't know why I try. But once you understand this album, you'll know what all the fuss it about. Trust me, I didn't, and I scorned this album for years, but now I can't live without it!
  • One of the best jazz albums

    5
    By Guryrfgg
    Awsome album
  • Miles meets Jimi Hendrix and Sly Stone at the end of the 1960's

    5
    By CoolFreeHardBop3
    Woodstock took place in August 1969 in a farm in upstate New York and, at the same time, Miles Davis and a bunch of young turks (Corea, McLaughlin, Maupin, DeJohnette, Holland, etc) walked into the studio and blasted away 70 years of "jass" music and created a new fusion of sound. Miles was the only one who could have done this...he cared NOT about critical reaction (as usual). Get this record now.
  • Artist name titles

    4
    By Bulldogg666
    I don't want to buy some music and have an artist name I can't read. I think there's something wrong with iTunes/Miles Davis tonight. I was getting ready to order, but am going to wait until they fix this.
  • Only by a musical genius

    5
    By fabric9refresher
    This album is inspirational to many musicians in many different ways. Some say each song builds itself up so greatly that it eventually leads to nothing, and that's the beauty of the work. Radiohead based a good portion of inspiration for their groundbreaking album "OK Computer" off of this Miles Davis piece. It's probably best to give this album a few listens before understanding it's reality, but once you get it, you will love it.
  • An absolute must-have

    5
    By jasustar
    An absolute must-have classic. Considered by many to be the beginning of the jazz fusion genre. Miles Davis' sidemen on this album went on to create some of the most innovative groups of the 1970s. I agree with some reviewers that the iTunes price was extortionate, but when you get the urge to hear a piece of music at midnight, and you want to hear it now, I'm willing too pay the price. At any rate, this album is worth every penny.

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