Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Right Off · Miles Davis The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions ℗ Originally released 1971. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Producer: Teo Macero Guitar: John McLaughlin Bass Guitar: Mike Henderson Drums: Billy Cobham Organ: Herbie Hancock Soprano Saxophone: Steve Grossman Auto-generated by YouTube.
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Go Ahead John · Miles Davis / Miles Davis / Miles Davis / 邁爾士戴維斯 Big Fun ℗ 1974 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT Released on: 1997-12-29 Producer: Bob Belden Electric Guitar: John McLaughlin / 約翰麥可勞夫林 A& R Coordinator: Patti Matheny Drums: Jack DeJohnette A& R Coordinator: Darren Salmieri Engineer: Stan Tonkel Bass: Dave Holland Engineer: Frank Laico Saxophone: Steve Grossman Mixing Engineer: Russ Payne Mixing Engineer: Stan Weiss Mixing Engineer: John Guerriere Re- Mastering Engineer: Seth Foster Auto-generated by YouTube.
Recorded in 1969, In A Silent Way is one of the iconic landmarks of the Fusion revolution. For more information on this album, here is a link: http://www.jazzmanblue.com/articles/i... Posted for Education purposes. Keep this music alive by passing it down to future generations.
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Miles Runs the Voodoo Down · Miles Davis / Miles Davis / Miles Davis / 邁爾士戴維斯 Bitches Brew ℗ Originally released 1970. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Released on: 1992-05-25 Producer: Teo Macero Guitar: John McLaughlin / 約翰麥可勞夫林 Bass Guitar: Dave Holland Bass Guitar: Harvey Brooks Percussion: Lenny White Drums: Don Alias Drums: Jack DeJohnette Congas: Jumma Santos Piano: Joe Zawinul Piano: Chick Corea / 奇克柯瑞亞 Soprano Saxophone: Wayne Shorter / 韋恩蕭特 Bass Clarinet: Bennie Maupin Auto-generated by YouTube.
Miles Davis (tp) John McLaughlin (g) Herbie Hancock (key) Steve Grossman (ss) Bennie Maupin (bcl ) Sonny Sharrock (g ) Michael Henderson (elb) Dave Holland (b ) Billy Cobham (ds) Jack DeJohnette (ds ) 1970/2/18 1970/4/7  Right Off  Yesternow
February 1, 1975 Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan Miles Davis: Miles Davis (tpt, org); Sonny Fortune (ss, as, fl); Pete Cosey (g, perc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (el-b); Al Foster (d); Mtume (cga, perc) First concert 1st set Funk [Prelude, part 1] (M. Davis) -1 Agharta Prelude (M. Davis) -1 Maiysha (M. Davis) -1 issued as 'Prelude', parts 1 & 2 Agharta (CBS Sony [LP: Japan, 1975] SOPJ 92~93)
"Odd Fellows Rest" (1999) ---- Tracklist: 1. Intro 2. Planets Collide 01:19 3. …and Suffer as One 05:58 4. 1,000 Year Internal War 10:08 5. To Carry the Load 14:10 6. December’s Spawn 18:09 7. It’s All in the Gravity 23:30 8. Behind the Black Horizon 27:24 9. New Man Born 33:30 10. Scattered Pieces Lay 38:14 11. Odd Fellows Rest 43:35 12. On Frozen Ground 49:44 13. Remember Tomorrow 53:42 All rights reserved to Crowbar.
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Someday My Prince Will Come · Miles Davis / Miles Davis / Miles Davis / 邁爾士戴維斯 Someday My Prince Will Come ℗ Originally released 1961. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Released on: 1997-04-28 Composer: Frank Churchill Producer: Teo Macero Drums: Jimmy Cobb Composer: L. Morey Piano: Wynton Kelly Bass: Paul Chambers Tenor Saxophone: John Coltrane Tenor Saxophone: Hank Mobley Auto-generated by YouTube.