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Miles Davis — Miles Davis at Fillmore: Live at the Fillmore East (2014)

 Miles Davis — Miles Davis at Fillmore: Live at the Fillmore East (March 25, 2014)

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Miles at the Fillmore 1970: Bootleg Series Volume 3
Location: New York
Album release: March 25, 2014
Duration: 4h, 10min.,18sec. (68:57+
Recording date: April 11, 1970
Tracks:
CD 1: Fillmore East, Wednesday, June 17, 1970
01 Introduction by Bill Graham     0:05
02 Directions     10:24
03 The Mask     11:04
04 It’s About That Time     10:45
05 Bitches Brew     13:42
06 The Theme     0:41
07 Paraphernalia (From the Fillmore West, April 11, 1970)     11:03
08 Footprints (From the Fillmore West, April 11, 1970)     11:13
CD 2: Fillmore East, Thursday, June 18, 1970
01 Directions
02 The Mask
03 It’s About That Time
04 Bitches Brew
05 The Theme
06 Spanish Key (Encore)
07 The Theme
CD 3: Fillmore East, Friday, June 19, 1970
01 Directions
02 The Mask
03 It’s About That Time
04 I Fall In Love Too Easily
05 Sanctuary
06 Bitches Brew
07 The Theme
08 Miles Runs The Voodoo Down (from the Fillmore West, April 11, 1970)
CD 4: Fillmore East, Saturday, June 20, 1970
01 Directions
02 The Mask
03 It’s About That Time
04 I Fall In Love Too Easily
05 Sanctuary
06 Bitches Brew
07 Willie Nelson
08 The Theme
℗ Originally recorded 1970 & released 2014. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
All selections previously unreleased.  Fillmore East tracks were originally issued in edited form on Miles Davis at Fillmore (Columbia 30038, 1970).


Personnel:                                                                                            Miles Davis: trumpet
Steve Grossman: tenor and soprano saxophones
Chick Corea: electric piano
Keith Jarrett: organ and tambourine (CD1#1-6, CD2, CD3#1-7, CD4)
Dave Holland: bass
Jack DeJohnette: drums
Airto Moreira: percussion, flute (CD1#1-6, CD2, CD3#1-7, CD4), vocal (CD1#1-6, CD2, CD3#1-7, CD4).
CREDITS:
Vince Aletti  Quotation Author
Steve Berkowitz  Producer
Sammy Cahn  Composer
Josh Cheuse  Art Direction
Chick Corea  Piano (Electric)
Glen Craig  Photography
Michael Cuscuna  Liner Notes, Producer, Production Notes
Dave Darlington  Mixing, Remixing
Cheryl Davis  Executive Producer
Erin Davis  Executive Producer
Miles Davis  Composer, Primary Artist, Trumpet
Jack DeJohnette  Drums
Steve Grossman  Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Don Heckman  Quotation Author
Dave Holland  Bass
Keith Jarrett  Organ, Tambourine
Martin Klimas  Cover Art
Donna Kloepfer  Mastering
Mike Kull  Tape Research
Teo Macero  Original Recording Producer, Producer
Tara Master  Project Director
Airto Moreira  Flute, Percussion, Vocals
Nell Mulderry  Production Director
Amalie R. Rothschild  Photography
Hubert Saal  Quotation Author
Richard Seidel  Producer, Production Notes
Wayne Shorter  Composer
Jule Styne  Composer
Stan Tonkel  Engineer
Maria Triana  Restoration
Vince Wilburn, Jr.  Executive Producer
Mark Wilder  Mastering, Restoration
Joe Zawinul  Composer
Review by Thom Jurek;  Score: ****½
♣   Until now, the official recordings of Miles Davis‘ performances at the Fillmore East between June 17 and 20, 1970 have been limited to Miles at the Fillmore, released as a double-disc. That album’s producer Teo Macero edited the recordings to create medleys of each night’s music to four 20-minute selections.
♣   This four-disc set contains the full concerts. There are 100 minutes of previously unreleased music from Wednesday through Saturday, and an additional 35 minutes of unreleased music from a previous gig at the Fillmore West. These concerts featured the Davis band opening for songwriter Laura Nyro. Bill Graham regularly booked jazz acts to play on bills with rock and pop acts. The rock- pop context is significant because Davis was actively courting that audience — aided not only by Graham but by FM DJs playing the just-released Bitches Brew. The band — saxophonist Steve Grossman, Dave Holland on electric bass, drummer Jack DeJohnette, percussionist Airto Moreira, Chick Corea on electric piano, and Keith Jarrett on organ — was loud and driving, and its sound was drenched in wah-wah pedals; distortion was employed when necessary. Both keyboardists played in the group for only three months. The program for each evening was basically the same: “Directions,” “The Mask,” “It’s About That Time,” “Bitches Brew,” and “The Theme.” But each disc offers a different bonus: an encore, an unexpected performance, or tracks from the Fillmore West. The charts are loose but focused, and the group’s improvisational dynamic is breathtaking and entirely different each night. Davis is exceptionally strong. His playing is inventive, full of questions and muscular statements. Some notable solos occur on Wednesday’s “It’s About That Time,” the Fillmore West’s “Footprints” and “Paraphernalia,” and the searing intensity displayed on “Directions,” from Friday. Grossman‘s soprano playing is stunning on each version of “Bitches Brew”; his bluesy tenor playing is at its best on Thursday’s “Spanish Key.” Individually and collectively, DeJohnette and Holland add an extreme funkiness to the band’s bottom. Their interplay is canny, full of unlikely yet nasty grooves — check Thursday’s “The Mask,” or the throbbing pulse and roiling breaks on Friday’s “Directions.” Jarrett‘s colors, textures, and stabs add an entirely different dimension to the band’s attack. Check the spooky, sinister vamping and soloing on “Miles Runs the Voodoo Down” from the Fillmore West. Corea is alternately knotty and atmospheric. He can push the horns hard — listen to Thursday’s “Directions” — or paint through Jarrett‘s wah-wah organ with an expressionist brush — as on Saturday’s “Willie Nelson” — and his solos are risky. Airto‘s vocal and percussion arsenal is wildly different, not only from tune to tune, but night to night! The sound here is fantastic: balanced and detailed. The box includes a 28-page booklet with an essay by Michael Cuscuna and producer’s notes by Richard Seidel with him, along with rare photographs and a poster. ♣   Miles at the Fillmore — Miles Davis 1970: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 3 is an essential addition to the Davis canon.
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Album release: 1970
Recording date: June 17, 1970 — June 20, 1970
Record Label: Columbia
Duration:     90:45
Disc 1
01 Directions (Joe Zawinul)     2:29 
02 Bitches Brew (Miles Davis)     0:53 
03 The Mask (Miles Davis)     1:35 
04 It's About That Time (Miles Davis)     8:12 
05 Bitches Brew/The Theme (Miles Davis)     10:55  
06 Directions (Joe Zawinul)     5:35 
07 The Mask (Miles Davis)     9:50  
08 It's About That Time (Miles Davis)     11:22 
Disc 2
01 It's About That Time (Miles Davis)     9:01  
02 I Fall in Love Too Easily (Sammy Cahn/Jule Styne)     2:00 
03 Sanctuary (Saturday Miles) (Wayne Shorter)     3:44  
04 Bitches Brew (Saturday Miles) (Miles Davis)     2:49  
05 It's About That Time (Saturday Miles) (Miles Davis)     3:43  
06 I Fall in Love Too Easily (Saturday Miles) (Sammy Cahn/Jule Styne) 0:54  
07 Sanctuary (Saturday Miles) (Wayne Shorter)     2:49  
08 Bitches Brew (Saturday Miles) (Miles Davis)     6:57  
09 Willie Nelson/The Theme (Saturday Miles) (Miles Davis)     7:57
CREDITS:
Morgan Ames  Editing, Liner Notes
Rene Arsenault  Associate Producer
Bob Belden  Producer
Sammy Cahn  Composer
Chick Corea  Guest Artist, Keyboards, Piano (Electric)
Miles Davis  Composer, Primary Artist, Trumpet
Jack DeJohnette  Drums, Engineer, Guest Artist
Nick Fasciano  Cover Design
Mort Goode  Liner Notes
Steve Grossman  Guest Artist, Sax (Soprano)
Dave Holland  Bass (Acoustic), Bass (Electric), Guest Artist, Guitar (Bass)
Don Hunstein  Photography
Keith Jarrett  Guest Artist, Organ
Teo Macero  Producer
Jim Marshall  Photography
Randall Martin  Design
Airto Moreira  Guest Artist, Percussion
Russ Payne  Engineer, Mixing
Seth Rothstein  Director
Tom "Curly" Ruff  Digital Mastering
Cozbi Sanchez-Cabrera  Art Direction
Wayne Shorter  Composer
Sandy Speiser  Photography
Jule Styne  Composer
Stanley Tonkel  Engineer
Joe Zawinul  Composer
AWARDS:
Billboard Albums:
1971 Miles Davis At Fillmore  Jazz Albums     #1
1971 Miles Davis At Fillmore  The Billboard 200     #123
Review by Thom Jurek;  Score: ***
♣   With the critical reviews for Bitches Brew popping up in everything from local and national newspapers to jazz magazines, and Steve Grossman firmly established in the saxophone chair recently vacated by Wayne Shorter, Miles threw his band a curve ball. ♣   He added Keith Jarrett on organ to a group that already included bassist Dave Holland, electric pianist Chick Corea, percussionist Airto Moreira, and drummer Jack DeJohnette for a four-night stand at the Fillmore East. This double-LP/CD package puts together selections from each night, without regard for repetition. It's fine that there are numerous performances of certain tunes: the problem is that, although the music is compelling, it's schizophrenic because there are no full performances on the final release; they were all edited severely (as was standard practice by Teo Macero and Davis). Rather than the long jams that fans and foes had been accustomed to hearing, presented here are snippets taken from the heart of the performances, such as two and a half minutes from "Directions" and eight from the center of "It's About That Time" (which sounds a hell of a lot like Weather Report's "125th Street Congress" from Sweetnighter). To compound this, when the music from Friday night actually collects some of the music from Thursday night -- different segments are edited within tunes, the grooves don't necessarily match and for this set (unlike many other live Miles dates) just as a composition starts to gel, it segues into another rather abruptly. Organically, in a live setting, it isn't the way Miles worked; pieces would evolve, slowly, with a kind of spooky continuity. Black Beauty set is preferable to this one, though there isn't any Jarrett, or the March 7, 1970 issue on CD called It's About That Time (which does include Jarrett) because both contain continuous performances. This collection only reveals that the band was capable of blowing everybody's mind; though that never actually happens. Fortaken: http://www.allmusic.com/
Website: http://www.milesdavis.com/
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