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Miles Davis (trumpet); Sonny Fortune ss, fl, Steve Grossman, sax, Wayne Shorter, sax Carlos Garnett ss, Bennie Maupin (flute, clarinet, bass clarinet); Lonnie Smith p, Harold I. Williams p, Joe Zawinul (electric piano, Farfisa organ); Herbie Hancock, p, Chick Corea p, John McLaughlin g, Bihari Sharma (electric sitar, tambura, tabla); Khalil Balakrishna (electric sitar, tambura); Dave Holland b, Harvey Brooks (electric bass); Ron Carter, b, Michael Henderson b, Billy Cobham dr Billy Hart, dr, Al Foster, dr, Jack DeJohnette dr… read more



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  • holy fucking fuck, indeed. Having been a Miles fan for 15 years, skipping over this album for no reason, I discover that it's possibly my favorite. WOWOW
  • very very fun album, needs way more love
  • holy fucking fuck
  • That sitar in Great Expectations! Ah! Groovy.
  • well, with my avatar i just have to shout here :)) Big Fun :LOL The album which made me acquainted with Miles, long, long ago .....
  • This one's my second favorite of his fusion stuff, just behind Bitches Brew out of the albums I've heard so far - still missing some, though.
  • Seriously great album.
  • I was groovin' to "Go ahead, John", from Big Fun, and came across y'alls spot here and noticed one thing I thought should be added...Some props to the chops shown on the Guitar by John McLaughlin, as well as a big 'tip of the hat' to Miles for givin' young Johnnie the chance!
  • Car chase music!
  • i mam tu tylko 4 kawałki (CD 1 - Great Expectations - Mulher Laranja i Ife; CD 2 - Go Ahead John i Lonely Fire) - super, no nie?

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