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This may be the most “commercial” sounding of all of Miles’ electric records from the ’70s, but it still sounds out there, alien, and futuristic in all the best ways, and Get Up with It is perhaps just coming into its own here in the 21st century.

Get Up with It is an album collecting tracks recorded between 1970 and 1974 by Miles Davis. Released on November 22, 1974 as a double LP, it was Davis’ last studio album before… read more



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  • Avatar for RussellChap
    This LP is so out there it's beyond any genre. "He loved him madly" Miles' elegy to Duke Ellington is the most intense track on the Album. One of Miles Davis' masterpieces. No wonder this was his last release before his five year retirement!
  • Avatar for polymorphous71
    Calling Rated X one of Davis' worst tracks makes my funny bone throb.
  • Avatar for Akayz7
    prefer Dark Magus but this is wonderful.
  • Avatar for mk741
    Think I found my favorite Miles record.
  • Avatar for Theeboon
    Cosmic catharsis.. This is like taking a giant shit, multiplied by a million
  • Avatar for optimistic_tour
    V rated x?
  • Avatar for ubermenschean
    Very good album with the exception of one song which may very well be the worst Miles Davis song I've ever heard. It was totally annoying because this fucking tone he had blasting, other than that it would have been good.
  • Avatar for optimistic_tour
    wow. I'd heard most of these tracks on the Complete On The Corner... but in this form, damnit they hit hard!
  • Avatar for jbchervin
    Brian Eno jived off this album so hard.
  • Avatar for Scories
    I think it's my favorite Miles album.

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