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In a Silent Way is a studio album by American jazz musician Miles Davis, released July 30, 1969 on Columbia Records. Produced by Teo Macero, the album was recorded in one session date on February 18, 1969 at CBS 30th Street Studio B in New York City. Incorporating elements of classical sonata form, Macero edited and arranged Davis's recordings from the session to produce the album. Marking the beginning of his "electric" period, In a Silent Way has been regarded… read more



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  • I see what y'all is talkin' bout, cosmic yeah! I should've checked this earlier, loved it on first listen.
  • As well it should be, it's one of Miles' best albums. It's also fascinating in the way that it resembles more closely the Krautrock/Kosmische Musk coming out of West Germany in the following several years than it does the contemporary Jazz of the period. This one is frequently referred to as "Space Music," and that's an apt description, since it does have a "cosmic" quality to it and is pretty out there. Great stuff.
  • This is closer in mood and atmosphere to Herbie Hancock's Sextant than to Bitches Brew.
  • Bitches Brew's friendly sister.
  • yeah, proto-Talk Talk/Mark Hollis
  • "I imagine it sounds exactly like the CD, but more expensive. Enjoy. " Analog sound is more accurate than digital. Learn sumfin
  • best Jazz Fusion disc
  • Damn I love this album. The complete sessions are superb.
  • More like Mark Hollis solo album than Talk Talk

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