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Pangaea is one of two live albums recorded on February 1, 1975 at the Osaka Festival Hall in Japan by Miles Davis and his accompanying band. Pangaea consists of two 40 minute group improvisations entitled, "Zimbabwe" and, "Gondwana". These pieces titles come from the names of the ancient super continents of early Earth.

The album, for the most, part is led by Pete Cosey (Electric Guitar), Michael Henderson (Electric Bass), and Al Foster (Drums), who create the majority of the… read more



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  • I believe
  • Unbelievable
  • I am ridiculous.
  • Pete Cosey is ridiculous.
  • This record is perfection in musical form. If you enjoy Acid Rock, Funk, or just plain odd music, this is the epitome. I can not express how much I cherish this album.
  • Completely mesmerizing and perfect in every way.
  • Play it LOUD!

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