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"Miles Runs the Voodoo Down"

Recorded Columbia Studio B, New York City August 20, 1969

Miles Davis - trumpet Wayne Shorter - soprano saxophone Bennie Maupin - bass clarinet Joe Zawinul - electric piano - Left Chick Corea - electric piano - Right John McLaughlin - electric guitar Dave Holland - electric bass Harvey Brooks - electric bass Don Alias - drum set - Left Jack DeJohnette - drum set - Right Juma Santos (credited as "Jim Riley") - congas

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  • Avatar for hknygt
    Bitches Brew's finest
  • Avatar for martc97
    This is drug.
  • Avatar for dabigcheeze
    My favorite cut off Bitches Brew. [2]
  • Avatar for RussellChap
    This is beyond jazz, it's miles ahead, out on it's own
  • Avatar for pteronophobic
    My favorite cut off Bitches Brew.
  • Avatar for AfriCaribe
    one of the most epic moments in music history. the guitar solo is other-wordly, the keyboards astounding, and Miles fresh as always, crisp, clean, even among the chaos. This is superb! I bow down to the gods of music as they dance wildly to this masterpiece and possess my body with their sounds... and im not even high hahaha
  • Avatar for earlmanley
    Miles Runs the Voodoo Down and the other accompanying tracks on Bitches Brew make up arguably the most important jazz album of the 20th century. While admittedly a flawed masterpiece it spawned countless fusion endeavors by the band mates schooled by MIles. It is hard to imagine music without Davis' significant influence on fusion and modal jazz.
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  • Avatar for Roy1968Wood
    Miles was to Jazz what Neil Young is to Rock...marched to their own beat and if you like it, cool. If you don't, don't listen. I liked this album even though it was very different from some of my favorite albums from Miles Davis.
  • Avatar for LondonLouis
    As fresh as ever.

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