Miles Davis Bitches Brew Live 1969 1970

Bitches Brew Live is a live album by Miles Davis.

It includes:

  • three previously unreleased songs recorded at the Newport Jazz Festival on July 5, 1969 (tracks 1 to 3)
  • the full set played at the Isle Of Wight Festival in England on August 29, 1970.

3 PREVIOUSLY UNISSUSED TRACKS recorded July 5, 1969 at NEWPORT JAZZ FESTIVAL including the first ever professionally recorded live version of “Miles Runs The Voodoo Down” and the first known recording of the revamped electric version of “Sanctuary”

The band for the Newport performance was:

Miles Davis – trumpet
Chick Corea – electric piano
Dave Holland – bass
Jack DeJohnette – drums

Wayne Shorter missed this performance because of traffic problems.

Playing at the Isle Of Wight were:

Miles Davis – trumpet
Gary Bartz Рalto  and soprano sax
Chick Corea – electric piano
Keith Jarrett – organ
Dave Holland – bass
Jack DeJohnette – drums
Airto Moreira – percussion

Miles Davis Bitches Brew Live

Songs On Miles Davis Bitches Brew Live

1. Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
2. Sanctuary
3. It s About That Time/The Theme
4. Directions
5. Bitches Brew
6. It s About That Time
7. Sanctuary
8. Spanish Key
9. The Theme

There are a lot of live recordings of Miles Davis in this electric period in the late 1960s but the Newport tracks are very unusual with Davis backed only by the rhythm section.

This isn’t my era of jazz but I can understand that this is an important phase.

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