Miles Davis: Tutu / Music from Siesta / Amandla Box set
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Five essential albums from the jazz icon Miles Davis, featuring Tutu, Siesta, Amandla, Dingo and Doo-Bop.
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the central question is this : do most people need this collection of late era Miles? well yes but only after you have the top 10 Lps first i would say.
the late era does offer many fine moments of both jazz/funk@ /hip-hop# fusion ("Tutu @ + "Doo-Bop #") as well as the Spanish influenced if rather uneven film music suite ("Fiesta"- a kind of 80's version of "Sketches of Spain"), the highly rated wider ranging "Amandla" + the only real dud here - the little known soundtrack extracts from "Dingo" with Michel Legrand) as a fairly rare inclusion. the acclaimed large ensemble "Aura" from this era is also recommended on Columbia label also but not included in this Warner collection due to different record labels.
all in all - some fine late era Miles, in a decent new collection that although not essential as the following top 10 (or even 20) of his all time greatest releases (such as Birth of the Cool, Kind of Blue, Live in Stockholm, Miles Smiles, Sketches of Spain, Live at the Plugged Nickel, Filles de Kilimanjaro, Bitches Brew, In a Silent Way, Dark Magus etc) still offers the completist much to enjoy. just don't expect "jazz" in the hard bop or ballad sense of 50's or 60' era Miles- this collection features Miles in mainly fusion + larger ensemble hybrid mode.Read more ›