by Miles Davis


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A particularly strong set by late-period Miles Davis, this LP is highlighted by a surprisingly straight-ahead performance titled "Mr. Pastorius." In addition to Davis and his new altoist Kenny Garrett, various guests (including Marcus Miller, guitarist Jean-Paul Bourelly, Joey DeFrancesco on keyboards, Rick Margitza on tenor, pianist Joe Sample, and bassist Foley) get their chances to play next to the great legend who is in top form. An excellent effort, it was really his last studio recording with his regular band.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/18/1989
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
UPC: 0075992587327
catalogNumber: 25873
Rank: 52173

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Miles Davis   Primary Artist,Trumpet
George Duke   Keyboards,Synclavier
Omar Hakim   Drums
Steve Khan   Guitar
Joe Sample   Piano
Jean-Paul Bourelly   Guitar,Percussion
Don Alias   Percussion
Foley   Guitar,Soloist
Bashiri Johnson   Percussion
John Bigham   Guitar,Keyboards
Mino Cinelu   Percussion
Paulinho Da Costa   Percussion
Joey DeFrancesco   Keyboards
Foster   Drums
Kenny Garrett   Alto Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone
Michael Landau   Guitar
Rick Margitza   Tenor Saxophone
Jason Miles   Synthesizer
Marcus Miller   Bass,Clarinet,Guitar,Bass Clarinet,Drums,Keyboards,Soprano Saxophone
Billy Patterson   Guitar,wah wah guitar
Ricky Wellman   Drums
Rick Marcitza   Tenor Saxophone

Technical Credits

Miles Davis   Producer,Executive Producer,Cover Art
George Duke   Arranger,Producer
John Bigham   Arranger,Programming,drum programming
Alec Head   Engineer
Tommy LiPuma   Producer
Jason Miles   Programming
Bruce Miller   Engineer
Marcus Miller   Arranger,Producer
Schmitt   Engineer
Erik Zobler   Engineer
Eric Calvi   Engineer
Henry Falco   Engineer
Stuart Nicholson   Liner Notes

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Amandla 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the most enjoyable and organic discs of Miles final period. The grooves are fresh and the heads are interesting. Miles plays creatively throughout. He plays over these contemporary sounds conceptually better than any of the latter day young lions would have been able to. If you are open to Miles music 1980 and beyond this disc is essential.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Miles last disc could be his best!SO SMOOTH