Record & CD Reviews - Miles Davis
Filles de Kilimanjaro (1968) by Miles Davis
el cid (5/5): Miles' first and (with the possible exceptions of "agharta," "on the corner," and "jack johnson") most important all-electric ...
Miles in the Sky (1968) by Miles Davis
el cid (5/5): sure, there's only one rhodes track, "stuff." but, it's "stuff." and herbie, ron, and tony. case closed.
In a Silent Way (1969) by Miles Davis
Joe Erber (5/5): The In a silent way/it's about that time suite off this album is one of the most beautiful pieces of modern music to me, th...
Bitches Brew (1969) by Miles Davis
Terje Ellefsen (5/5): Wonderful! This recording uses two and on some tracks three Rhodes pianos simultaneously, and it works. Chick Corea do...
Black Beauty: Live at Fillmore West (1970) by Miles Davis
David Díaz Soto (5/5): This is Miles in his fundational, very earliest "electric" period. Originally released only in Japan, this was recor...
On The Corner (1972) by Miles Davis
Andreas (5/5): Seems to be a very controversial album...
The first time I listened to it I didn't like it at all, but once I got used to...
Live At The Fillmore East, March 7, 1970: It's About That Time (2001) by Miles Davis
Dane Ruffin (5/5): Great Rhodes playing by Chick Corea.He uses a ring-modulator.