Miles Davis – Live-Evil (1971) [2020 SACD]

Posted by Green on May 27, 2020as

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Japanese original release. One of the greatest masterpieces of all genres “Live-Evil” from Miles Davis finally becomes SACD multi (quadraphonic) hybrid format reissue. Remastered in 2019 (4ch, 2ch). 7inch cardboard sleeve packaging. Recording date: Dec. 19, 1970, Feb. and June. Recorded at Washington DC, THE CELLAR DOOR, NY Colombia Studio B. Originally released in Nov. 1971.

Tracks:

Disk 1
01. Sivad [15:18]
02. Little Church [03:17]
03. Gemini / Double Image [05:54]
04. What I Say [21:12]
05. Nem Um Talvez [04:02]

Disk 2
01. Selim [02:17]
02. Funky Tonk [23:27]
03. Inamorata And Narration By Conrad Roberts [26:29]

Personnel:

Disk 1 -bassist Michael Henderson, drummer Jack DeJohnette, guitarist John McLaughlin, saxophonist Gary Bartz, Keith Jarrett on organ, and percussionist Airto
Disk2- Ron Carter or Dave Holland on bass, added Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock on electric pianos, dropped the guitar on “Selim” and “Nem Um Talvez,” and subbed Steve Grossman over Gary Bartz while adding Hermeto Pascoal on percussion and drums in one place (“Selim”)

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