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Miles at the Fillmore - Miles Davis 1970: The Bootleg Series Vol. 3

Miles at the Fillmore - Miles Davis 1970: The Bootleg Series Vol. 3 by Miles Davis buy album

Miles Davis

Label: Legacy Recordings
Released: 2014
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Track Listing

CD 1 (Fillmore East, June 17, 1970): Introduction; Directions; The Mask; It's About That Time; Bitches Brew; The Theme; Paraphernalia (bonus track from Fillmore West, April 11, 1970); Footprints (bonus track from Fillmore West, April 11, 1970).
CD 2 (Fillmore East, June 18, 1970): Directions; The Mask; It's About That Time; Bitches Brew; The Theme; Spanish Key (encore); The Theme.
CD 3 (Fillmore East, June 19, 1970): Directions; The Mask; It's About That Time; I Fall in Love Too Easily; Sanctuary; Bitches Brew; The Theme; Miles Runs the Voodoo Down (bonus track from Fillmore West, April 11, 1970).
CD 4 (Fillmore East, June 20, 1970): Directions; The Mask; It's About That Time; I Fall in Love Too Easily; Sanctuary; Bitches Brew; Willie Nelson; The Theme.

Personnel

Miles Davis
Miles Davis

trumpet

Additional Personnel / Information

Miles Davis: tromba; Steve Grossman: sax tenore e soprano; Chick Corea: piano elettrico; Keith Jarrett: organo e tamburello; Dave Holland: basso; Jack DeJohnette: batteria; Airto Moreira: percussioni, flauto, voce.


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