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Visions of Miles: The Electric Period of Miles Davis

Visions of Miles: The Electric Period of Miles Davis by Colin Towns
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Colin Towns

Label: In + Out Records
Released: 2010
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Track Listing

Bitches Brew/Spanish Key; Moja (Part 1); Black Satin; Wili (Part 1); Back Seat Betty; He Loved Him Madly; Agharta Prelude; Calypso Frelimo; Aida; In a Silent Way; Full Nelson; Hannibal; My Man's Gone Now; Fast Track; Tutu.


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Colin Towns: arrangements, direction; Heinz-Dieter Sauerborn: alto and soprano saxophones, flute and alto flute; Oliver Leicht: soprano saxophones, flute, alto and bass flute; Rainer Heute: baritone saxophone, bass and contrabass clarinet; Andy Greenwood: trumpet, flugelhorn; Thomas Vogel: trumpet, flugelhorn; Martin Auer: trumpet, flugelhorn; Axel Schlosser: trumpet, flugelhorn; Gunter Bollman: trombone, euphonium; Peter Feil: trombone, euphonium; Christian Jaksjø: trombone, euphonium; Manfred Honetschläger: bass trombone; Martin Scales: guitar; Vladislav Sendecki: piano, Fender Rhodes, keyboards; Thomas Heidepriem: bass; Farouk Gomati: percussion; Wolfgang Haffner: drums.


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