Miles Davis ‎– Doo-Bop

Warner Bros. Records ‎– 9 26938-1, Warner Bros. Records ‎– 1-26938
Vinyl, LP, Album

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Mystery
Mixed By – D'Anthony Johnson
A2 The Doo-Bop Song
Featuring – A.B. Money, Easy Mo Bee, J.R. (2)Mixed By – D'Anthony Johnson
A3 Chocolate Chip
Mixed By – D'Anthony Johnson
A4 High Speed Chase
Mixed By – Eric Lynch
B1 Blow
Featuring – Easy Mo BeeMixed By – Matthew "Boomer" Lamonica
B2 Sonya
Mixed By – Eric Lynch
B3 Fantasy
Featuring – Easy Mo BeeMixed By – Roy Hendrickson
B4 Duke Booty
Mixed By – D'Anthony Johnson
B5 Mystery (Reprise)
Mixed By – D'Anthony Johnson



All songs published by Jazz Horn Music.

"Mystery" contains a sample of "Running Away"
"The Doo-Bop Song" contains samples of Summer Madness", "The Fishing Hole" and "La-Di-Da".
"Chocolate Chip" contains samples from "Bumpin' On Young Street" and "Thanks For Everything"
"High Speed Chase" contains a sample of "Street Lady"
"Blow" contains a sample of "Give It Up Or Turn It Loose"
"Fantasy" contains a sample of "Love Pains"
"Duke Booty" contains a sample of "Jungle Strut"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 7599-26938-1 3

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9 26938-2 Miles Davis Doo-Bop(CD, Album) Warner Bros. Records 9 26938-2 US 1992 Sell This Version
7599-26938-2 Miles Davis Doo-Bop(CD, Album, Unofficial) Warner Bros. Records (2) 7599-26938-2 Unknown Sell This Version
W4 9 26938 Miles Davis Doo-Bop(Cass, Album) Warner Bros. Records W4 9 26938 US 1992 Sell This Version
7599-26938-4 Miles Davis Doo-Bop(Cass, Album) Warner Bros. Records 7599-26938-4 Germany 1992 Sell This Version
7599-26938-1 Miles Davis Doo-Bop(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records 7599-26938-1 Europe 1992 Sell This Version



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May 9, 2008
The last studio album from Miles and I had mixed feelings about it, mostly good though. I'll start by saying that the cover artwork does confuse listeners as to what style of jazz is on the album. I thought it would sound like Bitches Brew, but it's not. It's jazz mixed with Hip Hop, and in much the same way Us3 would do it at about the same time. So what we have is producer/rapper Easy Mo Bee mixing hip hop drums and samples while Miles Davis played the horn, and yes, three tracks contain lyrics too. The problem with the lyrics I have is that they are pretty lame and mostly praise Miles, but I guess it's his album anyway.

There was 6 tracks recorded with Miles before he died and 2 done post-humous. The production is so well done that one can't tell which is which and I'll live it to the listener to find out. I like this kind of jazz and although critics hated this album I think, for the time, it was something new and fresh and even fans of St Germain may get a kick out of the instrumental ones.