Miles Davis ‎– Isle Of Wight

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CBS ‎– CBS 450472 1
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Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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Tracklist

Recorded Live At The Isle Of Wight
A Call It Anythin' 17:29
For The First Time On Lp
B1 Great Expectations 2:42
B2 The Little Blue Frog 2:32
B3 Molester (Part I) 3:04
B4 Molester (Part II) 2:10
B5 Holly-Wuud 2:52
B6 Big Fun 2:30

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Notes

A side recorded live at the Isle of Wight Festival August 29, 1971.

B side contains the tracks from the 7" singles Davis did for promotional purposes throughout the 70s.

The recordings are from 1969-1973. The record was pressed in very limited quantities and distributed in Europe only.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 099745 047215
  • Label Code: LC 0149
  • Price Code: CB 291
  • Price Code (Circled): 58
  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, stamped): 14 01-450472_1A_1 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, stamped): 14 01-450472_1B_1 A
  • Other (Label A): 14-45047-1
  • Other (Label B): 14-45047-2
  • Other (on cover rear): 14-45047-20

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TimBucknall

TimBucknall

February 20, 2018

This is just brilliant, I bought this for side 2 since I can't afford the "complete sessions" box sets.
Great expectations is a different mix to the supposed single edit included on the bitches brew 40th anniversary reissue, while that set still represents excellent value for money it seems the "single mix" on that set was a reconstruction like so many CD reissues of Miles Davis. This vinyl contains the original Teo Macero magic
voodoochili

voodoochili

January 28, 2017
Actually, this wasn't the first time some of these single edits were released on LP... they were part of a mid 70s Japanese comp featuring Miles, Sly Stone, and Herbie Hancock - https://www.discogs.com/Miles-Davis-Miles-Davis-At-Fillmore/release/4103009
misterioustraveler

misterioustraveler

May 19, 2012

This album was also distributed in the Benelux. It contains also a mistake. B2 is not 'The Little Blue Frog' but 'Go Ahead John', which was coupled with 'Great Expectations' for a 45rpm.