Miles Davis ‎– Miles At The Fillmore

Music On Vinyl ‎– MOVLP1051, Legacy ‎– MOVLP1051, Columbia ‎– MOVLP1051
6 × Vinyl, LP, Reissue, 180gr
Box Set, Compilation, Limited Edition


Fillmore East, June 17, 1970
A1 Introduction
A2 Directions
A3 The Mask
B1 It's About That Time
B2 Bitches Brew
B3 The Theme
Fillmore West, April 11, 1970
C1 Paraphernalia [Bonus Track]
C2 Footprints [Bonus Track]
Fillmore East, June 18, 1970
D1 Directions [Bonus Track]
D2 The Mask [Bonus Track]
E1 It's About That Time
E2 Bitches Brew
F1 The Theme
F2 Spanish Key (Encore)
F3 The Theme
Fillmore East, June 19, 1970
G1 Directions
G2 The Mask
H1 It's About That Time
H2 I Fall In Love Too Easily
H3 Sanctuary
I1 Bitches Bew
I2 The Theme
Fillmore West, April 11, 1970
I3 Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
Fillmore East, June 20, 1970
J1 Directions
J2 The Mask
K1 It's About That Time
K2 I Fall In Love Too Easily
K3 Sanctuary
L1 Bitches Brew
L2 Willie Nelson
L3 The Theme

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180 gram audiophile vinyl
Box set
Including 12-page booklet
Printed innersleeves
Available on vinyl for the first time!

All selections were originally issued in severely edited form on October 28, 1970 on the double album MILES DAVIS: AT FILLMORE (Columbia G-30038).

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  • Barcode: 8718469535460



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December 8, 2016
Through the groundbreaking album Bitches Brew knew jazz trumpeter Miles Davis in 1970 a rock audience. With its fantastic band, full of band leaders in spe as bass player Dave Holland and keyboardists Chick Corea and Keith Jarrett, then the jazz stages were swapped for pop festivals (among other Isle Of Wight) and music venues. Fillmore East (New York) and Fillmore West (San Francisco) are former rock and hippie temples with legendary status, if only because of the many famous live albums have been recorded (The Allman Brothers Band, Cream, Frank Zappa). In June 1970, Davis played four nights in a row in New York. Recordings of these concerts were fixed by his producer Teo Macero cut up to the double album Miles Davis At Fillmore (1970). A collage which finally pulled out to the four complete concerts, supplemented by sporadic material from an earlier concert at the Fillmore West. Four CDs full of brooding funk, abstract solos and free-rock excesses in practically the same set list four times; of course, is that too much of a good thing. But the group is evening after evening on drove and Miles Davis collectors can lick their fingers at this beautifully designed jewel that also includes an informative and richly illustrated booklet.