Miles Davis ‎– Panthalassa: The Music Of Miles Davis 1969-1974

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In A Silent Way / Shhh / Peaceful / It's About That Time 15:20
Black Satin / What If / Agharta Prelude Dub 16:06
Rated X / Billy Preston 14:34
He Loved Him Madly 13:28

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Antiquity

Antiquity

December 14, 2018
referencing Panthalassa: The Music Of Miles Davis 1969-1974, 2xLP, Comp, Ltd, Num, 67909
Limited to how many copies? I have a copy but it isn’t hand numbered.
Technogenic

Technogenic

November 18, 2012
edited over 8 years ago
referencing Panthalassa: The Music Of Miles Davis 1969 - 1974, CD, Comp, CK 67909
Laswell really got inside Miles' music to put this release together, as a snapshot of the 69-74 era it works well, and the mixes have been reworked effectively, Laswell clearly brought his dub sensibilities to the low-end, needs to be heard loud, with full bass extenstion, especially Black Satin/What If/Agharta Prelude Dub. This is a good release to start with if you are stepping into Davis' fusion material for the first time, and even if you are familiar with the material, still well worth a listen in this context.
Jazzual

Jazzual

June 4, 2005
edited over 15 years ago
referencing Panthalassa: The Music Of Miles Davis 1969-1974, CD, Comp, CK 67909

This was the first time that anyone had attempted to remix the master on a full album release so Laswell had much to live up to. Did he pull it off? Hell yeah! It certainly helped that he chose some of Miles' finest work from from his fusion era. Wisely he decided not to tamper too much with the originals but rather use subtle electronics and rearrangements to create an album which distiled the essence of the music originally written over several years in to one amazing hour.