Miles Davis - Great Expectations / The Little Blue Frog download mp3 album
1974 compilation album by Miles Davis. Sides one and four ("Great Expectations/Orange Lady" and "Lonely Fire") were recorded three months after the Bitches Brew sessions and incorporate sitar, tambura, tabla, and other Indian instruments. They also mark the first time since the beginning of Miles Davis's electric period that he played his trumpet with the Harmon mute which had been one of his hallmarks, making it sound much like the sitar. "The Little Blue Frog" (28 November 1969 – Columbia Studio E).
The Little Blue Frog. Big Fun (2xCD, Album, RE, RM). Columbia, Legacy, Columbia, Legacy. C2K 63973, 0639732000.
Bass – Ron CarterBass – Harvey BrooksBass Clarinet – Bennie MaupinDrums – Billy CobhamElectric Guitar – John McLaughlinElectric Piano – Chick Corea, Herbie HancockPercussion – Airto MoreiraSitar, Tambura – Bihari Sharma, Khalil BalakrishnaSoprano Saxophone – Steve GrossmanTrumpet – Miles DavisWritten-By – J. Zawinul, M. Davis. The Little Blue Frog. Bass – Dave HollandBass Clarinet – Bennie MaupinCuica, Berimbau – Airto MoreiraDrums – Billy Cobham, Jack DeJohnetteElectric Bass – Harvey BrooksElectric Piano – Chick CoreaGuitar – John McLaughlinOrgan, Celesta – Larry YoungSitar – Khalil BalakrishnaSoprano Saxophone – Steve GrossmanTambura – Bihari SharmaTrumpet – Miles DavisWritten-By – M. Big Fun (2xLP, Album, Gat).
Album Big Fun. Great Expectations/Orange Lady Lyrics. Great Expectations/Orange Lady" Track Info. Written By Joe Zawinul & Miles Davis. Mixing John Guerriere, Russ Payne & Stan Weiss. Digital Remastering Seth Foster. Audio Engineering Frank Laico & Stan Tonkel. Project Director Seth Rothstein. Percussion Airto Moreira. 7. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.
Miles - The Perfect Miles Davis Collection. Here are two separate European concert performances by the groundbreaking 'second great quintet,' filmed in Stockholm and Karlsruhe, Germany, October and November 1967, respectively. This DVD represents the only video of this Miles Davis Quintet lineup ever to be officially commercially released. Along with the discs comes a generous 250-page book whose centerpiece is an 11,000 word biographical essay by Frdric Goaty, the most in-depth liner notes ever included in any Miles Davis package. 3.
Great Expectations -which flows after about fourteen minutes into Joe Zawinul’s Orange Lady (November 1969) and Lonely Fire (January 1970)-returned to the repetitive principle experimented with in 1967 on Nefertiti : incremental sound and rhythmic variations inspired by the pastoral vein that Zawinul cherished. The additional sitar and tablas created an Indian room ambiance, which would appear more discretely three years later amid the new electronic sonorities of Ife (June 1972), taken from the On The Corner sessions
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The Little Blue Frog - (2:37) 2. Great Expectations. Miles Davis - trumpet Steve Grossman - soprano sax Bennie Maupin - bass clarinet John McLaughlin - electric guitar Herbie Hancock, Joe Zawinul, Larry Young - electric pianos Khalil Balakrishna, Bihari Sharma - electric sitar, tambura, etc. Ron Carter - bass Harvey Brooks - electric bass Billy Cobham, Jack DeJohnette - drums Airto Moreira - percussion.
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