Link original: Miles Davis – Pop, Reflections in Music by Miles Davis (1973) with Hermeto Pascoal and Airto Moreira
Publicado em: Saturday, December 23, 2006 by zecalouro
Here we have a record that it is really out of Loronix style, but it is close to Christmas and it is a zecalouro’s mother advice. I found this more than a few months ago at home, since then, zecalouro’s mother keeps saying that I need to put this record at Loronix, she says that I use to hear to it several times when I was a kid, so it should be good to Loronix, etc. You known these things.
Mom’s advice could never be ignored, so let’s see what happens. This is Miles Davis – POP, New Directions in Music by Miles Davis (1973), for Columbia, the Brazilian issue of a Miles Davis record that I could never associate with the USA release, featuring Hermeto Pascoal, Airto Moreira, John McLaughlin, Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter. The participation of Hermeto Pascoal and Airto Moreira was important to make my decision to post this experimental LP, just a few songs and some long tracks with improvisations.
I don’t know why zecalouro’s mon likes this record. Perhaps she is celebrating the fact that I did not go nuts hearing this melting pot of crazy sounds. Who knows… Anyway, I hope you like it. This is a once in a lifetime release at Loronix, Christmas time… Tracks include seven Miles Davis compositions:
01 – Little Church
02 – Miles Runs the Voodoo Down
03 – John McLaughlin
04 – On The Corner
05 – Sanctuary
06 – Black Satin
07 – Selim