Originalmente postado no Loronix em 23 de dezembro 2006.
Um verdadeiro Presente de Natal.
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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
11 Reply to "Miles Davis - Pop, Reflections in Music by Miles Davis (1973) with Hermeto Pascoal and Airto Moreira"
mikail on Saturday, 23 December, 2006
"Little Church" is a Hermeto composition. This is a wonderful thing - Miles Davis, very much a genius, taking note of the great Hermeto. Airto has some great Miles stories from his brief time with him. This album was culled together from various recording dates and do not all have Airto and Hermeto. Too bad this union did not yield more recordings.
Hideste on Sunday, 24 December, 2006
I look this record more like a compilation ("coletânea", in Brazil) from varios recording sessions than a brazilian version for a USA LP.
I'm curious to check if Little Church is the same as appears in "Live Evil".
sareston on Monday, 25 December, 2006
mkail, there is another Hermeto composition in Live Evil, called Nem Um Talvez. It´s too bad they coundn´t do any other recordings together.. Just before Miles passed away, they were talking about recording an entire album together... Hermeto dedicated 2 songs to Miles, one is called "Pra Miles" that has never been recorded in studio, but has many live versions around the web. The other one is called "Capelinha e Lembranças" from Hermeto´s album "Eu e Eles". It starts with Little Church (Capelinha) with Hermeto playing four Flugelhorns and continues to the other section (lembranças). I think you guys would really like both of these songs!!!
sareston on Monday, 25 December, 2006
In fact, one of the tracks in this album, "Selim" is actually called "Nem Um Talvez".
Lasse Nikkarev on Monday, 25 December, 2006
And "Complete Jack Johnson Sessions" has even more Hermeto compositions. One called Little High People, 2 versions, composed by Hermeto but without his instrumental involvement.
Anonymous on Tuesday, 26 December, 2006
Have you ever saw that the music "Selim" is Miles from back to front.
Alexander Pindarov on Friday, 29 December, 2006
This lp is the remain bitches brew sessions ...
Anonymous on Friday, 16 February, 2007
This is absolutely a great post!!
Zecalouro's mother is right.
Thank you for sharing. I like Miles very much, but I have never heard about this album.
Million thanks and best wishes from Hungary.
strangefruit on Wednesday, 26 September, 2007
I have to agree with the parrot's mother: this album is an excellent choice, though not an obvious one, for Loronix. Many thanks for this share!
Anonymous on Thursday, 01 May, 2008
A big kiss to zécalouro's mom for
her advise. You don't known why she insisted on it?
I tell you
1. Because this is great music
2. Because Hermetão is on it
3, Because she (zecalouro's mom) has really diged it!
Anonymous on Thursday, 05 June, 2008
Zeca agradeça a sua mãe por mim. Eu achava que nunca mais ouviria este disco.O meu se perdeu pela vida . É um album fantastico. Obrigado.E parabens belo trabalho o seu estou seu fã.
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