Miles Davis: The Lost Quintet

“Lost” is hardly convincing since the members of the quintet had been with Miles for almost a year when this 1969 recording was made and, by my count, it was from one of about 20 full concerts recorded by the quintet – admittedly not for Miles’s label Columbia, but for a variety of sources who eventually made them available to the public. Despite the fact that this was done in the same year as the stately In A Silent Way album the music here is noisy and garr
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