Miles Davis - Big Fun (1974) (Full Album)
Everyone always talks about Miles' big albums (Bitches Brew, Kind Of Blue, In A Silent Way, etc.) but I don't know if I've ever seen anyone mention this one, and I've seen very few people even aware of the Dark Magus trilogy.
On The Corner gets love sometimes but it's still underappreciated relatively. Spotify has the entire 7-hour sessions for On The Corner and I intend to listen to those sometime.
Big Fun has Indian music influences which are really cool. It has a massive lineup and it's very dense and layered and sprawling.
The 60s was an incredible decade for jazz. You basically had the development of free jazz, third stream, and the very beginnings of fusion (Bitches Brew was actually recorded
In the 70s/80s, while I don't know as much about them, it seems fusion became a big thing, between Miles and Herbie Hancock, but also spiritual jazz with Alice Coltrane and Pharaoh Sanders...>>42096893
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