Miles Davis’ ‘Amandla’

Miles Davis’ ‘Amandla’ is his third (and final) collaboration with Marcus Miller, released on May 18, 1989 y Warner Bros.

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Track Listing : 1.Catémbe (Marcus Miller) – 05:35 . 2.Cobra (George Duke) – 5:15 . 3.Big Time (Marcus Miller) – 05:40 . 4.Hannibal (Marcus Miller) – 05:49 . 5.Jo-Jo (Marcus Miller) – 04:51 . 6.Amandla (Marcus Miller) – 05:20 . 7.Jilli (John Bigham) – 5:05 . 8.Mr. Pastorius (Marcus Miller) – 05:41

Musicians : Miles Davis – Trumpet . Marcus Miller – Bass, Bass Clarinet, Guitar, Arranger . Kenny Garrett – Soprano & Alto Saxophone Except On (8) . George Duke – Keyboards, Synclavier On (2) . Omar Hakim – Drums On (4 – 6) . Joe Sample – Piano On (6) . Jean-Paul Bourelly – Guitar, Percussion On (3 – 5) . Don Alias – Percussion On (1 – 3 – 6) . Foley – Guitar Soloist On (3 – 4 – 7) . Bashiri Johnson – Percussion On (6) . John Bigham – Guitar, Keyboards, Drum Programming On (7) . Mino Cinelu – Percussion On (1) . Paulinho Da Costa – Percussion On (4 – 5) . Joey Defrancesco – Keyboards On (2) . Al Foster – Drums On (8) . Michael Landau – Guitar On (2) . Rick Margitza – Tenor Saxophone On (5) . Jason Miles – Synthesizer, Synthesizer Programming On (8) . Billy Patterson – Wah Wah Guitar On (7) . Ricky Wellman – Drums On (3 – 7)

Production : Produced By Tommy Lipuma, Marcus Miller, George Duke

Package : Joey Defrancesco – Photography . Miles Davis – Cover Art

Recorded December 1988 – Early 1989 At Clinton Recording And At Right Track, Except (2) Recorded At Le Gonks West. Mixed At Bill Schnee Studio. Additional Recording: Ocean Way Studio, Power Station, Quadrasonic Recording, Electric Lady Studio.

Released On May 18, 1989 By Warner Bros.

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Its a bit warmer sounding than its predecessor ,mainly thanks to the addition of lots of live percussion and kenny jarretts sax work but little really knocks you out apart from the closing “mr pastorius” … Which is truly superb. […]

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The most poignant moments come on the title tune, with chord changes reminiscent of Davis’s traditional ballad styleand on the closing “Mr. Pastorius,” where Davis finally reverts to his classic open horn to pay tribute to the late bassist over a laidback swing beat, with echoes of “I Didn’t Know What Time It Was.” – […]

the last miles
Marcus Miller recalls Al Foster’s reaction to “Mr. Pastorius” …. then I said ‘listen to this!’ and I played him ‘Mr. Pastorius’ and man, Al gets a little weepy when Miles does his thing. Al’s eyes start tearing-up and he says ‘alright, let’s put some drums on these things.’” […]

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