Miles Davis’ ‘On the Corner’

Miles Davis’ ‘On the Corner’ is a studio album recorded on June 1, 6 and July 7, 1972 and released on October 11, 1972 by Columbia.

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Track Listing : 1.On The Corner; New York Girl; Thinkin’ One Thing And Doin’ Another; Vote For Miles (Miles Davis) – 20:02 . 2.Black Satin (Miles Davis) – 05:20 . 3.One And One (Miles Davis) – 06:09 . 4.Helen Butte; Mr. Freedom X (Miles Davis) – 23:18

Musicians : Miles Davis – Electric Trumpet With Wah-Wah . Dave Liebman – Soprano Saxophone On (2) . Carlos Garnett – Soprano And Tenor Saxophone On (3 – 4) . Chick Corea – Electric Piano (1) . Herbie Hancock – Electric Piano, Synthesizer . Harold I. Williams – Organ, Synthesizer . Lonnie Liston Smith – Organ (4) . David Creamer – Electric Guitar On (2 – 3 – 4) . John Mclaughlin – Electric Guitar On (1) . Michael Henderson – Electric Bass With Wah Wah . Collin Walcott – Electric Sitar On (1 – 3 – 4) . Khalil Balakrishna – Electric Sitar On (2) . Bennie Maupin – Bass Clarinet (3) . Badal Roy – Tabla . Jack Dejohnette – Drums . Billy Cobham – Drums . Al Foster – Drums . Jabali Billy Hart – Drums, Bongos . James “”Mtume”” Foreman – Percussion . Don Alias – Percussion . Paul Buckmaster – Cello

Production : Produced By Teo Macero . Robert Honablue – Engineer

Package : Allen Weinberg – Art Direction . Howard Fritzson – Art Direction . Paul M. Martin – Art Coordinator . Don Hunstein – Photography . Urve Kuusik – Photography . Art Maillet – Photography . Bob Belden – Liner Notes . Bill Milkowski – Liner Notes

Recorded June 1 (1), 6 (3 – 4), 12 (5 – 6) And July 7, 1972 At Columbia Studio E, New York City.

Released October 11, 1972 By Columbia.

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Rolling Stone
It’s hard to be bar-by-bar specific about this, but the mood, the coloration, the sound, the particular rhythms juxtaposed against other rhythms from time to time evoke an immediate flash of Sly, as does the low, growling sound (which I suppose must come from one of the arcane rhythmic instruments Miles employs). […]

The Stranger
A Fusion Supreme How odd, then, that On the Corner turned out to be one of the most rhythmically innovative, atmospherically menacingand uncompromisingly psychedelic works ever to get filed in record-store jazz sections.” […]

BBC
Nowadays it’s a different story. We now know that the dark undertow of these relentless jams along with the revolutionary cut and paste approach to their ‘construction’ from hours of sessions prefigured and in some cases gave birth to nu-jazz, jazz funk, experimental jazz, ambient and even world music. […]

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