Miles Davis - Water Babies FLAC album
Bass – Dave Holland (tracks: B), Ron Carter (tracks: A) Drums – Tony Williams Keyboards – Chick Corea (tracks: B), Herbie Hancock Soprano Saxophone, Tenor.
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Water Babies is a compilation album by American jazz trumpeter Miles Davis. It compiled music Davis recorded in studio sessions with his quintet in 1967 and 1968, including outtakes from his 1968 album Nefertiti and recordings that foreshadowed his direction on In a Silent Way (1969), while covering styles such as jazz fusion and post-bop. Water Babies was released by Columbia Records in 1976 after Davis had (temporarily) retired.
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Miles Davis: Water Babies Double whammy. Not only isn't this new Miles, as people were quick to figure out despite the pseudo-streetwise On the Corner-style cover, but it isn't quite vintage Miles, either. Recorded in the late '60s, these were outtakes, and one of them-"Dual Mr. Tillman Anthony," a thirteen-minute piano ostinato showcase without even the justification of a heavy funk beat-should definitely have remained one.
When Miles Davis took a brief hiatus from the music business in the late 1970s, Columbia Records began to mine its archives for previously unreleased material. One of the first albums compiled by the label during this period was Water Babies, a superb outing that combined music from recording sessions held nearly a year and a half apart in June 1967 and November 1968. Just as Bob Dylan’s Bringing It All Back Home gave folk a new life within the context of rock ’n‘ roll, Davis’ Water Babies reinvented jazz. Perhaps it’s not so coincidental, then, that both albums featured an acoustic side and an electric side, a design that brilliantly transports the listener from the past to the future.
Cover of Miles Davis' Water Babies album, released in 1976. The font Bottleneck is very much a relative of Seymour Chwast's Artone face. Water Babies by Miles Davis. Contributed by Herb Lubalin Study Center on Jan 17th, 2015. Artwork published in.
Album by Miles Davis. was sampled in. The Gang Starr Bus by DJ Premier and Bumpy Knuckles (2010).