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Duke Ellington BLUES IN ORBIT [Columbia/AP/Stereo SACD] A Spectacular You Are There SACD remaster

 

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FOR LOVERS EVERYWHERE [MOTOWN/Universal Hong Kong/STEREO/Pressed in Japan]

PRE-ORDER-Lionel-Richie-Truly-The-Love-Songs-SACD-New


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Hmmm
Miles in the Sky is on wish list
Why didn’t you like it?
The musical content. I found the music very noisy.... non-melodic, and screechy. I kept being irritated by the drummer which is unusual for me... constant loud hard ride cymbals mixed loudly (I kept wishing he would just "give it a break man!") or loud snare shots... so part of this could be how he was mixed into the music...but not all of it. I was disappointed in George Benson's track and had to laugh at some of the weird guitar noises he contributed to the jam... There are only four long jam tracks so not much variety and I honestly couldn't wait for the last track to finish....
I love late 50's - 60's Miles, I love the beginnings of fusion jazz rock with John McLaughlin, I like his later 80's music... but this one not at all... I'd say give it a listen online if it's out there before buying...
 
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