Miles Davis: Rubberband - 2x LP 180g Vinyl

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6.9.2019 in Europe
Miles Davis
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A1 Rubberband Of Life, Featuring – Ledisi 5:43
A2 This Is It 4:36
A3 Paradise, Featuring – Medina Johnson 6:10
B1 So Emotional, Featuring – Lalah Hathaway 5:18
B2 Give It Up 6:28
B3 Maze 4:11
C1 Carnival Time 4:24
C2 I Love What We Make Together, Featuring – Randy Hall 5:05
C3 See I See 4:19
D1 Echoes In Time / The Wrinkle 9:25
D2 Rubberband 6:10

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Marketed By – Rhino Entertainment Company
Produced For – Miles Davis Properties LLC
Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Warner Records Inc.
Copyright © – Warner Records Inc.
Manufactured For – Rhino Entertainment Company
Recorded At – Ameraycan Studios
Mastered At – Air Studios
Engineer – Reggie Dozier
Executive-Producer – Cheryl Davis, Darryl Porter, Erin Davis, Vince Wilburn, Jr
Mastered By – John Webber
Producer – Attala Zane Giles, Randy Hall, Vince Wilburn, Jr

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  • 5
    What you really want to know

    Posted by Jack on 28th Apr 2022

    Here it goes ... Miles Davis is always worth the wait. Get it ... now.

  • 5
    Wonderfull Album

    Posted by William on 28th Apr 2022

    I did not think that I would like hearing the great Miles Davis with a contemporary Jazz sound. I was completely wrong. The album is perfectly produced and I enjoyed it thoroughly. A great addition to my Miles collection!!

  • 5
    Miles is always Miles

    Posted by Donald on 28th Apr 2022

    I love this album. I have all of Miles' albums and if you love Miles like I do, how can you dislike this? Thanks to all who worked to bring this to the world, finally. In the words of Luke Skywalker, "no one is every really gone." Long live the cheif, Miles Davis.