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Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name2.5 averageMetallica Master of Puppets2.0 poorDinosaur Jr. Where You BeenMiles Davis Kind of BlueThis was Miles's Davis return to making music after the death of is wife in a skiing accident in 1982. It's immediately evident that he was trying something different here. The album is ushered in by the sound of an air raid siren and guest guitarist Steve Vai's pentatonic guitar lick.
That is not to say that his trumpet takes a back seat here. Miles Davis is still being Miles Davis on this album. There is lots of brapping and improvisation to keep people happy. This has been referred to by Miles himself as 'jazz for white college kids that want to appear hip so they have just one jazz album in their collection and this is it'.
This is probably true. The music heree really isn't special. Sometimes i was just waiting for Miles to stop playing and let the drummer do something, but there wasn't really any respite from his saxaphone.1.0 awfulConverge Axe to FallKaiser Chiefs EmploymentNickelback Hesher
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