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Miller rewards his rabid, insatiable fans, and the rest of us, with a clear two-hour recording that is a better document of his great band than 1997's Live & More. Sequenced just the way bootleggers like it--chronologically--Miller introduces almost every track and gives props to the burning soloists, like Dean Brown and his wild twangy guitar solo on "So What," or the very underrated Michael "Patches" Stewart straddling the upper reaches of his trumpet while trading eights with Brown and saxophonist Roger Byum on a rousing 12-minute version of "Scoop." The band stretches out on very long takes of Miller classics like "Panther" and "Cousin John," and a 20-minute medley of music Miller wrote for Miles Davis. Being an inventive arranger, cover tunes are a highlight of the bassist's records, and he reprises his homage to John Coltrane, "Lonnie's Lament" and adds "Killing Me Softly," and a very poignant version of "I Loves You Porgy." As on Live & More, vocalist Lalah Hathaway joins the group on "People Make the World Go 'Round" as well as on a very Crusaders-like Joe Sample tune. Anchoring it all is the amazing virtuoso musicianship of the man many feel is the best electric bassist in jazz. --Mark Ruffin

Papildoma informacija

Pavadinimas OZELL TAPES
Formatas 2 CD
Barkodas 0089408358227
Leidėjas TELARC
Kodas CD83582
Pradėta prekiauti 2010.02.04
ID E43403

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