This could have been one of the events of the season, like the album unreleased John Coltrane released in the past year, Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album . The announcement of a disc posthumous of the famous Miles Davis was intrigued: would it be possible to have the new about a musician whose career – or rather, careers – was always spared the surprise effect? Miles Davis had once claimed to “have changed several times during the course of the music”. Presumptive, the sentence, however, was fair enough. The man was able to reinvent itself with engineering, decade after decade.
Rubberband , which comes out this Friday, September 6, is the fruit of recording sessions of 1985. This year, the star has just left his historical label, Columbia, to sign with Warner. After its eclipse in the second half of the 1980s, Miles has returned to the forefront in 1981 with The Man With The Horn . Very influenced by Prince, Davis seeks constantly to modernize his music. He does not hesitate to …
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