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Miles Davis - Right Off flac album

Right Off
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Right Off (Part I) 3:27
Right Off (Part II) 2:49


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
4-45350 Miles Davis Right Off ‎(7") Columbia 4-45350 US 1971
4-45350 Miles Davis Right Off ‎(7") Columbia 4-45350 Canada 1971
4-45350 Miles Davis Right Off ‎(7", Single, Promo) Columbia 4-45350 US 1971

Jack Johnson (also known as A Tribute to Jack Johnson on reissues) is a studio album and soundtrack by American jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader Miles Davis. It was released on February 24, 1971, by Columbia Records. The album was conceived by Davis for Bill Cayton's documentary of the same name, on the life of boxer Jack Johnson. Its two 25-minute-plus tracks were produced from recordings made on February 18 and April 7, 1970, at 30th Street Studio in New York City

The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions were recorded in April 1970 by Miles Davis, and released in September 2003. These sessions formed the basis for the 1971 album Jack Johnson, as well as some of the studio portions of Live-Evil. They were recorded as the soundtrack for a documentary by the same name about the heavyweight world champion boxer Jack Johnson. One of the tracks closes with brief soliloquy by actor Brock Peters portraying Johnson. All compositions by Miles Davis except where noted.

Right Off. Artist: Miles Davis. Album: The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions, 2003. Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment. Right Off/The Theme (Instrumental) · Miles Davis. Miles Davis In Concert: Live At Philharmonic Hall. 1973 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. Released on: 1997-05-31.

Jack Johnson is a tremendous album, and in its particular concentration of biting, staccato rock (if this is rock/jazz fusion, rock is winning), it's unique in Miles' body of work. If it was meant to break through to rock audiences, it failed, and of course it did: while this is loud, amplified, improvisational music, it's too harsh and perhaps too black-sounding for fans of the Grateful Dead or the Charles Lloyd Quartet.

Great records do not necessarily arise out of historical ruptures. Nonetheless, Miles Davis’s A Tribute to Jack Johnson is significant in jazz and rock history if only for having the audacity to disrupt both so radically. It is perhaps Davis’s best album from an early 1970s period when he was tearing down the genre walls erected in audience’s minds. The album was Davis’s second stab at a soundtrack, after Elevator to the Gallows in 1958. Jack Johnson is a documentary about the first African-American boxer to become world heavyweight champion.

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  • enjoyable edits that work quite well supposedly Jeff Beck heard this single on the radio while fixing his car and rethought his musical direction "John Mclaughlin was kicking my arse!" Macero did a good job of including as many of the highlights of the 27 minute original as could be fit on a 7" singleside 2 is harder rocking and more "out there"my copy was WKSC (a chicago radio station) written on it - so it must have got some US airplay despite not being promoted as much as Miles At Fillmore