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Duos, Vibes, Guitars and Electric Miles

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This week fantastic albums featuring duos, extended improvisations influenced by electric period Miles Davis, and, to compliment that some actual electric period Miles, plus new sounds with vibes and guitars.

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  • Chris Alford & Justin Peake "Mullerian Mimicry" from Turning On Our Own Time (Mystic Form Records) 00:00
  • Gus Garside and Hervé Perez "The Lover" from The Unexpected Visitor (Orbit 577) 04:07
  • Olie Brice, Binker Golding, Henry Kaiser, N.O. Moore, Eddie Prevost "Door 1 (edit)" from The Secret Handshake With Danger Volume One (577 Records) 12:24
  • Martin Huba "Stars Are Quiet Tonight" from Walk My Way : Volume Three (Orbit 577) 24:29
  • Miles Davis "Moja (Part 2)" from Dark Magus (Columbia Sony) 31:34
  • Gus Garside and Hervé Perez "The Keeper" from The Unexpected Visitor (Orbit 577) 44;47
  • Chris Alford & Justin Peake "A Course In Water" from Turning On Our Own Time (Mystic Form Records) 51:43
  • Hugh Manwell "Slow It Down" from Hugh (Onza Records) 57:19
  • Dan McCarthy "Sonder" from A Place Where We Once Lived (Self Released) 1:00:00
  • Miles Davis "Prelude (Part 2) / Maiysha" from Agharta (Columbia Sony) 1:05:57
  • Charbel Haber"A Mirage Learns The Truth About" from Walk My Way : Volume Three (Orbit 577) 1:18:15
  • Dan McCarthy "Cloud Hopping" from A Place Where We Once Lived (Self Released) 1:25:14
  • Chris Alford & Justin Peake "Far Fetching" from Turning On Our Own Time (Mystic Form Records) 1:31:08
  • Gus Garside and Hervé Perez "The Maker" from The Unexpected Visitor (Orbit 577) 1:36:22
  • Miles Davis "Nne (Part 2)" from Dark Magus (Columbia Sony) 1:45:58
  • Olie Brice, Binker Golding, Henry Kaiser, N.O. Moore, Eddie Prévost "Door 2 (edit)" from The Secret Handshake With Danger Volume One (577 Records) 1:55:17

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