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  • We Want Miles We Want Miles Quick View

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    We Want Miles

    We Want Miles is now available on vinyl after almost thirty years!


    On the heels of releasing Miles' Bitches Brew Live album, Music On Vinyl is also releasing another Miles Davis album that has been on their wish list for quite some time.
    'We Want Miles' is a collection of live recordings from Boston, New York (where he had played his last gig in 1975) and Tokyo from 1981, and they're among the first live recordings made after an extended hiatus.


    But unlike his 1981 comeback album The Man With The Horn, on We Want Miles Davis has rediscovered his famed embouchure and this album was released to great critical acclaim in 1982, winning a Grammy for Best Jazz Instrumental Performance on the way.


    This is the first vinyl reissue since its original release in 1982, on double 180 grams audiophile vinyl in a Gatefold sleeve with its original artwork.


    Playing with him are a level headed Marcus Miller on bass, Al Foster on drums, Mike Stern on guitar (not afraid to let it rip every once in a while), Mino Cinelu on percussion and Bill Evans holding his own on saxophone.

    Side 1
    1. Jean Pierre

    2. Back Seat Betty


    Side 2
    1. Fast Track

    2. Jean Pierre


    Side 3
    1. My Man's Gone Now


    Side 4
    1. Kix

    Miles Davis
    $44.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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    Friends

    A release that its creator Stanley Jordan cites as his most realized project to date finds him in challenging company: fellow strummers Charlie Hunter, Russell Malone, Bucky Pizzarelli and Mike Stern; saxmen (and label mate) Kenny Garrett and Ronnie Laws; N'awlins trumpeter Nicholas Payton and the renown violinist Regina Carter. Another
    label mate, Christian McBride, guests on bass when not handled by Stanley's long-time trio bassist Charnett Moffett. Kenwood Dennard of his trio holds down the drum chair. Truly, a collection of Friends whose benefits push Stanley into a heightened musical reality.
    1. Capitol J
    2. Walkin' The Dog
    3. Lil' Darlin'
    4. Giant Steps
    5. I Kissed A Girl
    6. Samba Delight
    7. Seven Come Eleven
    8. Bathed In Light
    9. Bartok Duet
    10. Reverie
    11. One For Milton
    Stanley Jordan
    $27.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • How Did We Get So Dark? How Did We Get So Dark? Quick View

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    How Did We Get So Dark?

    After becoming the biggest breaking British rock band with their self-titled 2014 debut album, Royal Blood's eagerly anticipated second album 'How Did We Get So Dark?' will be released on Warner Bros. Records.


    Royal Blood's breakthrough was huge. Their debut album was the fastest-selling British rock debut in three years, hitting #1 in the UK, debuting in the Top 5 on the Billboard 200 Chart in the U.S. and going Top 20 in 12 countries. Before they knew it, they were performing for Howard Stern, touring with Foo Fighters, holding dressing room audiences with Jimmy Page in New York, and being presented with a BRIT for Best British Band in 2015 by the very same guitar god. Their ascendency was further underlined with major awards courtesy of Kerrang!, NME and Q.


    The ten tracks that are featured on 'How Did We Get So Dark?' were written in instrumental form during sessions in Brighton, Los Angeles, and Nashville. Always trying to explore ways of stripping their enormous sound back to give it more space and impact, the inspiration for the lyrics came from events in vocalist/bassist Mike Kerr's life since the band first found huge success.


    In November 2016, Kerr and drummer Ben Thatcher, along with producer Jolyon Thomas, spent six weeks in a studio in Brussels that was decked out like a New York diner and featured a warehouse of antique gear. 'How Did We Get So Dark?' was subsequently completed after a final session in London with their debut album's co-producer Tom Dalgety.


    The album's first single 'Lights Out' ups the ante from their debut with a wrecking ball of a groove cemented by Thatcher's thunderous rhythms, while Kerr wrangles the twisted invention of his bass riffs to a whole new level. Their patented two-man artillery of carefully constructed melodic aggression is prevalent throughout, especially in 'I Only Lie When I Love You,' which is a compelling cowbell-assisted reminder of the power of a stop-start riff and a strident chorus. There are times when Royal Blood are more visceral than ever - notably the gargantuan introduction to 'Hook, Line and Sinker'and also the intense denouement that brings 'Look Like You Know' to a close.


    While the album finds Royal Blood refining their melodic might, there are other moments that fulfill their aim to create songs that will add new dimensions to their live sets. Adorned with Kerr's falsetto, 'Don't Tell' drops the intensity to mesmerizing effect, while 'Where Are You Now?' pulsates with a bounding energy that's quite a step apart from anything else in their catalog. The Royal Blood palette is also expanded with the inclusion of harmony vocals - something that they didn't use on their debut.

    1. How Did We Get So Dark?

    2. Lights Out
    3. I Only Lie When I Love You
    4. She's Creeping
    5. Look Like You Know
    6. Where Are You Now?
    7. Don't Tell
    8. Hook, Line and Sinker
    9. Hole In Your Heart
    10. Sleep
    Royal Blood
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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