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    Bitches Brew is one of the first ever jazz fusion albums. The unique sound of the album was initially poorly received by critics and fans, but within a few years, the influence of this album emerged. It was a certified classic, and is often considered one of the greatest jazz albums in history. The problem that many people had with the album was the fact that it didn't sound like "jazz". Indeed, Bitches Brew mixed rock and funk elements, along with electric instruments into a whole new kind of music. This is a highly improvisational and experimental album, but an essential for anyone who enjoys jazz, rock or funk music. It was recorded in 1969, produced by Teo Macero, and released in 1970 on Columbia.

    The musicians on the album are: Miles Davis on Trumpet, Wayne Shorter on Soprano Sax, Bennie Maupin on Bass Clarinet, Chick Corea on Electric Piano, John McLaughlin on Guitar, Dave Holland on Bass, Harvey Brooks on Electric Bass, Lenny White on Drums, Jack DeJohnette on Drums, Don Alias on Drums and Congas, Juma Santos on Congas, Larry Young on Electric Piano, Joe Zawinul on Electric Piano, Billy Cobham on Drums, and Airto Moreira on Percussion. Please note: Not all musicians appear on all tracks.

    Bitches Brew Track Listing:

    1. Pharaoh's Dance (20:06)
    2. Bitches Brew (27:00)
    3. Spanish Key (17:34)
    4. John McLaughlin (4:26)
    5. Miles Runs The Voodoo Down (14:04)
    6. Sanctuary (11:01)
    7. Feio (11:51) *Note: Only available on 1999 CD reissue

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