Dime Dailies: Happy 40th to you, Bitches Brew

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In honor of Bitches Brew‘s 40th Anniversary, a cinematic parallel capturing the aesthetics of Miles Davis’ psychedelic fusion jazz masterpiece.

mytwocents: “Reminiscent Twilight” is the perfect description for an album that looks back to the classic age of jazz, but looks ahead to the future of innovated sound – acoustic distortions so tangible you can taste them, feel them on your fingertips, sound rich enough to enamourously fall into, mood so trippy one can’t help but stumble down the proverbial rabbit hole into Miles’ mindset at its most marvelously maniacal. Davis trumps our modern technological maneuvers with sheer soul, his aural schizophonic symphony has any 808 track beat, and this brilliant cinematic gem is a most-fitting trek through Miles’ synesthetic scape. #SATwordsonparade

Watch this space: all of this is to say… cheers to Bitches Brew, you twisted sister you… and top marks to your maker

2 thoughts on “Dime Dailies: Happy 40th to you, Bitches Brew

  1. bitches brew flipped my conceptions of “jazz” and brought me to another level of musical appreciation. Even 12 years after I heard it the first time, listening to this album is about as close to going to church as makes me feel holy.

  2. Completely agree. He improvised improvisation in a way – literally – unheard of until that point in time. I adore this album. It’s so simultaneously visceral and cerebral. Preacher, preacher he’s the teacher you can learn… #church

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