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  • Ken Lovern
    August 23, 2022
    This album was monumental to me and my friends when it was released in 1982. We had be listening to Miles (especially the mid 60s quintet) but this live recording from 1981 (and the studio record “The Man with the Horn”) meant that Miles wasn’t done challenging and changing peoples concept of jazz. Miles had not been playing and recording music since 1975, so his return to recording and performing in 1981 was a big deal. This album stirred up a bit of controversy with some people heralding it as THE new direction of jazz and others lambasting it as “that’s not jazz.” I remember my piano teacher at the time, John Elliott, commenting on the innovation of the music and the controversy it caused by saying, “Well, he has done it again.” Saw this band with the addition of John Scofield at the Fox Theatre in St. Louis in the Summer of 1983. Fairly mind blowing. This reissue was released about a week ago. Great sounding pressing on yellow vinyl.