Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis Collaboration #2 If 6 were 9

This is what it might have sounded like had Jimi survived to play with Miles Davis during Miles' Tutu/Amandla period (1986). For the first time Miles could embrace synthesizers, sequencing, and drum machines. No doubt Jimi would have too. Add to that a producer who could play bass every bit as well as he could produce, Marcus Miller, and you have a recipe for some awesome music. On this track I play guitars and sequence Miles trumpet. I am ably assisted by the immensely talented Steve Shone on bass. Don't miss his bass solo at 3 minutes in, Marcus would be proud!

Genre: jazz rock

Author: Miles Davis
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