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Performer: Miles Davis
Title: Agharta
Style: Fusion
Released: 1975
Country: Europe
Size MP3 version: 1378 mb
Size FLAC version: 1201 mb
Size WMA version: 1645 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Genre: Jazz

Miles Davis - Agharta mp3 flac


Columbia Recorded live at Osaka Festival Hall, Japan, February 1, 1975 Tracklist: A Prelude (Part I) B Prelude (Part II), Maiysha C Interlude D Theme From.

Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Miles Davis. Agharta ‎(Cass, Album, Pap). CBS. 2PC 176. New Zealand. CBS 88159, CBS 80984-5. Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album).

Along with its sister recording, Pangaea, Agharta was recorded live in February of 1975 at the Osaka Festival Hall in Japan. Amazingly enough, given that these are arguably Davis' two greatest electric live records, they were recorded the same day. Agharta was performed in the afternoon and Pangaea in the evening. Of the two, Agharta is superior

Agharta ‎ (2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap). Sony Records, Sony Records. SRCS 9128~9, SRCS9128-9. Agharta ‎ (2xLP, Album, RE, 180). Miles Davis - Mayisha.

Agharta Sony Music Canada Inc. 2015. Miles Davis sold himself like a brazen 'strumpet with trumpet' to get into bed with rock and even tried to shoehorn his way onto PIL's Album album, under the flimsy pretext that Johnny's voice sounded like his own horn? Lydon flatly rejected his contributions. From here it is but a short slap to the horrors of jazz funk followed by a short button press to the digital technology that begat Detroit Techno and call the lineage facile if you like, Rap.

In Japan, Miles nonetheless was greeted enthusiastically during a three-week tour that included Osaka, where Sony technicians awaited him to record the two concerts of February 1, 1975. The first was released on the double album Agharta. The music has a radiance and an edginess that stretches out over long sections, practically without any reference points other than the abrupt pauses characteristic of the on-off method. An unexpected shuffle rhythm, in the style of the Chicago Blues, appears in the middle of Interlude, preceding the psychedelic finale in which the music unravels slowly. Miles Davis (tpt, org); Sonny Fortune (as, ss, fl); Pete Cosey (el-g, synth, perc); Reggie Lucas (el-g); Michael Henderson (el-b); Al Foster (d); Mtume (perc). Recorded live at Osaka Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan on February 1, 1975.

Agharta was recorded on the afternoon in 1975, at one of two concerts Miles Davis performed at the Osaka Festival Hall in Japan.

In Agharta we find Miles Davis further exploring the possibilities of Funk music, only this time fusing it with the aggressive rock-stylings of Bitches Brew and the atmospheric nuances of In A Silent Way. In the opening number, "Prelude", we see the musicians taking apart genres and rebuilding them into a completely different sound. This piece is much more reminiscent of Rock than Jazz, as the music is produced by a prominent guitar-driven sound. Prelude" is all Miles Davis and Pete Cosey, who flow in and out of perception with eruptions of frantic solos. I highly recommend this album to any fans of Miles Davis, it highly differs from the atmospheric sound of his previous electric albums, as it contains a more elevated and aggressive style that will be sure to please any fan of Jazz Fusion.

Agharta is a fusion music live album recording by MILES DAVIS released in 1975 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. MILES DAVIS - Agharta. Filed under Fusion By MILES DAVIS.

Pangaea is a live album by American jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader Miles Davis. It was originally released as a double album in 1976 by CBS Sony in Japan. Recorded during Davis' electric period, the album captures the second of two concerts he performed on February 1, 1975, at Osaka's Festival Hall

Tracklist

Prelude (Part 1) 22:14
Prelude (Part 2) / Maiysha 23:01
Interlude 26:17
Theme From Jack Johnson 25:59

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CBS 88 159, CBS 88159 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album) CBS, CBS CBS 88 159, CBS 88159 Europe 1975
SOPJ 92~93, SOPJ 92-93 Miles Davis Agharta = アガルタの凱歌 ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat) CBS/Sony, CBS/Sony SOPJ 92~93, SOPJ 92-93 Japan 1975
CBS 88159 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album) CBS CBS 88159 UK 1975
S 88159, S 80984, S 80985 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album) CBS, CBS, CBS S 88159, S 80984, S 80985 UK 1975
2PC 176 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(Cass, Album, Pap) CBS 2PC 176 New Zealand 1975
CBS 88159, CBS 80984-5 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album) CBS, CBS CBS 88159, CBS 80984-5 Italy 1976
PG 33967 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album) Columbia PG 33967 Canada 1976
S 88159, S 80984, S 80985 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat) CBS, CBS, CBS S 88159, S 80984, S 80985 Spain 1976
PG 33967 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat) Columbia PG 33967 US 1976
PG 33967 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Columbia PG 33967 US 1976
PG 33967 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl) Columbia PG 33967 US 1976
PGT 33967 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(Cass, Album) Columbia PGT 33967 US 1976
36AP 1787~8 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) CBS/Sony 36AP 1787~8 Japan 1979
28AP 2167~8 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) CBS/Sony 28AP 2167~8 Japan 1981
50DP 237~8 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM) CBS/Sony 50DP 237~8 Japan 1985
C2K 46799 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM) Columbia, Legacy C2K 46799 US 1991
467897 2, COL 467897 2 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM) Columbia, Columbia 467897 2, COL 467897 2 Europe 1991
C2T 46799 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCass, Album, RE, RM) Columbia, Legacy C2T 46799 US 1991
SRCS 9128~9, SRCS9128-9 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap) Sony Records, Sony Records SRCS 9128~9, SRCS9128-9 Japan 1996
RR-98-006-2 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, Unofficial) Release Records RR-98-006-2 Russia 1998
SRCS 9720~1 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap) SME Records SRCS 9720~1 Japan 2000
SRCS 9720-1 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM) SME Records SRCS 9720-1 Japan 2000
SICP 1230/31 Miles Davis Agharta = アガルタの凱歌 ‎(2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap) Sony Music Japan International Inc. SICP 1230/31 Japan 2006
SICP 20067~8 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM, Blu) Sony Records Int'l SICP 20067~8 Japan 2009
4M811 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, 180) 4 Men With Beards 4M811 US 2011
SICP 30273-4 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM, Blu) Sony Records Int'l SICP 30273-4 Japan 2013
MOVLP134 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Music On Vinyl, Columbia MOVLP134 Europe 2015
COL 467897 2 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM) Columbia COL 467897 2 Europe Unknown
467897 2, COL 467897 2 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM) Columbia, Columbia 467897 2, COL 467897 2 Europe Unknown
C2K 46799 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM, RP) Columbia, Legacy C2K 46799 US Unknown
467897-2 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, RM) Columbia, Legacy, Sony Music 467897-2 Argentina Unknown
CBS 88159 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat) CBS CBS 88159 Netherlands Unknown
88159 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) Columbia 88159 Netherlands Unknown
88159 Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM) Columbia 88159 Netherlands Unknown


Went Tyu
compared to my early columbia copy, the sound on the 2011 4menwbeards reissue is quite different. beefier, thicker, more bass, but cloudier, not as clear or defined, might say muddier. perhaps not as good sounding, but it pumps out that dark voodoo in a darker way. will keep it too, esp with the alt cover art it sports.
elektron
oddly, on my copy of what seems to be this reissue pressing, the guitarist in the right channel on prelude is mixed out! in disbelief, i went back and forth a number of times with my early columbia pressing. yep - he gone. for some reason an integral part of the song is mixed out. how mysterious. snafu? damaged tape? drugged out engineer? contractual thing? grudge by miles?
Humin
Just realized on mine side 3 is labeled as side 4 and vice versa. Anyone else have that issue?
Longitude Temporary
Yes, that should be the case. If you go to the main Agharta page on Discogs [https://www.discogs.com/Miles-Davis-Agharta/master/62283] you'll see it outlined in the second paragraph from the top:'On all versions of this release tracks C and D (LP-wise) on the second disc are mixed up, so the second disc's first track is really the one labeled "Theme From Jack Johnson" (which is a full performance of "Right Off" and ends with a version of the theme from "So What", a track from Davis' 1959 LP Kind of Blue). So track D is actually the one labeled "Interlude" and is a medley of "Ife" and "For Dave". For CD releases, these two tracks were merged into a single seamless track.'
Rias
This is being added to multiple releases so hopefully more people can see it. I’ve been on here for 5 ½ years but not until now have I felt the need to post. About a month ago I purchased an Agharta reissue [MOVLP134]. Let me first say I have been a fan of Music On Vinyl for quite some time. I own +10 of their releases but for the sake of this post I’ll limit it to just my Miles Davis copies; Get Up With It [MOVLP1513] and Black Beauty [MOVLP1427]. All three of the MOV releases I own sound great on my system. The music is well balanced and there is hardly any surface noise during the quieter sections. While the artwork is limited to just a gatefold and even though they don’t come with any inserts it is still a very worthwhile and affordable purchase of ~$25 per 2 LP set. (Collector’s Choice will still have them if you’re lucky)I was able to purchase a local copy of the Pangaea reissue [4M810DLP]. I was not impressed by the 4 Men With Beards release. The sound was somewhat flat compared to the MOV releases. In the end, that’s what it’s all about, so if you’re in the market for a cheaper reissue I would suggest you seek out MOV instead of 4MWB.After reading multiple posts by anothermansvinyl I decided I would put his comments to the test so I purchased original copies from Japan of Agharta [SOPJ 92~93] and Pangaea [SOPZ 96~97]. These arrived quickly and in nearly flawless condition. I then took them to my parents who have a PX-950 receiver and Klipsch speakers. I don’t recall their turntable model but it’s at the same level as their receiver and speakers. We compared sections of Agharta and Pangaea between the OP and reissues in a ‘blind listen test’. As anothermansvinyl pointed out, the OP are top notch. The sound is so rich and deep and you can definitely pick up on the subtle background music during the busy parts. These are easily in my top 5 for all around quality of all albums I own (~160). However, the MOV sounded great on their system it was just a little quieter overall. While it wasn’t as impressive as the OP, unless you have a keen ear and/or an advanced receiver/speakers/turntable system then you may not really care about these differences. My system isn’t as nice as theirs so the differences weren’t as pronounced but again, I was able to pick out the OP every time.In the end I’d agree with anothermansvinyl. If you truly want to appreciate the music for what it is and invest in albums that will only go up in value, you should really splurge and get the OP for Agharta, Pangaea and even Dark Magus (I’m working on that right now). At the same time, I would also highly recommend Music On Vinyl releases for those who don't consider the packaging and/or subtleties some of the OP contain to be worth twice the price.
Hawk Flying
Agharta was recorded live and represented Miles' band at it's most abstract and atmospheric, with the use of three guitars and long vamps.