Scorned by critics at the time of its release, Miles Davis' 1972 album 'On The Corner' is now seen as a forerunner of Post Punk, Hip Hop, Drum and Bass and Electronic music, thanks to its revolutionary recording techniques. Miles wanted to reconnect with a younger audience, who had forsaken him for Rock and funk, and the experimental On The Corner was his answer. Leaning more heavily on a drum and bass groundwork, the overdubs consisted of free improvisations held in the studio. n The Corner' isn't one of Miles easiest records to listen to, but it can yield the most fruits. Now released with completely re-mastered audio.[cargo]
(Reissue Remastered) 'Tracks 1 to 4 recorded in New York, June 1, 1972; Columbia KC 31906 (AL 31906)
Tracks 5 to 8 recorded in New York, June 6, 1972; Columbia KC 31906 (BL 31906)
Personnel listing reflects information from Sony Archival sources.
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