Mark Corroto, All About Jazz

You thought not, but you can put the genie back in the bottle. What we’re talking about is the specter unleashed by Miles Davis with Bitches Brew (Columbia, 1970). Davis’ expanded lineup for BB with ten-plus musicians, including the electric pianos of Joe ZawinulChick Corea, and Larry YoungBennie Maupin playing bass clarinet, a young guitarist John McLaughlin, two bassists, percussion, and more percussion, and oh yeah, Wayne Shorter‘s saxophone was ever present. Charles Pillow did that with his Large Ensemble’s Electric Miles.

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