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    by » Thu June 13th, 2019, 18:18

    In 1985, Miles Davis began recording an album called Rubberband, which was set to be his first album for Warner Bros. Records following his departure from longtime label Columbia. That record was ultimately shelved; his first album for Warner would be 1986’s Tutu. Last year saw the title track to Davis’ album, “Rubberband,” released on an EP of the same name.

    Today, it’s been announced that Rubberband will now be released in its entirety, completed by the original producers—Randy Hall and Zane Giles—alongside Davis’ nephew, Vince Wilburn, Jr., who performed on the original album sessions. It arrives September 6 via Rhino.

    Featured on the album are Lalah Hathaway and the R&B/jazz singer Ledisi, who guests on an alternate version of the title track, “Rubberband of Life,” which appeared on last year’s EP. Find that below as well. In April, it was announced that Davis’ full recordings from his sessions around Birth of the Cool would be coming to vinyl.

    01 Rubberband of Life [ft. Ledisi]
    02 This Is It
    03 Paradise
    04 So Emotional [ft. Lalah Hathaway]
    05 Give It Up
    06 Maze
    07 Carnival Time
    08 I Love What We Make Together [ft. Randy Hall]
    09 See I See
    10 Echoes in Time/The Wrinkle
    11 Rubberband


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    by » Thu June 13th, 2019, 19:09

    Unlike its others albums of the 80s, i love Tutu, this project sounds interesting.

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