4 x CD in book/DVD-style tall packaging. Containing 3 rare and previously unreleased concerts from San Francisco 1970, England 1970 and Melbourne Australia 1988. These concerts highlight the genius that was Miles Davies and are also an important piece of jazz history. All discs have been digitally remastered for superior sound quality .The iconic artwork and in dept sleeve notes make this a must have release for all true jazz fans.
Just because Russ Davies is the son of Dave and nephew to Ray (founding members of the Kinks), doesn’t mean you should anticipate guitar chugs and fuzz bass. In his debut solo effort, 'A Million Miles From Home', Davies’ band, Cinnamon Chasers as the CD’s title suggests, attempts to surpass the status quo that inspired them and reach alternate vistas.
In There Is No Love, Davies, Sylvian and Wastell offer a sparse and brooding setting of Bernard Marie Koltès’ text – part of a longer play from 1985 - in which its two characters, named only the Dealer and Buyer, are barely more than ciphers, their ghostly figures enacting a mysterious negotiation in a crepuscular world where emotional engagement has departed in place of commodified exchange (“There is no love”.) What, exactly, is being bought and sold is never revealed, yet Sylvian’s careful enunciation bristles with implicit violence and desire.
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