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In 1985, Miles Davis shocked the music world by moving from Columbia Records to Warner Bros. Records and started recording Rubberband. This album marked a radical departure for him, with funk and soul grooves, and was to include vocals by Al Jarreau and Chaka Khan. Produced by Davis, Randy Hall and Zane Giles, the line-up boasted Davis on trumpet and keyboards, keyboardists Adam Holzman, Neil Larsen and Wayne Linsey, percussionist Steve Reid, saxophonist Glen Burris, and Davis’s nephew Vince Wilburn J. on drums
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, J. who performed on the original album sessions
In 1985, Miles Davis began recording an album called Rubberband, which was set to be his first album for Warner Bros. who performed on the original album sessions
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Miles Davis’s lost mid-’80s album Rubberband has been completed by its original producers and is now set for release on September 6. Davis began work on the album soon after signing to Warners in 1985, but eventually the project was shelved in favour of 1986’s Tutu.
Miles Davis’ previously unheard Rubberband album is set for its first ever release, via Rhino, Warner Bros. Records this September. Recorded in October 1985 following Davis’ split from Columbia Records, the album marked another radical shift in direction for the trumpet player, enlisting musicians from across the funk and soul spectrum. It was even due to feature vocalists Al Jarreau and Chaka Khan. Miles Davis Rubberband is released on September 6. Check out the artwork and tracklist below. Tracklist: 01. ‘Rubberband Of Life’ 02. ‘This Is It’ 03.
A previously unheard Miles Davis album has a release date. Rubberband will see the light of day on September 6 via Rhino/Warner and features an original Davis painting as artwork. Originally recorded in the mid-’80s when Davis was making the transition between Columbia and Warner Bros. the album was set aside in favor of Davis’ 1986 LP Tutu. Last fall, the song Rubberband Of Life surfaced on Record Store Day Black Friday as an EP with a number of versions of the song. Randy Hall and Zane Giles, the album’s original producers, put the finishing touches on the record with the help of Davis’ nephew, Vince Wilburn J. who also played drums on the original. Vocals from Ledisi and Lalah Hathaway round out Rubberband in place of original guest appearances from Al Jarreau and Chaka Khan that were never recorded. The record was a bit of a departure for Davis.
A previously unreleased Miles Davis album is finally seeing release. Rubberband was originally recorded in the fall of 1985, but was shelved after Davis made the transition from his longtime home at Columbia Records to Warner Bros Records. He would abandon it in favor of Tutu, which was released in December 1986, leaving the Rubberband tracks untouched for over 30 years. But last fall, one of its songs, Rubberband Of Life, was released on a Record Store Day exclusive EP, and now in September the album will be see the light of day in full.
|Rubberband Of Life (Radio Edit)||4:20|
|Rubberband Of Life||5:43|
|Rubberband Of Life (Instrumental)||5:39|
|Rubberband (Original Version)||6:10|
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