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Already have an account? The set lists vary but offer something remarkable as a whole: The only period where Davis played music from his bebop, hard bop, modal, and electric eras on one tour. In Antibes, Visions - Various - Europe Jazz Festival (Vinyl, "Directions" opens at Visions - Various - Europe Jazz Festival (Vinyl furious tempo with freewheeling solos from Davis and Shorter.
There is a completely re-envisioned "Milestones" that materializes from the bass solo. Shorter and Davis play with a muscular, intense, communicative freedom that reaches its creative peak here. The rhythm section, emboldened by the front line, is wildly inventive. Corea plays an exceptionally large role. ByVisions - Various - Europe Jazz Festival (Vinyl was using not only electric guitar in the studio, but often multiple keyboard players simultaneously.
Corea is everywhere as a rhythmic and harmonic counterpart, and as a visionary soloist. His chord voicings on "'Round Midnight" move from skeletal to maximal as the tune is thoroughly reinvented from its spare melody into a nearly funky modal jam with him leading the way.
Highlights from the second Antibes gig include a blistering "Spanish Key," driven by Holland and DeJohnettefollowed by a brief, lyrical "I Fall in Love Too Easily," preceding an angular, exciting "Masqualero," with fiery interaction between Shorter and Corea. In Stockholm, the minute "Bitches Brew" is revealed to be still evolving; harmonic and rhythmic ideas are thrown into the mix minute-by-minute. Davis ' solo on set-closer "This," is risky and physically strident.
The DVD offers a gorgeous, color, multi-camera shoot, with terrific sound. The band's intuitive, concentrated interaction is mesmerizing to watch. It's obvious here that he freely embraced the sonic, textural, and timbral possibilities that electricity offered him in creating a more open, in-the-moment, music. Live in Europe, makes obvious that on this tour, Davis ' creative vision was holistic and completely assured.
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