"Miles Runs The Voodoo Down" - Miles Davis Live at Fillmore East 1970 [SoundCloud Audio Stream]

Evan Petersen

by Evan Petersen

Published March 19, 2014

As previously reported, Miles Davis' legendary Miles Davis at Fillmore is getting the deluxe reissue treatment, including a whopping 135 minutes of previously unreleased material. We first heard "Footprints" as performed at San Francisco's Fillmore West, and now we've been treated to an unheard version of "Miles Runs The Voodoo Down."

The track sees Miles on the left side of a stereo mix, acting as a counterpoint to his jammy keyboard-led band. The track is unlike the polished original record, preserving a great deal of its impromptu air. The bassline walks and the drums swing in the background while the Rhodes and trumpet tear it up. It's a 13-minute epic, but it keeps things diverse throughout, with a multitude of horn sounds and rhythm change-ups to keep you engaged. Take a listen to the track above.

Hear the bonus version of "Footprints" here at Zumic. Miles at the Fillmore—Miles Davis 1970: The Bootleg Series Vol. 3 will be out March 25th and you can pre-order through Amazon or iTunes.


Source: Legacy Recordings SoundCloud

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