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Bitches Brew (album) by Miles Davis 

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Bitches Brew
Bitches Brew by Miles Davis (1970)
Overall rank: 232nd   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
83/100 (from 421 votes)
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Accolades: Top 20 albums of 1970 (12th)
Top 100 albums of the 1970s (58th)
Top 500 albums of all time (232nd)

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Miles Davis bestography

Bitches Brew is ranked 2nd best out of 72 albums by Miles Davis on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Miles Davis is Kind Of Blue which is ranked number 40 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 29,952.

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Bitches Brew track list

Overall chart history The tracks on this album have an average rating of 84 out of 100 (all tracks have been rated).

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1.Track pickPharaoh's Dance
 85/100 (44 votes)
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2.Track pickBitches Brew
 85/100 (46 votes)
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3.Spanish Key
 84/100 (40 votes)
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4.John Mclaughlin
 81/100 (34 votes)
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5.Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
 85/100 (39 votes)
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6.Sanctuary
 84/100 (36 votes)
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Bitches Brew rankings

Bitches Brew ratings

Average Rating: 
83/100 (from 421 votes)
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60/100
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73/100
 
90/100
02/23/2015 12:30
89/100
 
70/100
02/18/2015 17:11
76/100
 
90/100
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75/100
02/15/2015 21:46
83/100

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From JasonZaia 01/22/2015 09:00
Absolutely incredible! Universally influential! Unbelievably unique - even by today's standards.
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80/100
From poppmusic 01/22/2015 08:12
Cool textures, but much too long (and, ultimately, repetitive) to be listened to conventionally.
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90/100
From Rufus 12/12/2014 01:04
An astonishing album. There is nothing else quite like this out there.
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85/100
From Graeme2 09/28/2014 19:36
Anyone giving this a low rating.....turn off the cd. Roll one. A fat one......turn on the cd again contains bitches brew. Smoke that.......and the rating is now?
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80/100
From drummingunicorn 07/16/2014 05:59
good album
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Always thought the snare drum was on the 2 & 4 beat, and the bass drum on 1 & 3 in rock music... well, whether it's jazz fusion, avant-garde jazz, experimental jazz, future jazz, tribal acid jazz, tropical/subtropical psychedelic jazz rock (I'm just inventing names now)... whatever it is, it's a fascinatingly strange brew that I've never quite tasted before and never will again!
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90/100
From NickVolos 10/07/2013 00:08
An extraordinary album by a visionary that brought the worlds of Jazz, Funk and Rock together and literally fused them into an amalgam to be known simply as: Fusion.
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95/100
From Error Finn 07/29/2013 10:35
Telefunker: 0/100, A man without courage.
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From jeremylannister 05/02/2013 21:31
really mind throbbing, but after a while you go numb and it all sort of makes sense. beautiful
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From sethmadsen 04/13/2013 10:16
As amazing as this is, I don't understand why people call it a fusion of rock n' roll and jazz... just because it has electric bass, guitar, and piano in it? The most important part of rock n' roll is that the snare is on the 1 & 3 beat and bass drum is on the 2 & 4 beat. Nothing like this ever happens on this album (maybe Miles Runs the voodoo down)... granted, I understand it is fusion jazz... but just because something has electric or non-electric instruments doesn't automatically mean it is borrowing influences from rock n' roll... I guess just rock music in general... anyways, in my opinion it is simply Jazz with electrical instruments. I think this is one reason why I don't like labels... half the time they aren't even true (grunge imo for example, is a trick on kids to buy "new" music).
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