Miles Davis at the Fillmore June 1970 unveils, new to the world, uniquely performed snatches of the three classic albums Directions, Bitches Brew and It’s About that Time. Recorded at the Fillmore East, the content was then heavily edited by producer Teo Macero, who named each track after its’ day of performance. At that particular time period, Davis shared stage with Chick Corea and Keith Jarrett, who played electronic organ and Fender Rhodes, thus inducing a modern touch to classical acoustic jazz.
The live performances in the three-album content is definitely leaning toward avant rock and the psychedelic, further enhanced during the mix. The bootleg serie exhibits several versions of the same songs, performed with slight alterations night after night, a purely refreshing listening of Davis’ eternal heritage.