That You Not Dare To Forget M.E.B., Miles Davis
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- 1Hail To The Real Chief (Long Version)06:23
- 2Bitches Are Back03:29
- 3Over My Shoulder05:25
- 4Mellow Kisses06:13
- 5That You Not Dare To Forget06:00
Info for That You Not Dare To Forget
That You Not Dare To Forget by M.E.B. (formerly Miles Electric Band) led by Vince Wilburn, Jr. collects a progressive all-star ensemble featuring Miles Davis alumni and the players Miles inspired.
This brand new, never-released studio recording captures a multi-generational who’s who of acclaimed artists performing new Miles-inspired compositions. Two tracks of the five on the album include unreleased trumpet performances by Miles and the album, produced by Miles’ alumni Lenny White and Wilburn, features music legends including Ron Carter, Marcus Miller, Stanley Clarke, Donald Harrison, Darryl Jones, Vernon Reid and John Scofield.
This album is dedicated to the memory of Wallace Roney and Bernard Wright and contains some of their final recordings. The cover is an original painting from artist and Miles’ associate Mikel Elam.
M.E.B. Miles Davis Electric Band
M.E.B. (a.k.a. Miles Electric Band)
is a progressive All-Star ensemble featuring Miles Davis alumni revises the framework for modern jazz improvisation. The avant-garde collective revisits repertoire from Davis’ electric period to pay homage to The Chief. The band represents two generations of players: Davis’ contemporaries and the next generation of music all stars. This is a rotating ensemble of master musicians. The highly eclectic group was put together by EMMY and GRAMMY AWARD WINNING producer/drummer Vince Wilburn, Jr., with the intention to continue expanding the boundaries of music, while also paying homage to the classics.
This album contains no booklet.