Bitches Brew

Miles Davis - Bitches Brew
Critic Score
Based on 4 reviews
1970 Ratings: #4 / 111
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Based on 757 ratings
1970 Ratings: #1
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CRITIC REVIEWS

100
AllMusic

Bitches Brew is so forward-thinking that it retains its freshness and mystery in the 21st century.

100
Sputnikmusic

Despite both the criticism and hype that Bitches Brew receives, it remains to be one of the most revolutionary, interesting and enjoyable jazz records ever made.

100
Consequence of Sound
A life-changing record for anyone curious enough to listen with full ears and no expectations.
Craigold
100
My girlfriend and I were hanging out, getting a little frisky, and started to play with each other. Foreplay mostly at this point. I was using her dildo on her while she gave me the sloppy toppy, and we started to experiment with how much of the baguette she could get down her throat. We turned it into a bit of a game, we were laughing at each other, it was great. She could get most of the rubber corn on the cob in her mouth, all but an inch or so, but couldn't get as far with the actual skin ... read more
Strangelightsyd
95
Ya like jazz?
JustSomeGuy
100
If In A Silent Way perfected the jazz-rock genre, then Bitches Brew took the idea even further, adding a more avant-garde and psychedelic nature to it, making it even more interesting and overall more fun.

In the late '60s Davis began experimenting with electric instruments, ultimately resulting in the masterpiece, In A Silent Way. He then threw that more basic jazz-rock sound out the window and went full avant-garde, making an album that hasn't been replicated by anyone. Really, Bitches Brew ... read more
soundworld
98
“Bitches Brew” spawned out of Miles Davis’ dislike towards the changing culture falling in love with Rock music and the increased adoration towards electric instrumentation, while the free flowing Jazz of the past had been falling further and further out of favour. It was Miles’ belief that “I could do what y’all are doing, and I can do it better!”, and started working on new musical sketches, in the same way that he did with his revolutionary ‘59 ... read more
MickyT
100
It's one thing hearing 'Bitches Brew' for the first time, but it's another thing having your first experience with it being on vinyl (thanks nostalgia). Everything that Miles Davis has been doing up to this point was building to this moment, to his magnum opus, an album that truly showcases Davis's impeccable talent as an innovator, composer and musician, as he takes the experimentation of his late 60s output and expands upon it with incredible results. His experimentation with electric ... read more
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Added on: March 15, 2013