Black Sabbath – Paranoid

War Pigs (00:00)
Paranoid (07:57)
Planet Caravan (10:50)
Iron Man (15:25)
Electric Funeral (21:23)
Hand of Doom (26:16)
Rat Salad (33:26)
Fairies Wear Boots (35:57)

Ozzy Osbourne – vocals
Tony Iommi – guitar, flute
Geezer Butler – bass
Bill Ward – drums, congas

Rodger Bain – production
Tom Allom – engineering, piano on Planet Caravan
Brian Humphries – engineering
Marcus Keef – graphic design, photography

Black Sabbath website

Miles Davis – On the Corner

1. On the Corner/New York Girl/Thinkin’ One Thing and Doin’ Another/Vote for Miles (00:00)
2. Black Satin (19:59)
3. One and One (25:19)
4. Helen Butte/ Mr. Freedom X (31:28)

Recorded on June 1 (A1), June 6 (B1-B2) and July 7 (A2), 1972.

Producer Teo Macero

Miles Davis – electric trumpet with wah-wah
Dave Liebman – soprano saxophone (A2)
Carlos Garnett – soprano and tenor saxophone (B1, B2)
Chick Corea – electric piano (A1)
Herbie Hancock – electric piano, synthesizer
Harold I. Williams – organ, synthesizer
Lonnie Liston Smith – organ (B2)
David Creamer (A2, B1, B2), John McLaughlin (A1) – electric guitar
Michael Henderson – electric bass with wah wah
Collin Walcott (A1, B1, B2), Khalil Balakrishna (A2) – electric sitar
Bennie Maupin – bass clarinet (B1)
Badal Roy – tabla
Jack DeJohnette, Billy Cobham, Al Foster – drums
Jabali Billy Hart – drums, bongos
James “Mtume” Foreman, Don Alias – percussion
Paul Buckmaster – cello, arrangements
Robert Honablue – engineer

Guardian review of the Complete On the Corner Sessions:

The most hated album in jazz
Paul Tingen
The Guardian, Thursday 25 October 2007

At the time, everyone loathed Miles Davis’s On the Corner – even the people who played on it. But now, reports Paul Tingen, some of the coolest names in music are proud to name it as a major influence.

“…It was the first hip-hop/house/drum’n’bass/breakbeat album I’d ever heard,” explains American musician and longtime Village Voice writer Greg Tate…”

“…In addition, producer Teo Macero did his wild cut-and-paste thing, which he had pioneered on Miles Davis’s In a Silent Way and Bitches Brew. Here, he went deeper than before into overdubbing and studio effects territory…”

Miles Davis website

Roxy Music – live at the Paris Theatre in London, recorded for the BBC and broadcast on 16 September 1972

1. The Bob (Medley) (00:09)
2. The Bogus Man Part 2 (Grey Lagoons) (6:00)
3. Sea Breezes (10:54)
4. Virginia Plain (18:19)
5. Chance Meeting (22:15)
6. Re-Make/Re-Model (28:15)

Bryan Ferry – vocals, piano
Rik Kenton – bass
Andrew Mackay – oboe, saxophone
Brian Eno – VCS3 synthesizer, tape effects
Paul Thompson – drums
Phil Manzanera – guitar

Roxy Music website

Miles Davis – July 25th, 1969 at the Juan-les-Pins Jazz Fest

Milestones, Footprints, ‘Round Midnight

Miles Davis – trumpet
Wayne Shorter – tenor and soprano saxophones
Chick Corea – electric piano
Dave Holland – bass
Jack DeJohnette – drums

The Quintet performed twice at the Juan-les-Pins Festival, July 25 and 26. Columbia was on hand and recorded both shows, but so far only the July 25 concert has been released. Immediately after the second show the Quintet returned to the U.S. and resumed its busy touring schedule: Rutgers University Stadium, New Brunswick (July 27); Village Gate (July 29-August 10); Sheraton Park Hotel, French Lick (French Lick Jazz Festival) (July 31); The Spectrum, Philadelphia (August 15); Grant Park Theater, Chicago (August 22); Crosley Field, Cincinnati (Ohio Jazz Festival) (August 23); Shelly’s Manne-Hole, Los Angeles (September 9-21). – Miles Ahead session details

Miles Davis website