UPDATE: Rubberband is out now. Listen to the record below.
A lost Miles Davis album named Rubberband is set to be released in September. The LP was recorded in 1985 in Los Angeles’ Ameraycan Studios and produced by Randy Hall and Zane Giles.
A press release from the time of the recording noted that, “the musical direction Davis was taking during the sessions marked a radical departure, with the inclusion of funk and soul grooves [and] with plans to feature guest vocalists Al Jarreau and Chaka Khan.”
After 30 years, Rhino Records will be releasing the lost album Miles Davis album Rubberband to the public.
The album was put on hold when Davis went on to record Tutu. However, after 30 years Rhino Records will be releasing the lost album to the public for the very first time.
The LP has been completed by the original producers Hall and Giles along with Davis’ nephew, who played drums on the original recording sessions for the album. The work is set to be released September 6th – mark it in the calendars and check out the tracklist below.
01. Rubberband Of Life (feat. Ledisi)
02. This Is It
04. So Emotional (feat. Lalah Hathaway)
05. Give It Up
07. Carnival Time
08. I Love What We Make Together (feat. Randy Hall)
09. See I See
10. Echoes In Time/The Wrinkle