Rubberband: The Lost Album of Miles Davis

The famous American jazz musician is releasing a new record almost thirty years after his death. Titled Rubberband, it was recorded between October 1985 and January 1986 as his inaugural work with his (then) new record label, Warner Bros. It was immediately and inexplicably shelved, until now. In Rubberband, Miles introduces elements of funk and soul, new to his work, making this album unique. To top it off, the eleven tracks have been remastered by the original producers (apart from Davis, of course), Randy Hall and Zane Giles, and enriched with the voices of Lalah Hathaway, and Ledisi and Medina Johnson, among other singers.