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Tutu

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The controversial but memorable Tutu is mostly a duet between Miles Davis and the many overdubbed instruments of producer Marcus Miller (although violinist Michal Urbaniak, percussionist Paulinho da Costa, and keyboardist George Duke are among the other musicians making brief apperaances). Certainly the results are not all that spontaneous, but Davis is in top form and some of the selections (most notably the title cut) are quite memorable. ~ Scott Yanow

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1
Tutu 00:05:18

BILL SCHNEE, Mixer - Tommy Lipuma, Executive Producer - Eric Calvi, Engineer - Miles Davis, Trumpet, MainArtist - Jason Miles, Synthesizer Programmer - MARCUS MILLER, Producer, Arranger, Writer, Synthesizer Programmer, All Additional Instruments - Paulinho Da Costa, Percussion - Erik Zobler, Engineer - ADAM HOLZMAN, Synthesizer Programmer - PETER DOELL, Engineer

1986 Warner Records Inc. 1986 Warner Records Inc.

2
Tomaas 00:05:40

Bernard Wright, Synthesizer - Tommy Lipuma, Producer - Eric Calvi, Mixer, Engineer - OMAR HAKIM, Drums - Miles Davis, Trumpet, Writer, MainArtist - MARCUS MILLER, Producer, Arranger, Writer - PETER DOELL, Engineer

1986 Warner Records Inc. 1986 Warner Records Inc.

3
Portia 00:06:22

BILL SCHNEE, Mixer - Tommy Lipuma, Producer - Eric Calvi, Engineer - Miles Davis, Trumpet, MainArtist - Jason Miles, Programmer - MARCUS MILLER, Composer, Producer, Arranger, Instrumentation - Paulinho Da Costa, Percussion

1986 Warner Records Inc. 1986 Warner Records Inc.

4
Splatch 00:04:48

BILL SCHNEE, Mixer - Tommy Lipuma, Producer - Eric Calvi, Engineer - Miles Davis, MainArtist - MARCUS MILLER, Producer, Arranger, Writer - Paulinho Da Costa, Percussion - ADAM HOLZMAN, Solo Synthesizer - STEVE Reid, Additional Percussion

1986 Warner Records Inc. 1986 Warner Records Inc.

5
Backyard Ritual 00:04:52

Tommy Lipuma, Producer - Miles Davis, Trumpet, MainArtist - MARCUS MILLER, Producer, Bass Guitar, Percussion - Paulinho Da Costa, Percussion - Erik Zobler, Mixer, Engineer - George Duke, Producer, Arranger, Writer, Instrumentation

1986 Warner Records Inc. 1986 Warner Records Inc.

6
Perfect Way 00:04:38

David Gamson, Writer - Tommy Lipuma, Producer - Eric Calvi, Mixer, Engineer - Miles Davis, Trumpet, MainArtist - Green Gartside, Writer - Jason Miles, Programmer - MARCUS MILLER, Producer, Arranger, Instrumentation

1986 Warner Records Inc. 1986 Warner Records Inc.

7
Don't Lose Your Mind 00:05:53

Bernard Wright, Synthesizer - Tommy Lipuma, Producer - Eric Calvi, Engineer - Miles Davis, Trumpet, MainArtist - MARCUS MILLER, Producer, Arranger, Writer, Instrumentation - PETER DOELL, Engineer - Michael Urbaniak, Electric Violin

1986 Warner Records Inc. 1986 Warner Records Inc.

8
Full Nelson 00:05:12

Tommy Lipuma, Producer - Eric Calvi, Engineer - Miles Davis, Trumpet, MainArtist - Jason Miles, Programmer - MARCUS MILLER, Producer, Arranger, Writer - PETER DOELL, Engineer

1986 Warner Records Inc. 1986 Warner Records Inc.

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The controversial but memorable Tutu is mostly a duet between Miles Davis and the many overdubbed instruments of producer Marcus Miller (although violinist Michal Urbaniak, percussionist Paulinho da Costa, and keyboardist George Duke are among the other musicians making brief apperaances). Certainly the results are not all that spontaneous, but Davis is in top form and some of the selections (most notably the title cut) are quite memorable. ~ Scott Yanow

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