Ex-Electric Flag drummer Buddy Miles' first four albums for Mercury Records, dating from 1968, 1969 and 1970. One side of 'Electric Church' was produced by Jimi Hendrix, who Miles first met in 1964. Them Changes' made the US Top 40, spending nearly 18 months on the charts. With the demise of The Experience, Hendrix formed Band of Gypsys with Miles on drums; however, this was fairly short-lived and Miles reformed the Express. Digitally remastered and slipcased
Ex-Electric Flag drummer Buddy Miles' first four albums for Mercury Records, dating from 1968, 1969 and 1970. One side of 'Electric Church' was produced by Jimi Hendrix, who Miles first met in 1964. Them Changes' made the US Top 40, spending nearly 18 months on the charts. With the demise of The Experience, Hendrix formed Band of Gypsys with Miles on drums; however, this was fairly short-lived and Miles reformed the Express. Digitally remastered and slipcased
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Expressway To Your Skull / Electric Church / Them
Artist: Buddy Miles Express
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Train
2. Let Your Lovelight Shine
3. Don't Mess With Cupid
4. Funky Mule
5. You're The One (That I Adore)
6. Wrap It Up
7. Spot On The Wall
8. Miss Lady
9. 69 Freedom Special
10. Cigarettes ; Coffee
11. Destructive Love
12. Texas
13. My Chant
14. Wrap It Up
15. Them Changes
16. I Still Love You, Anyway
17. Heart's Delight
18. Dreams
19. Down By The River
20. Memphis Train
21. Paul B. Allen, Omaha, Nebraska
22. Your Feeling Is Mine
23. Runaway Child (Little Miss Nothin')
24. Walking Down The Highway
25. Easy Greasy
26. We Got To Live Together
27. Take It Off Him And Put It On Me

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Ex-Electric Flag drummer Buddy Miles' first four albums for Mercury Records, dating from 1968, 1969 and 1970. One side of 'Electric Church' was produced by Jimi Hendrix, who Miles first met in 1964. Them Changes' made the US Top 40, spending nearly 18 months on the charts. With the demise of The Experience, Hendrix formed Band of Gypsys with Miles on drums; however, this was fairly short-lived and Miles reformed the Express. Digitally remastered and slipcased