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''Panthalassa: The Music of Music/MilesDavis 1969-1974'' is a 1998 album by Bill Laswell. Working from the premise that Davis' fusion albums were themselves heavily studio-edited, Laswell secured access to the original master tapes and recut the music himself. Laswell aimed to create a more coherently-structured work, remixing the recordings to bring influential rhythm elements to the fore. Averting TheyChangedItNowItSucks, ''Panthalassa'' met a mostly positive response.

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''Panthalassa: The Music of Music/MilesDavis 1969-1974'' is a 1998 album by Bill Laswell. Working from the premise that Davis' fusion albums were themselves heavily studio-edited, Laswell secured access to the original master tapes and [[RemixAlbum recut the music himself.himself]]. Laswell aimed to create a more coherently-structured work, remixing the recordings to bring influential rhythm elements to the fore. Averting TheyChangedItNowItSucks, ''Panthalassa'' met a mostly positive response.



* RearrangeTheSong: Rearranging the originals is the entire album concept, and arguably part of the originals' as well.

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* RearrangeTheSong: RemixAlbum: Rearranging the originals is the entire album concept, and arguably part of the originals' as well.concept.


* CutSong: The latter parts of "Black Satin / What If / Agharta Prelude Dub" are comprised from earlier cut sound.
** CallForward: "Agharta Prelude Dub", to the LiveAlbum ''Agharta''


'''Panthalassa: The Music of Music/MilesDavis 1969-1974''' is a 1998 album by Bill Laswell. Working from the premise that Davis' fusion albums were themselves heavily studio-edited, Laswell secured access to the original master tapes and recut the music himself. Laswell aimed to create a more coherently-structured work, remixing the recordings to bring influential rhythm elements to the fore. Averting TheyChangedItNowItSucks, ''Panthalassa'' met a mostly positive response.

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'''Panthalassa: ''Panthalassa: The Music of Music/MilesDavis 1969-1974''' 1969-1974'' is a 1998 album by Bill Laswell. Working from the premise that Davis' fusion albums were themselves heavily studio-edited, Laswell secured access to the original master tapes and recut the music himself. Laswell aimed to create a more coherently-structured work, remixing the recordings to bring influential rhythm elements to the fore. Averting TheyChangedItNowItSucks, ''Panthalassa'' met a mostly positive response.


* {{Instrumentals}}

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* {{Instrumentals}}{{Instrumentals}}: All tracks.
* OneWordTitle: "Panthalassa".


* IdiosyncraticAlbumTheming: The album title corresponds with Davis' LiveAlbum themeng - where "Agharta" and "Pangaea" denoted mythological continents, "Panthalassa" is named after the ocean of the same mythology.

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* IdiosyncraticAlbumTheming: The album title corresponds with Davis' LiveAlbum themeng theming - where "Agharta" and "Pangaea" denoted mythological continents, "Panthalassa" is named after the ocean of the same mythology.


''Panthalassa: The Music of Music/MilesDavis 1969-1974'' is a 1998 album by Bill Laswell. Working from the premise that Davis' fusion albums were themselves heavily studio-edited, Laswell secured access to the original master tapes and recut the music himself. Laswell aimed to create a more coherently-structured work, remixing the recordings to bring influential rhythm elements to the fore. Averting TheyChangedItNowItSucks, ''Panthalassa'' met a mostly positive response.

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''Panthalassa: '''Panthalassa: The Music of Music/MilesDavis 1969-1974'' 1969-1974''' is a 1998 album by Bill Laswell. Working from the premise that Davis' fusion albums were themselves heavily studio-edited, Laswell secured access to the original master tapes and recut the music himself. Laswell aimed to create a more coherently-structured work, remixing the recordings to bring influential rhythm elements to the fore. Averting TheyChangedItNowItSucks, ''Panthalassa'' met a mostly positive response.



* [[Main/{{Ambient}} Ambient Music]]: Davis' ''Get Up With It'' was famously described as ''"music to fill a room"'', and Laswell plays up this aspect of the music for all it's worth, turning up tablas and electronic instrumentation where possible.

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* [[Main/{{Ambient}} Ambient Music]]: Davis' ''Get "Get Up With It'' It" was famously described as ''"music to fill a room"'', and Laswell plays up this aspect of the music for all it's worth, turning up tablas and electronic instrumentation where possible.



* HeterosexualLifePartners: "He Loved Him Madly". The original piece was Miles' tribute to then-recently diseased Duke Ellington.
* IdiosyncraticAlbumTheming: The album title corresponds with Davis' LiveAlbum themeng - where ''Agharta'' and ''Pangaea'' denoted mythological continents, ''Panthalassa'' is named after the ocean of the same mythology.

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* HeterosexualLifePartners: "He Loved Him Madly". The original piece was Miles' tribute to then-recently diseased Duke Ellington.
Music/DukeEllington.
* IdiosyncraticAlbumTheming: The album title corresponds with Davis' LiveAlbum themeng - where ''Agharta'' "Agharta" and ''Pangaea'' "Pangaea" denoted mythological continents, ''Panthalassa'' "Panthalassa" is named after the ocean of the same mythology.



* TheStoic: ''In A Silent Way'', ''Shhh/Peaceful''.
* VaguenessIsComing: ''It's About That Time''.
* XMakesAnythingCool: For instance: naming an instrumental track ''Rated X''.

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* TheStoic: ''In "In A Silent Way'', ''Shhh/Peaceful''.
Way", "Shhh/Peaceful".
* VaguenessIsComing: ''It's "It's About That Time''.Time".
* XMakesAnythingCool: For instance: naming an instrumental track ''Rated X''."Rated X".
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!! Black Satin tropes

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!!Tracklist:
# "In a Silent Way / Shhh/Peaceful / It's About That Time" - 15:20
# "Black Satin / What If / Agharta Prelude Dub" - 16:06
# "Rated X / Billy Preston" - 14:34
# "He Loved Him Madly" - 13:38

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!! Black Satin tropestropes:



* CutSong: The latter parts of "Black Satin/What If/Agharta Prelude Dub" are comprised from earlier cut sound.
** CallForward: ''"Agharta Prelude Dub"'', to the LiveAlbum ''Agharta''

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* CutSong: The latter parts of "Black Satin/What If/Agharta Satin / What If / Agharta Prelude Dub" are comprised from earlier cut sound.
** CallForward: ''"Agharta "Agharta Prelude Dub"'', Dub", to the LiveAlbum ''Agharta''



* HeterosexualLifePartners: ''He Loved Him Madly''.

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* HeterosexualLifePartners: ''He "He Loved Him Madly''. Madly". The original piece was Miles' tribute to then-recently diseased Duke Ellington.


* CompilationAlbum

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* CompilationAlbumCompilationRerelease


* [[Main/{{Ambient}} Ambient Music]]: Davis' ''Get Up With It'' was famously described as "music to fill a room", and Laswell plays up this aspect of the music for all it's worth, turning up tablas and electronic instrumentation where possible.

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* [[Main/{{Ambient}} Ambient Music]]: Davis' ''Get Up With It'' was famously described as "music ''"music to fill a room", room"'', and Laswell plays up this aspect of the music for all it's worth, turning up tablas and electronic instrumentation where possible.



** CallForward: "Agharta Prelude Dub", to the LiveAlbum ''Agharta''

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** CallForward: "Agharta ''"Agharta Prelude Dub", Dub"'', to the LiveAlbum ''Agharta''



* IdiosyncraticAlbumTheming: The album title corresponds with Davis' LiveAlbum themeng - where ''Agharta'' and ''Pangaea'' denoted mythological continents, ''Panthalassa'' is named for the ocean of the same mythology.

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* IdiosyncraticAlbumTheming: The album title corresponds with Davis' LiveAlbum themeng - where ''Agharta'' and ''Pangaea'' denoted mythological continents, ''Panthalassa'' is named for after the ocean of the same mythology.



* XMakesAnythingCool: Like naming an instrumental track ''Rated X''.

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* XMakesAnythingCool: Like For instance: naming an instrumental track ''Rated X''.


!!The album demonstrates the following tropes:

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!!The album demonstrates the following tropes:!! Black Satin tropes



* CompilationAlbum



* HeterosexualLifePartners: ''He Loved Him Madly''.



* RearrangeTheSong: Rearranging the originals is the entire album concept, and arguably part of the originals' as well.

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* RearrangeTheSong: Rearranging the originals is the entire album concept, and arguably part of the originals' as well.well.
* ShoutOut: The album title references Panthalassa, the vast global ocean that surrounded the supercontinent Pangaea during the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras.
* TheStoic: ''In A Silent Way'', ''Shhh/Peaceful''.
* VaguenessIsComing: ''It's About That Time''.
* XMakesAnythingCool: Like naming an instrumental track ''Rated X''.

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''Panthalassa: The Music of [[Music/MilesDavis]] 1969-1974'' is a 1998 album by Bill Laswell. Working from the premise that Davis' fusion albums were themselves heavily studio-edited, Laswell secured access to the original master tapes and recut the music himself. Laswell aimed to create a more coherently-structured work, remixing the recordings to bring influential rhythm elements to the fore. Averting TheyChangedItNowItSucks, ''Panthalassa'' met a mostly positive response.

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''Panthalassa: The Music of [[Music/MilesDavis]] Music/MilesDavis 1969-1974'' is a 1998 album by Bill Laswell. Working from the premise that Davis' fusion albums were themselves heavily studio-edited, Laswell secured access to the original master tapes and recut the music himself. Laswell aimed to create a more coherently-structured work, remixing the recordings to bring influential rhythm elements to the fore. Averting TheyChangedItNowItSucks, ''Panthalassa'' met a mostly positive response.



* IdiosynchraticAlbumTheming: The album title corresponds with Davis' LiveAlbum themeng - where ''Agharta'' and ''Pangaea'' denoted mythological continents, ''Panthalassa'' is named for the ocean of the same mythology.

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* IdiosynchraticAlbumTheming: IdiosyncraticAlbumTheming: The album title corresponds with Davis' LiveAlbum themeng - where ''Agharta'' and ''Pangaea'' denoted mythological continents, ''Panthalassa'' is named for the ocean of the same mythology.

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''Panthalassa: The Music of [[Music/MilesDavis]] 1969-1974'' is a 1998 album by Bill Laswell. Working from the premise that Davis' fusion albums were themselves heavily studio-edited, Laswell secured access to the original master tapes and recut the music himself. Laswell aimed to create a more coherently-structured work, remixing the recordings to bring influential rhythm elements to the fore. Averting TheyChangedItNowItSucks, ''Panthalassa'' met a mostly positive response.

!!The album demonstrates the following tropes:
* [[Main/{{Ambient}} Ambient Music]]: Davis' ''Get Up With It'' was famously described as "music to fill a room", and Laswell plays up this aspect of the music for all it's worth, turning up tablas and electronic instrumentation where possible.
* CutSong: The latter parts of "Black Satin/What If/Agharta Prelude Dub" are comprised from earlier cut sound.
** CallForward: "Agharta Prelude Dub", to the LiveAlbum ''Agharta''
* EpicRocking: Even vastly shortened [[CharacterizationTags Fusion!Miles]] is still very lengthy. The album consists of four fifteen-minute tracks.
* IdiosynchraticAlbumTheming: The album title corresponds with Davis' LiveAlbum themeng - where ''Agharta'' and ''Pangaea'' denoted mythological continents, ''Panthalassa'' is named for the ocean of the same mythology.
* {{Instrumentals}}
* RearrangeTheSong: Rearranging the originals is the entire album concept, and arguably part of the originals' as well.

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