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Performer: Buddy Miles
Genre: Funk
Title: Them Changes
Country: Germany
Released: 1970
Style: Funk
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Alto Saxophone – Robert Pittman Arranged By – Buddy Miles, The Freedom ExpressBass, Bass – Billy CoxDrums, Vocals – Buddy MilesOrgan – Bob ParkinsRhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar – Wally RossunoloTenor Saxophone – James Tatum (2)Trumpet – Teddy BlandinWritten-By – B. Miles. 6338 016. Buddy Miles. Them Changes ‎(LP, Album).

In 1970, after the Buddy Miles Express split up, Miles began a collaboration with Hendrix and bassist Billy Cox. Together, they formed Band of Gypsys, producing one self-titled live album before disbanding. Later in 1970, while recording the album We Got To Live Together, Buddy Miles learned of the death of Hendrix, which he mentions on the inner cover of the album. Released in 1971, We Got To Live Together was produced by Miles and Robin McBride. It comprises five songs, including the instrumental "Easy Greasy". When the Buddy Miles Band released its live album, it again included "Them Changes", which had become Miles' signature song. The song was released a fourth time on a live record Miles recorded with Carlos Santana. In 1973, Miles recorded an album with The Gun's Adrian Gurvitz called Chapter VII.

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Buddy Miles is one of the most underrated musicians that have ever played with any musical giant. He has played with Santana and Jimi Hendrix. But he also had a solo career in which he did exceptional work. This greatest hits CD presents most of his talents that he recorded under the mercury label. 3. '69 Freedom Special' is another song Jimi Hendrix produced, this song gives you an idea how solid of a foundation Buddy Miles' drumming can b. /5. Texas' this is a slower more bluesy song than the others, that can really suck you i. Them Changes' is a song from another pretty good Miles album with the same title (Them changes). It's a fast paced soul song that again showcases Miles' talent.

45 Buddy Miles & The Freedom Express - Spot On The Wall, Them Changes. BUDDY MILES We Got to Live Together. Album · 1970 · Jazz Related RnB. js. Because of his work with Jimi Hendrix, Buddy Miles will always have a place in pop history, but it’s a real shame he is not being remembered as the leader of one of the hottest RnB/rock bands in the early 70s.

Released in 1970, it helped to define and explore the fusion of rock and funk music. He was basically a powerful rock drummer who had a fine rhythm & blues oriented voice; the combination of which made his sound versatile and unique. The title song is the first track and sets the tone of the album. Old band mate Billy Cox is on hand to lay down some nice bass lines which compliment his dominating drumming. The rock guitar runs counterpoint to the funkiness of the supporting brass. Them Changes is a fitting epitaph for Buddy Miles. The classic cover of a young Miles just sitting behind his drum set is the way I want to remember him. It spent a deserved year and a half on the American Billboard charts and remains a fitting legacy of one of rock’s powerhouses.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Them Changes
Arranged By – The Freedom ExpressProducer – Robin McBrideWritten-By, Arranged By – B. Miles*
3:00
B Spot On The Wall
Producer – Lou ReiznerWritten-By – B. Miles*, H. Rich*
3:30

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Mercury Record Productions, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Mercury Record Productions, Inc.
  • Published By – MRC Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Miles Ahead Music
  • Published By – Three Bridges Music, Inc.
  • Pressed By – Mercury Record Manufacturing Company

Notes

Side B: From Mercury album "Expressway To Your Skull" SR-61196

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (A): BMI
  • Rights Society (B): ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 1-46043
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 1-43256
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): 46043-1-1-1 MR
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): 43256-1-1-1 MR

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
6052 009 Buddy Miles And The Freedom Express Buddy Miles And The Freedom Express - Them Changes ‎(7", Single, Mono) Mercury 6052 009 Germany 1970
6052 056 Buddy Miles Them Changes / We Got To Live Together ‎(7") Mercury 6052 056 Italy 1976
73228 Buddy Miles Them Changes ‎(7") Mercury 73228 US 1971
6052 056 Buddy Miles Them Changes / We Got To Live Together ‎(7", Single, Mono) Mercury 6052 056 Greece Unknown
73228 Buddy Miles Them Changes ‎(7", Single) Mercury 73228 US 1971