10 Essential Jazz Fusion Albums

While the blending of jazz and rock aesthetics had started years before, the 1970s was the golden age of fusion. Here are 10 albums that rocked jazz to its foundations.   Miles Davis, Bitches Brew (Columbia, 1970) Fusion didn’t start with Bitches Brew, but for many listeners, it gets no better. Armed with a few

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