Recorded in two days in the summer of 1967 Nefertiti is Miles Davis' last fully acoustic album, with no compositions from Miles himself. Most tracks are written by Wayne Shorter & Herbie Hancock.
Best known for its unusual title track, where the horns keep repeating the melody and the rhythm section improvises (in stead of the other way around).
Whilst an acoustic album, it does signals Miles' transition from Bop to Jazz Fusion; a hint at the next albums Miles in the Sky and the critically acclaimed In A Silent Way. Rhythm section: Tony Williams & Ron Carter.
SIDE A1. NEFERTITI
3. HAND JIVE
SIDE B1. MADNESS