This show was 2nd in the global radioshow chart, 3rd in the global funk - soul - jazz chart, 3rd in the global eclectic chart and 4th in the global jazz chart.
It was such a simple concept. Producer Bob Belden was talking with Yusuf Gandhi about Miles' use of Indian instrumentation during The Complete On the Corner Sessions and wondered aloud what it would sound like if Indian musicians played Miles' music. The essence of jazz is improvisation and expression, and Miles always sought out highly individual players. The beauty of Miles from India is how the players from different cultures and backgrounds meet on Miles' turf with their individual voices completely intact. Miles from India is not only an amazing celebration of the music of Miles Davis, it's also a tribute to the way Miles and Teo Macero changed the way jazz music can be made.
This mix was broadcasted on www.nessradio.com