Agharta is an album recorded by jazz trumpeter Miles Davis in 1975. Both Agharta and Pangaea were recorded on the same day in Osaka, Japan. The Agharta concert took place during an afternoon matinée, whereas Pangaea was recorded in the evening.
On all versions of this release songs 1 and 2 on the second disc are mixed up, so track 1 (disc 2) really starts with "Theme From Jack Johnson" and "Interlude" is track 2. The song "Interlude" contains a version of the theme from "So What", a track from Davis's Kind of Blue (1959).
All compositions by Miles Davis.
The Japanese CD pressing indexes both "Prelude"s into one track, and the entire second disc is also indexed as one 60-minute track. This is also the index used on the 2009 CD release included in the Miles Davis: The Complete Columbia Album Collection box set, along with the original Japanese cover....