That's What Happened: Live in Germany 1987

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That’s What Happened: Live in Germany 1987 is a 98-minute DVD by Miles Davis, comprising a concert and interview, recorded in Munich, West Germany, in 1987.[1]

A review in JazzTimes describes the music, mostly taken from his studio albums You're Under Arrest and Tutu, as typical of Davis in the last part of his career, playing "exhilarating, highly charged funk jams, dark and mysterious blues and syrupy sweet, empty-calorie schmaltz".[2]

The concert was recorded on July 18, 1987, at the Gasteig Philharmonie, Munich.[3] TV Director: János Darvas for ZDF

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No.TitleLength
1."Medley (One Phone Call; Street Scenes; That’s What Happened)" 
2."New Blues" 
3."Human Nature" 
4."Tutu" 
5."Time After Time" 
6."Portia" 

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