Hey, Mr. or Ms. 2-Star-Corbett. Consider the possibility that maybe this just isn't your thing. I have been exposed to the likes of Davis and Coltrane; in fact, one of my dear friends is a glorious jazz trumpet player who makes certain I have ample exposure. I'm a huge music fan but to be honest, jazz really isn't my thing. I recognize and appreciate how much influence the likes of Davis, Coltrane, Ellington, etc. have had on music and people's lives, but it's never done it for me. Still, I'm not so closed-minded as to tell some who is considering buying one of their CDs that perhaps "their money is better spent elsewhere," simply because it doesn't take me to the same place it takes you.
Those who enjoy post-Pink Floyd/Beatles psychedelia, those who can identify and appreciate innovative guitar geniuses or those who merely like more soothing yet dangerous soundscapes will invariably be intrigued by this album. So save your high-horse for the world you know something about, classic jazz. I'll do you the same favor by not telling young, potential Miles fans not to pay any heed to that chaotic, rackety horn player.