On August 29, 1970, Miles Davis was at the Isle of Wight Festival. Miles was preceded by Joni Mitchell, in particular, and followed by Ten Years After, Emerson Lake & Palmer, The Doors, The Who, Melanie, and Sly & The Family Stone. Instead of a Fender Rhodes, Chick Corea was given a Hohner Electrapiano and Keith Jarrett an electric organ, a RMI Electrapiano. Just as he was going on stage, Miles was asked what he was going to play. He answered, “Call it anything.” As in all of his concerts, it was pretty much a potpourri: none of his usual standards were on the program except for “The Theme” that concluded the concert. The only others were the opening number “Directions,” “It’s About That Time” (from In A Silent Way), “Bitches Brew,” “Sanctuary,” and “Spanish Key” (from Bitches Brew). All Miles had to do was to play the first notes of a phrase and the rest of the band would immediately take it up. The new saxophonist Gary Bartz highlighted Miles’ affinity with Ornette Coleman. Airto Moreira dwelt in this jungle of sound as though he himself were part of some kind of wild animal delegation.