Miles Davis Sextet - Someday My Prince Will Come - 1961 Jazz - Audiophile HQ Mono - Sealed 180 Grm LP

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Miles Davis - Sextet Someday My Prince Will Come

Label: Columbia – CL 1656
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono, Reissue, 180g


Features the same sticker as the Record Store Day edition.
180-gram Audiophile Vinyl


Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Mono, 180g
Lacquer Cut At – Cohearent Audio

Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed at RTI ( Record Technology Incorporated)

Lacquer Cut By, Remastered By – KPG

Country: US
Released: 20 Apr 2013
Genre: Jazz
Style: Hard Bop, Modal

A1 Someday My Prince Will Come 9:06
A2 Old Folks 5:16
A3 Pfrancing 8:32

B1 Drad-Dog 4:30
B2 Teo 9:35
B3 I Thought About You 4:30

Bass – Paul Chambers
Drums – Jimmy Cobb
Piano – Wynton Kelly
Producer – Teo Macero
Saxophone [Tenor] – Hank Mobley, John Coltrane
Trumpet – Miles Davis

In my humble opinion, this is one of the finest albums that Miles Davis ever did. It's one of the most sublime and beautiful recordings in Miles' catalogue..

, I'm glad Columbia elected to go with the Mobley-Coltrane incongruity on the original release. It's Coltrane's entrance on the title tune that elevates the proceedings which follow to the level of another Miles masterpiece. Through much of the ensuing music Mobley provides the earthy warmth to counteract Miles' steely Harmon-muted tones and poignant coldness, whereas Coltrane's is the only horn that could follow Miles on "Teo," a Flamenco, or Mid-Eastern, modal number on which the trumpeter revisits his upper-register cadenza work from "Sketches of Spain."

it showcased every aspect of Miles’ shining work.
Beginning with the masterful first rate title track, the official track set concludes on other memorable songs ..

like his upbeat version of Old Folks, Pfrancing (aka No Blues), Drag Dog

More Information
Condition New
Format LP, 180 Gram
Label Columbia
Artist Miles Davis
Color Black