Miles Davis – E.S.P. [Stereo] (Impex Records Edition)
Remastered all-analog (AAA) from the original master tapes by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering.
Remastered from the original analog tapes by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering
Available for the first time on 180-gram vinyl
Faithfully reproduced jacket and labels
This inventive post-bop treasure finds Miles totally reenergized by the young talent of his second quintet. The album is a brilliantly excecuted exercise in tension and release! Includes "Eighty-One," "Little One" "R.J." "Agitation" "Iris" "Mood," and the title track.
This was the first time Wayne Shorter recorded with Miles, and the band — in this configuration — had been together for less than a year. As you will hear, the connection between the musicians is uncanny, as if they had been playing together for decades. Especially notice Wayne Shorter’s brilliant interplay with Miles on the closing track “Mood,” the haunting ballad written by bassist Ron Carter.
(Above description from AcousticSounds.com)
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