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Kind Of Blue

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After establishing that only the very first pressings between September and November 1959 have the wrong tracklist on Side 2, how does that fit with 1AA/1AA being a later pressing and the inner jacket also indicating a later six eye?

The source for this tape is a Columbia production master – moreover, it’s a flat master, hence unequalised and uncompressed – essentially a safety copy of the original stereo master. A follow up question: with the 1D/1A matrix, is or could the 1A be indicative of an earlier pressing compared to other mono promos you’ve seen or is more arbitrary than that? In late 1958, after some eight months, Bill Evans – the only white member of Miles’ group – left the lineup and was replaced by Wynton Kelly. DG, no CBS, label side 2: a) All Blues, b) flamenco Sketches; sleeve: Flamenco Sketches, All Blues, plastic bag inner. All users can see, edit, or delete their personal information at any time (except they cannot change their username).I think that it would be very useful and informative, so if anyone better informed than I wants to run with the idea, please go ahead! Columbia/Legacy say they are currently selling around 20,000 a year on vinyl, as part of the “vinyl revival – the record everyone should own”. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our site, provide personalised content and advertising, analyse our traffic, and ensure you see more of what you love. I’ve multiple versions of KOB on vinyl, CD and Hi Res I’m not home so cannot list them all at the minute but my favourite is the Analogue Productions UHQR Vinyl copy though I do still listen to other copies too for different reasons like the RSD Mono version and also the 1963 stereo version again for different reasons. The reels are elegantly machined in orange anodised aluminium, each engraved and painted with the text.

Perhaps the rarest copies are sitting on collectors shelves, not up for sale, but I saw far fewer than expected. In away, the story of Ben Webster's saxophone career is the story of jazz music itself through decades of experience. This 180-gram stunner pressed at Quality Record Pressings is nearly peerless as a Southern rock record.LJC: so 1G and 1H would be the 2nd cut from Santa Maria) “That way they could easily keep track of how many replacements were needed for each plant. While all labels may not have done this repress of promos, it may explain the discrepancy in the matrix numbers of the KOB you’ve mentioned, as well as the promos of Drew’s “Undercurrent” without a dg. The final track on CD Two is a mesmerizing 17-minute live concert version of “So What” (without Adderley, with Kelly), recorded in Holland, April 1960. Kind of Blue also benefited from Miles’ being signed to the leading major record company of the day — Columbia Records, a part of the CBS media conglomerate. Miles’ trumpet beautifully pierces though the mix but is soft and ambient at the same time, the reverb is spot-on, it sounds so natural: again, like the original, just far more real.

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