Label: Analogue Productions – AAPJ 8851 (Columbia CS 8456) – AAA 100% Analogue
Mastered By Ryan K Smith at Sterling Sound –
AAA 100% Analogue – Columbia CS 8851 – Limited Edition – Pressed at QRP
A fantastic-sounding album. Mastered by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound, and pressed on 200-gram vinyl by the best in the business, Quality Record Pressings. An old-style tip-on jacket by Stoughton Printing makes this one a jewel for your LP collection.
A beautiful addition to the Davis canon. Recorded over the course of three days in April 1961, Someday My Prince Will Come showcases Miles’ second great rhythm section, here at the absolute peak of their telepathic interplay. Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb were as tight a unit as any ever formed, grooving so successfully that they went on to leave Miles and form the Wynton Kelly trio. Someday My Prince Will Come also includes some positively blistering solos from guest John Coltrane in his final recording with Miles. And Hank Mobley offers up some beautiful bluesy solos.
This is a beautifully redone album, originally released in 1961. Mastered by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound, the pressing is on 200-gram vinyl by Quality Record Pressings, comes in a heavyweight tip-on jacket from Stoughton Printing. Excellent!
“…the most detailed, dynamic, and transparent version of this music that I have ever heard. All of the emotion of Davis’ horn comes through in ballads, such as the title cut, and details such as the squeak of a chair or the spit on the sax’s reed are revealed with an increased clarity.” – My Vinyl Review, July 26, 2010
This album is a cross-over from Kind Of Blue, which is known for the typical Miles Davis tunes, to traditional pop-standards such as the eponymous title track from “Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs”.
Originally released in 1961.
Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound.