Miles Davis first album with his most long-lived quintet. Originally released in 1965, E.S.P. found Davis with Wayne Shorter on Tenor, Herbie Hancock on keys, Ron Carter on double bass, and Tony Williams on drums for what would be widely considered his second great quintet. This is the first studio recording of the group and clocking in at over 48 minutes, is one of the longest jazz albums from the era. Includes the classics "Little One," "RJ," "Agitation," and more. Deluxe 180 gram pressing housed in numbered sleeve. Edition of 3000.
- 180 gram vinyl pressing
- first audiophile reissue using all-tube / analog mastering
- lacquer cut at Bernie Grundman Mastering
- numbered edition of 3000
- music label: Columbia 1965 / Impex Records 2014
reviewed by Le Gato 03/2016
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