Miles Davis – Someday My Prince Will Come


Weight 0,8 kg

Analogue Productions

Catalog number

AAPJ 8456




180 Gram Vinyl Record

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  • Mastered from the original analog tape by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound

Praise for our 45 RPM version

“…The Analogue Productions sound is visceral and crisp in the best sense, and the quiet pressings ensure that no musical detail is even mildly obscured…with these 45 RPM LPs, if your system is up to the task, you’ll hear boundless high-frequency reach and lavish dynamic nuance and harmonic delicacy.” – Marc Mickelson, The Audio Beat, December 2010

“…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

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 180-gram vinyl and comes in a heavyweight tip-on jacket from Stoughton Printing. Excellent!

Miles Davis, trumpet
Paul Chambers, bass
Jimmy Cobb, drums
John Coltrane, saxophone (tenor)
Philly Joe Jones, drums
Wynton Kelly, piano
Hank Mobley, saxophone (tenor)

  • Someday My Prince Will Come
  • Old Folks
  • Pfrancing
  • Drad Dog
  • Teo
  • I Thought About You
  • Blues No. 2
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