|2.||"Eighty One" (6:13)|
|1.||"Little One" (7:21)|
Originally out on the timeless Columbia label in 1965, Miles Davis' ESP album is considered by many of his fans to be one of the man's most underrated works. Most people cite Miles Ahead, 'Round About Midnight, or Kind Of Blue as his definitive LPs, but Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab have come through utterly correct in reissuing this sublime piece of music. This was in Davis' hard-bop era, and this is clear from the opening "ESP" track itself, a fast-paced, frenetic ride across the man's own sax wizardry, and a bustling, energetic percussion roll. Other favourites on here include the pensive sway of the gorgeous "Little One", the quirky ups and downs of "Agitation", and the deep, emotive 8-minute wonder that is "Mood". Unmissable.
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