‘A microscope on everything before in jazz and everything that was happening then with all the protesting, the shootings, the beatings, the Black Panthers’ (Carlos Santana). Blistering… nearly all unreleased.
The more expensive vinyl is from Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab (and well worth it); the cheaper from Sundazed.
Thirty-one albums, including Flood and Direct Step, with a 200-page book.
180g, DMM, 45rpm vinyl from Doxy. But the way to go is definitely the slightly more expensive HQ-180 RTI pressing in a numbered edition from Sony.
Utterly monumental, it goes without saying, across time and genres.
With Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette, at the Antibes Jazz festival, and in Stockholm, and Berlin. Miles Runs The Voodoo Down, Nefertiti, Bitches Brew, Milestones, ‘Round Midnight…
A handful of LPs of his magnificent recent album. 180g. God, the artwork’s shite.
An awe-inspiring collection, including fifteen songs previously unreleased, from the early 60s. Just listen to the excerpt from his song about the racist murder of Emmett Till.