Miles Davis ‎– Kind Of Blue

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Columbia ‎– CS 8163
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Tracklist

A1 So What
A2 Freddie Freeloader
A3 Blue In Green
B1 All Blues
B2 Flamenco Sketches

Credits

Notes

Recorded 02/03/1959 and 22/04/1959.

6-eye labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side A): XSM47326-1BC A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side B): XSM47327-1AJ

Other Versions (5 of 266) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CL 1355 Miles Davis Kind Of Blue(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia CL 1355 US 1959 Sell This Version
COL 064935 9, 0649359000 Miles Davis Kind Of Blue(SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Album, RE, RM) Columbia, Legacy COL 064935 9, 0649359000 Europe 2003 Sell This Version
CN 90887 Miles Davis Kind Of Blue(Hybrid, DualDisc, Album, RE, RM, Multichannel) Columbia, Legacy CN 90887 US 2004 Sell This Version
682 059 TL Miles Davis Kind Of Blue(LP, Album) Fontana 682 059 TL UK 1960 Sell This Version
PC 8163, KCS 8163 Miles Davis Kind Of Blue(LP, Album, RE) Columbia, Columbia PC 8163, KCS 8163 US 1977 Sell This Version

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pmaligaya

pmaligaya

June 20, 2016
It seems the 1959 stereo pressings of this album had so many label variations. I assume that whatever is closest to the label of the demo version (https://www.discogs.com/Miles-Davis-Kind-Of-Blue/release/5795305), with the tracks on Side B wrongly interchanged, but red in color instead of white, would be the earliest pressings. Some 1959 stereo pressings had the title "Kind of Blue" occupying one line only on both sides (like in the promo; I assume these are the earlier 1959 pressings), others had Side A with the title on two lines while Side B has it on one line but the track listing sequence corrected (like the one pictured on this page), while others have both sides with the title on two lines. If I'm going to spend a sizeable amount on a 1959 pressing, I might as well get an earlier one, in the original Columbia plastic inner sleeve. Any thoughts?
jdank.firth

jdank.firth

January 5, 2015

When I meet an Alien who just arrived on Earth.... i would play this album and say.... "Now this is what we call music" So proud to know and own this beautiful album!
TECK_1347

TECK_1347

January 8, 2014
the most of the world with the lovesexy album of prince and color in rythm stimulate mind freedom of ron trent!!! black music is better sorry for my english spoken i am french!
Laserdance

Laserdance

March 18, 2013

I have a copy of this.
But the A Side runout is XSM47326-1E, the B side runout is XSM47327-1K.
Other parts of the vinyl and sleeve is totally identical.
This is the first pressing?
kick_jazz

kick_jazz

October 26, 2011
Interesting .

In Vinyl1954´s comment I got a little confused when reading ; "t is best to use Columbia EQ curve on the photo stage" . What is photo stage ?
And what is the truth regarding the mentioned EQ-curves ?
Vinyl1954

Vinyl1954

May 14, 2010
edited over 7 years ago
This is one of the most renowned Jazz masterpieces.

However, as most of its original releases (not the later re-issues) were pressed with Columbia EQ curve, in order to hear the full glory of this LP, it is best to use Columbia EQ curve on the photo stage to replay it. If one uses the standard RIAA EQ curve to replay it, it's bass will sound fat and undefined, and the rich texture which was presented on the LP will be lost.