Miles Davis - Kind of Blue

Ranked No. 13 in Rolling Stone's  500 Greatest Albums Of All Time. "This painterly masterpiece is one of the most important, influential, and popular albums in jazz."

"This is a remarkable album. Using very simple but effective devices, Miles has constructed an album of extreme beauty and sensitivity. This is not to say that this LP is a simple one - far from it. What is remarkable is that the men have done so much with the stark, skeletal material." - Down Beat, 1959


1. So What
2. Freddie Freeloader
3. Blue In Green
4. All Blues
5. Flamenco Sketches

Customer Reviews (4.67 Stars) 6 person(s) rated this product.

I love This Pressing

posted on 05/18/2022
5 Stars
Reviewer: Big-J
I have this pressing, the UHQR, and the 50th Anniversary. The Legacy is the one I play the most. The UHQR is nice, but I do not think it sounds better than the Legacy. The 50th anniversary I mainly bought for the DVD and the record came warped, though it has flattened now. For the money, the Legacy is a great buy and pressing. Highly recommended.

Best vinyl version yet

posted on 06/13/2012
5 Stars
Reviewer: jeff
I almost bought the 200 gm pressing but the several complaints on pressing quality scared me off. Maybe just as well - this pressing is amazing! This is one of those recordings that deserves the utmost respect, and it sounds like that happened. I have the SACD and this pressing is competitive with it, with the added warmth and dimension inherent to vinyl. I've pre-ordered the Mofi pressing and I'm sure it will be great, too, as most of theirs are, but this pressing will be hard to beat.


posted on 02/06/2012
5 Stars
The 2011 Legacy Kevin Gray mastered, RTI pressed reissue is f***king great! Enough said.

Great album, poor mastering?

posted on 05/10/2011
3 Stars
Reviewer: CB
This album, as one might imagine, is a staple in the Jazz portfolio. This particular pressing has sporadic audio impurities. The lead in to So What, and else where present a distortion of sorts that is most displeasing. I have been told it is on select copies, and not necessarily related to pressing or label, as I have heard the Legacy (my copy) and the more expensive 200g Classic Records version present this concern. Replacement copy soon to arrive, we shall see.

Excellent Pressing great value

posted on 04/16/2011
5 Stars
Reviewer: Rich
Great pressing quality. The surface is dead quiet. I just played it without cleaning with only a carbon brush sweep. Bass is there, piano is lifelike and the horns are crisp . I have the legacy CD and this 180 gram version is better. The packaging is only average. The outer sleeve is thin and the seems are flimsy, but the inner sleeve is a quality poly material. The disc is heavy, clean, and flawless. There is no information about the source material so it may be digital source, but the sound to my ears is fine. I bought this version due to the many quality control issues posted about the classic records 200 gram version. The RTI pressing 180 HQ (listed on a sticker) is fine quality. If it is digitally sourced then so be it, I recommend it. My equipment is modest. I have a Pioneer PL 670 with a shure RXT6 using a Mx97e stylus running through a Carver amp and Klipsch Heresy. This record makes my system sound audiophile! I hear obvious no hiss and can hear the gentle drum brushes.

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