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<br>Miles Davis - Seven Steps to Heaven  <p>Our Shootout Winner from 2006</p>




Miles Davis - Seven Steps to Heaven

Our Shootout Winner from 2006


A distinguished member of the Better Records Jazz Hall of Fame.

This Original Miles Davis record has DEMO DISC QUALITY SOUND! I have never heard Miles Davis’ trumpet sound more real. The sound is as good as it gets. Columbia jazz records from this period are some of the best sounding jazz records ever made, and this is a perfect example of what is right with their recordings. The sound is rich, full, sweet, tonally right on the money, and lively as can be.

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Sku # : davisseven_2006
Manufacturer : Columbia Records
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This is an interesting album because half of it is recorded in Hollywood and half of it in New York, with the songs in each location interpersed on the sides. Victor Feldman handles the piano duties in California; Herbie Hancock in New York. I actually prefer Victor Feldman's playing on this record. We don't get to hear his piano work often -- he's really quite good. (Cal Tjader started out on the drums but it's tough to find records with him drumming.)

Anyway, one of the thoughts that occurred to me when I was playing this record is Why is there no audiophile reissue on any label that sounds like this? There's something about the sound of these old records, these original pressings, that's impossible to recapture with modern equipment. It may not be impossible, but until somebody manages to do it, it might as well be.

When you drop the needle at the beginning of side one and hear Miles' muted trumpet come jumping out of your speakers, I guarantee you will be amazed or your money back!

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