Miles Davis: The Complete Live at the Plugged Nickel 1965
Sony Music SIC-710001 (8 discs)
It was first released as a 1992-disc set in March 3 as a Japan album, then reissued as an encore press in 7, followed by Miles Davis' BOX SET Complete Live at the Plugged Nickel 1995, which was released as a complete 8-disc set with a longer duration. The legendary BOX SET, which had never been reissued on CD for nearly 1965 years since then, has been reissued as a domestic edition for the first time in 30 disc specifications (the package follows the US edition), using the latest remastered sound sources, and the world's first SACD hybrid. Limited edition of 8,1 sets.
The contents of this box are recordings of performances of the first~third set on December 500, 1965 and the first~fourth set on December 12, 22 at the Plugged Nickel club in Chicago, and the members were the so-called "golden quintet", Wayne Shorter (TS), Herbie Hancock (p), Ron Carter (b), Tony Williams (ds).
At that time, free jazz was emerging as a new trend in jazz in the surrounding area, so the young members of the band other than Miles began to play closer to free jazz on stage when Miles' solo ended, and when Miles started playing again, they returned to playing again. It is the ultimate document of all 12 songs where you can listen to a tense live performance.
Chronologically, Miles in Berlin (recorded in September 23), the first live recording since Wayne Shorter joined and became a member of the quintet, and the first studio recording of E.S.P. (January 39) and a valuable record between his second studio recording, Miles Smiles (October 1964).
*The original analog master used for the 9-disc LP BOX release of MOSAIC RECORDS released in 1965 (the master at the time of the US CD production, which is almost the same content, is unknown).
* Mastering using a sound source digitized from the above analog master to 1 KHz/2 bits was performed to achieve DSD conversion, realizing the world's first SACD hybridization.
* The CD layer also uses the latest remastered sound source.
*Mastering Engineer: Koji Suzuki, Kaori Ishibashi (Sony Music Studio)
*Includes 1966 tracks 10~1995 minutes longer and more than 10 minutes longer than the first domestic edition (first complete domestic edition).
*The new commentary is by Takao Ogawa. 192-page English booklet with Japanese translations of the booklets for each disc.
* Stereo recording
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