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Miles Davis - E.S.P. album flac Performer: Miles Davis
Title: E.S.P.
Released: 1965
Country: US
MP3 album: 1281 mb
FLAC album: 1292 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Genre: Jazz

is an album by Miles Davis, released on August 16, 1965 by Columbia Records. Miles Davis – trumpet. Wayne Shorter – tenor saxophone. Herbie Hancock – piano. Ron Carter – double bass. Tony Williams – drums. Irving Townsend – producer. Bob Cato – cover photography.

but with different labels: there plain red labels with black lettering on the center and white lettering on rim, here red labels with black lettering on the center and yellow lettering on the rim. Publishing companies: A1, A2, B1 to B3: Musical Frontiers Pub. C. Inc. (BMI) A3: Hancock Music Co. (BMI) A4: Ronald Carter Music Co. (BMI).

This is the last time that Frances appeared on the cover of a Miles Davis album. Everything was going wrong with the couple, and they painfully separated at the end of 1965. In terms of music, however, things couldn’t have been better. Since Wayne Shorter’s arrival, the five members of the quintet seemed to communicate by mental telepathy, inspiring the title . extra sensory perception).

Eighty-One Ron Carter, Miles Davis January 21, 1965 6:11. 3. Little One Herbie Hancock January 21, 1965 7:21. Ron Carter January 20, 1965 3:56. 1. Agitation Miles Davis January 22, 1965 7:46. 2. Iris Wayne Shorter January 22, 1965 8:29. Mood Ron Carter, Miles Davis January 22, 1965 8:50.

is a post bop music album recording by MILES DAVIS released in 1965 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes MILES DAVIS .

Miles Davis (tp) Wayne Shorter (ts) Herbie Hancock (p) Ron Carter (b) Tony Williams (d) recorded Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA, January 2-3, 1965. Miles second quintet strongly influenced by Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock. 1965 was a watershed, ushering in the post bop era: letting go the prettiness of Kind of Blue, redefining the new cool: restless pace, jagged lines, darker colourings, bitter rather than sweet melodic changes, a more free attitude.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 E.S.P.
Written-By – Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter
A2 Eighty-One
Written-By – Miles Davis, Ron Carter
A3 Little One
Written-By – Herbie Hancock
A4 R.J.
Written-By – Ron Carter
B1 Agitation
Written-By – Miles Davis
B2 Iris
Written-By – Wayne Shorter
B3 Mood
Written-By – Ron Carter

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Musical Frontiers Pub. Co., Inc.
  • Published By – Hancock Music Company
  • Published By – Ronald Carter Music Co.


  • Bass – Ron Carter
  • Drums – Anthony Williams
  • Liner Notes – Ralph J. Gleason
  • Photography [Cover Photo] – Bob Cato
  • Piano – Herbie Hancock
  • Producer – Irving Townsend
  • Tenor Saxophone – Wayne Shorter
  • Trumpet – Miles Davis


Red Columbia 2-Eye label with "360 SOUND STEREO" White text.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Side 1): XSM 79818
  • Other (Side 2): XSM 79819
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, Stamped): XSM-79818-1C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, Stamped): ○ XSM 79819 1A
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Other (Imprint rear cover bottom right): A

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CS 9150 Miles Davis E.S.P. ‎(LP, Album) Columbia CS 9150 US 1965
CK 65683 Miles Davis E.S.P. ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Columbia, Legacy CK 65683 US 1998
PC 9150, CL 2350 Miles Davis E.S.P. ‎(LP, Album) Columbia, Columbia PC 9150, CL 2350 US 1973
SICP 826 Miles Davis E.S.P. ‎(CD, Album) Sony Records Int'l SICP 826 Japan 2005
CSCS 5148 Miles Davis E. S. P. ‎(CD, Album, RE) CBS/Sony CSCS 5148 Japan 1990