The greatest jazz album of all time
By star wars fan75251
There isn’t much to say about this album that hasn’t already been said. This was the album that got me into one of my favorite genres of music: jazz, and I have to give it credit not only for that but also for the genius compositions on here.
1. So what (10/10)
2. Freddie freeloader (9.5/10)
3. Blue in green (10/10)
4. All blues (9.5/10)
5. Flamenco sketches (10/10)
HORRIBLE QUALITY RECORDING of a great album
I love this album and I own it in many forms. This particular recording is so bad you can practically hear your drunk uncle putting the LP on the turntable. There’s a scratchy quality to the recording and an ever present hiss. Buy Kind of Blue in ANY OTHER FORM, ANY OTHER MIX. Do not buy this particular version. Even at $6.99 it’s heartbreaking that they’re ruining Miles Davis, his musical companions and all their great work.
Best album ever
Just amazing. If I were stranded on a desert island this is the one I would bring.
Get the whole album now!
By Al Tilley The Bum
If you’re looking for peaceful music to listen to while studying or relaxing, you can’t go wrong with Miles Davis. I just bought this in honor of Jimmy Cobb who just passed away at age 91. He was the drummer of Davis’ sextet. I’d say this is a must have.
By Cesar Lisboa Apple
This is a Master Piece; brings you deeper inside of your souls.
Davis at his finest
By LOOK! A REVIEW
One of the most influential albums of jazz
The album is a classic. The End (P.S. the album sounds awesome on vinyl)
This is a fantastic album! Definitely worth the listen and EVEN BETTER if you can get it on vinyl!
The God of All Jazz Albums
By Philosopher Blue in Green
Davis and Coltrane are nothing less than perfect in Blue in Green.
A perfect album.
That's it. What more is there to say?