This is a beautiful domestic Columbia original pressing (2A/2A stampers) with absolutely incredible sound and quiet vinyl. Threw this one on in the middle of a listening session and there was no chance of getting any more work done until it was finished. It demanded my attention and I was happy to provide! When Herbie hits that little opening run on the electric piano, it was already clear I was dealing with an exceptional copy and I gave in. All of the elements sound wonderful here but special mention of the bass in warranted. It's simply monumental, the kind of low end power that you can feel through the floor. This adventurous music is absolutely kicked up a few levels when you have a killer pressing, and listening to this one was nothing short of a TRIP.
Allmusic: "With the 1968 album Miles In The Sky, Miles Davis explicitly pushed his second great quintet away from conventional jazz, pushing them toward the jazz-rock hybrid that would later become known as fusion"
Cover: VG+ (really nice with tiny corner dings)
Play notes: A truly killer copy with stunning sound and quiet vinyl