This is a domestic Warner Bros. promo original pressing with the custom insert and a press kit. This is a Miles album from 1986 that features Miles working with the updated sounds of the era -- specifically synths and drum machines, enough to make a jazz purist puke. But the results are pretty good if you keep an open mind, and thirty plus years out I think the music has aged well. The sound is quite good for an '80s recording, maybe lacking the analog magic of something like Kind Of Blue but impressive in its own way. I'm a guy who enjoys hearing a legend like Miles trying to push forward, and that's exactly what's going on here.
Allmusic: "Davis is in top form and some of the selections (most notably the title cut) are quite memorable."
Cover: VG+ (light wear, promo stamp)
Play notes: Good sound and quiet vinyl
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