Written-By – R. Carter
Written-By – M. Davis, R. Carter
Written-By – R. Carter
Written-By – W. Shorter
Written-By – H. Hancock
Written-By – M. Davis
Written-By – M. Davis, W. Shorter
|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|
|CS 9150, PC 9150, CL 2350||Miles Davis||E.S.P. (LP, Album, RE)||Columbia, Columbia, Columbia||CS 9150, PC 9150, CL 2350||US||Unknown|
|PC 9150, CL 2350||Miles Davis||E.S.P. (LP, Album, RE)||Columbia, Columbia||PC 9150, CL 2350||US||1973|
|SICP 826||Miles Davis||E.S.P. (CD, Album, RE)||Sony Records Int'l||SICP 826||Japan||2005|
- Bass – Ronald Carter
- Drums – Tony Williams
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Bob Cato
- Piano – Herb Hancock
- Producer – Irving Townsend
- Tenor Saxophone – Wayne Shorter
- Text By [Poem] – Ralph J. Gleason
- Trumpet – Miles Davis
Originally released in 1965 (Category CL-2350 mono/CS-9150 stereo).
This is a stereo release and must have been released after the Carrollton plant's closure in 1991.
Miles Davis - E.S.P. has exactly the same sleeve and runouts, but a different label design.
Category appears as PC 9150 on spine and front sleeve and labels, but also as 9150 on rear sleeve.
On rear sleeve:
An "abstract and impressionistic " poem by Ralph J. Gleason ("Miles.....Musings").
The selections - Musical Frontiers Pub. Co., Inc. (BMI) except where noted - are followed by their publishers and timings
A3: Hancock Music Co. (BMI)
A4: Ronald Carter Music Co. (BMI)
® "Columbia", [One-Eye-Symbol] Marcas Reg. Printed in U.S.A
On label rim:
"Columbia" Reg. U.S. Pat & Tm. Off. Marca Registrada
- Matrix / Runout (Vinyl label side A): XSM 79818
- Matrix / Runout (Vinyl label side B): XSM 79819
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, Runout A, etched):
XSM 7981̷8 - G2C GI A
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, Runout B, etched):
XSM 79819· G2F
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, Runout A, etched):
XSM 7981̷8 - G2C GI
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, Runout B, etched):
XSM 79819· G2F 2
- Pressed By – MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville
- Published By – Musical Frontiers Pub. Co., Inc.
- Published By – Hancock Music Company
- Published By – Ronald Carter Music Co.
- Mastered At – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
- Mastered At – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Carrollton, GA
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