Miles Davis
Sorcerer = 180g 45RPM 2LP = MOFI

  2 x LP   180grs   45rpm     Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed at RTI 

( 1967 ) 2014 US MOFI reissue on on Numbered Limited Edition 180g 45RPM 2LP= 1967 Post-Bop Classic the Third of Five Albums from Miles’ Prized Second Quintet. Mastered from the Original Master Tapes: Sorcerer Has Never Sounded More Dynamic, Present, Warm,

Label:  Mobiel Fidelity Sound Lab 
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Release date: 27-11-2014 (Originally released in 1967)

2014 US MOFI reissue on on Numbered Limited Edition 180g 45RPM 2LP= 1967 Post-Bop Classic the Third of Five Albums from Miles’ Prized Second Quintet. Mastered from the Original Master Tapes: Sorcerer Has Never Sounded More Dynamic, Present, Warm, or Tonally Rich

Mood, Inflection, and Nuance Take Center Stage on Compositions Steeped in Sophisticated Expressionism

Tracks:
A1. Prince of Darkness
A2. Pee Wee

B1. Masqualero
B2. The Sorcerer

C1. Limbo
C2. Vonetta

D. Nothing Like You

Filled with aural magic and enchanting musical spells, Sorcerer is true to its name. The third of five albums devised by Miles Davis’ legendary second quintet—and the second record in a still-unprecedented string of eight consecutive releases within a four-year period that forever changed the face of jazz—the 1967 magnum opus mesmerizes with instrumental colors, subdued musings, and subtle details. These crucial characteristics blossom with vibrant realism on Mobile Fidelity’s definitive 45RPM pressing.

Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed on 180g 45RPM vinyl at RTI, this collectable audiophile edition of Sorcerer joins the ranks of eleven other essential Davis records given supreme sonic and packaging treatment by Mobile Fidelity. Longtime listeners will immediately recognize a wealth of information and depth of tonality unavailable on prior versions. The myriad shadings, interwoven textures, and relaxed nuances that tie the post-bop set’s warm compositions together are rendered with utmost realism.

This is a reference-standard reissue. You’ll hear poetic lyricism pouring out of Wayne Shorter’s horn, the breadth and definition of the notes spreading across an enormous soundstage. Never before have drummer Tony Williams’ rim shots ricocheted with such purpose or his light percussive work mirrored that of a feather touching skin. Similarly, Herbie Hancock’s piano runs now occupy their own space, where their relationship to the central rhythms and front line becomes clearer.

Prizing inflection and nuance more so than heady solos or uptempo flights, Sorcerer mesmerizes with cerebral properties and cascades of emotional interplay. Such beauty emerges in the mellow ballad “Pee Wee,” an indelible statement of restrained authority and sophisticated expression. The swirling title track unfolds as jazz shadowplay, Hancock, Shorter, and Williams mirroring one another’s moves with guile and purpose. The opening “Prince of Darkness” showcases the ensemble’s reach and communication, every musician going in seemingly different directions yet ending up on the same page.

A lasting example of Davis’ visionary insight, Sorcerer is comprised entirely of pieces written by his band mates. Indeed, save for the closing “Nothing Like You”—a brief tribute to Davis’ eventual wife, who also graces the cover, recorded in 1962 and adorned with vocals from Bob Dorough—the album represents a further maturation and refinement of a quintet that stands as one of the finest in jazz history. Mobile Fidelity is proud to give the record the treatment it’s long deserved.

Discs: 2
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 45
Extra info: Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed at RTI
Label: Mobiel Fidelity Sound Lab
Originally released: 1967
This release: 2014
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