Miles Davis - Young Man With A Horn - 1952 Blue Note Jazz Mono 6 Trk 10" EP

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Miles Davis - Young Man With A Horn

Label: Blue Note
Cat#: BLP 5013
Series: Blue Note Records 75th Anniversary Vinyl Initiative, Modern Jazz Series
Format: Vinyl, LP, 10", Album, Reissue, Mono
Country: US
Released: 27 Oct 2014
Genre: Jazz
Style: Bop


A1 Dear Old Stockholm 4:13
A2 Would'n You 3:24
A3 Yesterdays 3:45

B1 Chance It 3:04
B2 Donna 3:13
B3 How Deep Is The Ocean 4:41

Pressed By – United Record Pressing


Alto Saxophone – Jackie McLean
Bass – Oscar Pettiford
Drums – Kenny Clarke
Mastered By – Bernie Grundman, Chris Bellman
Photography – Burt Goldblatt
Piano – "Gil" Coggins
Trombone – Jay Jay Johnson
Trumpet – Miles Davis

Young Man with a Horn (BLP 5013) is a 10 inch mono LP by jazz trumpeter Miles Davis recorded and released by the Blue Note label in 1952. It was Davis' only official album recorded or released that year,

at a time in his career while he was struggling with heroin addiction. This was the first of three 10"LPs recorded by Davis for Blue Note in the early 1950s. Davis says in autobiography that his contract for Prestige Records, for whom he had recorded his first LP the year before, was non-exclusive, but elsewhere he states the initial Prestige contract was for only one year.

All cuts were initially issued as singles except "How Deep Is the Ocean".
The recordings were re-released on 12 inch LPs in 1956 after Davis won the Down Beat readers poll as best trumpeter.

The original master takes were split and merged with Davis' two other sessions for Blue Note (Miles Davis Volume 1 and Volume 2).

This is first rate Miles..
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Condition New
Format 10"
Label Blue Note Records
Artist Miles Davis