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Miles Davis Four & More 180g Vinyl LP Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab Numbered Limited Edition MFSL MoFi USA

Artist: Miles Davis
Title: 'Four' & More Recorded Live In Concert
Catalog Number: MFSL 1-376
Label: Columbia
Reissued by: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
Barcode: 821797137614
Edition: MFSL Miles Davis Restoration Series
Original release year: 1966
Reissue year: 2013
Number of discs: 1
Revolutions per minute: 33⅓ rpm
Disc size: 12"
Vinyl Weight Grade: 180gr
Limited Edition: Yes
Numbered Edition: Yes
Total Item Weight: 418gr
Pressing country: USA
For Market Release in: USA
Added to catalog on: September 7, 2014
Collection: MFSL Original Master Recording
Note: Never eligible for any further discounts
Vinyl Gourmet Club: No


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Four & More provides a rare insight into Miles Davis performing in the mid 60's spontaneously loose onstage, removed from the confines of the studio where he often led thematic concept based sessions, playing some stellar material that Miles would soon leave behind for a new experimentalism period. Stunning sound from this MFSL reissue!



Miles Davis MFSL MoFi 180g Vinyl Reissues



Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab Miles Davis Catalog Audiophile Restoration Series

Ultimate sound quality for some of the best music ever recorded!

  • Limited Edition
  • Numbered Edition
  • 180 grams High Definition Vinyl pressed at RTI USA
  • Half-Speed mastering on MFSL Gain 2 Ultra Analog System
  • Mastered by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
  • Cut from the Original Analog Master Tapes
  • Mastered by Krieg Wunderlich and Shawn Britton
  • Special Static Free & Dust Free Inner Sleeves
  • Deluxe heavy duty cover



Exhilarating and Immediate Live Set Documents One of Davis’ Final Excursions With a Program of Standards. Hear the Interior of Philharmonic Hall at New York’s Lincoln Center Come Alive, Mobile Fidelity’s Fastidious Reissue Illuminates Venue Acoustics, Musicians’ Phrasings and whirlwind Uptempo Pace Prodded by Tenor Saxophonist George Coleman and Drummer Tony Williams.

Given his gargantuan recorded output, Miles Davis seldom abandoned a conceptual vision in the studio, particularly after the turn of the 1960s. Which makes a live document such as Four & More all the more valuable for the manner in which it portrays the legendary trumpeter removed from thematic demands and interior confines, and instead letting loose onstage with a program of stellar material that he’d soon abandon in favor of experimentalism.

Part of Mobile Fidelity’s Miles Davis catalog restoration series, Four & More engages with electrifying speed and palpable punch, the effort now claiming vastly improved imaging, deeper soundstaging, and startling clarity. Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed at RTI, this unsurpassed analog edition teems with the urgency demonstrated by Davis and his band—notes flooding the listener with an attack only possible from sound featuring full frequency extension, tremendous spacing, and you-are-there immediacy.

Recorded on February 12, 1964 in Philharmonic Hall at New York’s Lincoln Center, Four & More bookends My Funny Valentine. Whereas the latter spotlights ballads, this thrilling souvenir is all about quick tempos, rushing solos, left-hook rhythms, and hard-bop grooves. Drawing largely on mid- and late-1950s material, Davis—accompanied by bassist Ron Carter, drummer Tony Williams, saxophonist George Coleman, and pianist Herbie Hancock—approaches standards such as “So What,” “Seven Steps to Heaven,” and “Four” with biting tenacity and furious passion, the individual themes racing by as the collective barges in to take rapid, punctuation-asserting solos.

Few, if any, live Davis performances match the hurricane-generating intensity and dynamic aggressiveness captured here. One reason for the vigor? Davis waived he and his musicians’ fees for the concert, taking place under the auspices of a political benefit, a decision that angered some of his sidemen. Whatever the cause, Hancock swings, Coleman flexes muscles, Carter bows instructive passages, and the 19-year-old phenom Williams throws down with breathtaking agility. Amidst the melodic tangents and galloping exchanges, the quintet retains gripping control, with eight-bar dialogues between the instrumentalists and positive vamps supplying cues and endings.

At last, these historic recordings are afforded the breathing room and acoustic perspective they’ve always deserved. For listeners that may be unfamiliar with this title, prepare to be blown away—literally and figuratively. Aficionados know what to expect on the music front, but Mobile Fidelity’s 180g LP reissue ratchets up the thrills by several levels. Don’t miss this gem.



Miles Davis, trumpet
George Coleman, tenor sax
Ron Carter, bass
Herbie Hancock, piano
Tony Williams, drums

Track Listing:

Side A:
1. So What
2. Walkin’
3. Joshua / Go-Go (Theme and Announcement)

Side B:
1. Four
2. Seven Steps to Heaven
3. There Is No Greater Love / Go-Go (Theme and Announcement)


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