Miles Davis: Volume 2 (Vinyl LP)
Blue Note Records
Limited vinyl LP repressing. Davis Volume 2 is the title of a Miles Davis album released by Blue Note Records. The recording was made at a point in Davis' life when he was struggling with heroin addiction, and in his autobiography Davis remembers that he, Jimmy Heath, and Art Blakey were all very high in the studio. Davis also states that the song title "C.T.A." was named after Heath's girlfriend Connie Theresa Ann. The twelve inch LP was originally released in 1956 (following Miles Davis Volume 1 after Davis won the Down Beat readers poll as best trumpeter. A Blue Note essential, this excellent vinyl repressing is part of the Blue Note 75 anniversary vinyl reissue campaign. Key to the initiative is high quality audio at affordable prices.
Take Off [Remastered], Weirdo [Remastered], Would'n You [Remastered], I Waited for You [Remastered], Ray's Idea [Alternate Take], Donna [Remastered], Well You Needn't [Remastered], The Leap [Remastered], Lazy Susan [Remastered], Tempus Fugit [Alternate Take], It Never Entered My Mind [Remastered]