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Miles Davis - Agharta = アガルタの凱歌 MP3
Performer: Miles Davis
Title: Agharta = アガルタの凱歌
Label: CBS/Sony
Country: Japan
Released: 1975
Style: Fusion, Jazz-Funk, Jazz-Rock
Cat: SOPJ 92~93, SOPJ 92-93
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2720 mb | MP3 size: 2720 mb | WMA size: 1201 mb
Genre: Jazz

1Prelude (Part 2) / Maiysha
Written-By – Miles Davis
2Theme From Jack Johnson
Written-By – Miles Davis
3Prelude (Part 1)
Written-By – Miles Davis
Written-By – Miles Davis


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CBS 88 159, CBS 88159Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album)CBS, CBSCBS 88 159, CBS 88159Europe1975
S 88159, S 80984, S 80985Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat)CBS, CBS, CBSS 88159, S 80984, S 80985Spain1976
SRCS 9128~9, SRCS9128-9Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)Sony Records, Sony RecordsSRCS 9128~9, SRCS9128-9Japan1996
C2K 46799Miles Davis Agharta ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM, RP)Columbia, LegacyC2K 46799USUnknown
SKPQ-17Miles Davis = マイルズ・デイビス Miles Davis = マイルズ・デイビス - Agharta = アガルタの凱歌 ‎(Cass, Album)CBS/SonySKPQ-17Japan1975


  • ArtworkTadanori Yokoo
  • Bass [Fender]Michael Henderson
  • Congas, Percussion, Drum [Water Drum], Drum Machine [Rhythm Box]Mtume
  • Directed By [CBS/Sony Production Direction]Keiichi Nakamura
  • DrumsAl Foster
  • EngineerTomoo Suzuki
  • Engineer [Assistant]Mitsuru Kasai, Takaaki Amano
  • GuitarReggie Lucas
  • Guitar, Synthesizer, PercussionPete Cosey
  • Photography ByShigeo Anzai, Tadayuki Naitoh
  • ProducerTeo Macero
  • Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, FluteSonny Fortune
  • Trumpet, Organ, Composed ByMiles Davis


Recorded live at Osaka Festival Hall, Japan, February 1st, 1975.

℗ 1975 CBS/SONY Inc. (Tokyo Japan)/Manufactured by CBS/SONY Inc. (Tokyo Japan)/SONY ®Sony Corp./PN SO (KP)

Gatefold sleeve.
Includes eight-page booklet with photos and Japanese liner notes.


  • Matrix / Runout: SOPJ-92A1 1 A 8
  • Matrix / Runout: SOPJ-92B1 1 A 6
  • Matrix / Runout: SOPJ-93A2 1 B 9
  • Matrix / Runout: SOPJ-93B1 1 A 1
  • Other (Category Disc 1): SOPJ 92
  • Other (Category Disc 2): SOPJ 93


  • Manufactured By – CBS/Sony Inc.


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Comments (1)
This is being added to multiple releases so hopefully more people can see it. I’ve been on here for 5 ½ years but not until now have I felt the need to post. About a month ago I purchased an Agharta reissue [MOVLP134]. Let me first say I have been a fan of Music On Vinyl for quite some time. I own +10 of their releases but for the sake of this post I’ll limit it to just my Miles Davis copies; Get Up With It [MOVLP1513] and Black Beauty [MOVLP1427]. All three of the MOV releases I own sound great on my system. The music is well balanced and there is hardly any surface noise during the quieter sections. While the artwork is limited to just a gatefold and even though they don’t come with any inserts it is still a very worthwhile and affordable purchase of ~$25 per 2 LP set. (Collector’s Choice will still have them if you’re lucky)

I was able to purchase a local copy of the Pangaea reissue [4M810DLP]. I was not impressed by the 4 Men With Beards release. The sound was somewhat flat compared to the MOV releases. In the end, that’s what it’s all about, so if you’re in the market for a cheaper reissue I would suggest you seek out MOV instead of 4MWB.

After reading multiple posts by anothermansvinyl I decided I would put his comments to the test so I purchased original copies from Japan of Agharta [SOPJ 92~93] and Pangaea [SOPZ 96~97]. These arrived quickly and in nearly flawless condition. I then took them to my parents who have a PX-950 receiver and Klipsch speakers. I don’t recall their turntable model but it’s at the same level as their receiver and speakers. We compared sections of Agharta and Pangaea between the OP and reissues in a ‘blind listen test’. As anothermansvinyl pointed out, the OP are top notch. The sound is so rich and deep and you can definitely pick up on the subtle background music during the busy parts. These are easily in my top 5 for all around quality of all albums I own (~160). However, the MOV sounded great on their system it was just a little quieter overall. While it wasn’t as impressive as the OP, unless you have a keen ear and/or an advanced receiver/speakers/turntable system then you may not really care about these differences. My system isn’t as nice as theirs so the differences weren’t as pronounced but again, I was able to pick out the OP every time.

In the end I’d agree with anothermansvinyl. If you truly want to appreciate the music for what it is and invest in albums that will only go up in value, you should really splurge and get the OP for Agharta, Pangaea and even Dark Magus (I’m working on that right now). At the same time, I would also highly recommend Music On Vinyl releases for those who don't consider the packaging and/or subtleties some of the OP contain to be worth twice the price.