The 1965 release E.S.P. is often referred to as the first album of Miles Davis's second great quintet. The young guns in the quintet are superb, with Miles being pushed in new directions by Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams. E.S.P. is post-bop excursion into mostly modal songs with Miles, Wayne and Herbie playing interlocking melodies that they improvise and fracture into something new. All compositions are originals by various band members. Mastered using all analog master tapes. All tube mastering by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman's Studio. Limited edition of 3,000.