Jazz LP Audiophile Recommendations

 Can someone recommend hi quality, audiophile jazz lps they've heard recently which had outstanding sonics?  I'm partial to classic jazz of the 50's, 60's, and 70's but would be willing to try something more recent.  I've had mixed results with some of the recent blue note purchases on 180G.  thanks.


Miles Davis - In A Silent Way

John Scofield - Hand Jive   Double LP on Blue Note.  Stunning sound.

Both available from Amazon.

The Necks "Vertigo" on vinyl.

You can get those ordered 

it's 2015 album that has vinyl version.

Many of their albums have only one 50min to hour-long track so they've been released on CD mostly.


If you can find a Vinyl Me Please box of 'Miles Davis - the Electric Years', those sound superb; many prefer them to the MoFi versions...

The Bill Evans trio albums are very well recorded. The music is not too bad either. 😉

@russellrcncom  I only have this on CD, but Gerry Mulligan - Dragonfly   Great list of artists helping out on this recording.  While the entire disc is great, the second track is a real stand out.  One of my go to selections when I want to let my system shine.  Cheers.

Shoji Yokouchi Trio “ Greensleeves”  outstanding performance and high resolution sound 

This pressed is better the One Step,MoFi,UHQR etc


I’ve “Blues for Tee”, “Midnight Sugar”, “Misty” and “Autumn in New York”.  All are Three Blind Mice and extraordinary.  XRCD and FIM are also quite good.

Best success in your search.