Someday My Prince Will Come (album)

Someday My Prince Will Come (Album)

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Someday My Prince Will Come is a studio album by Miles Davis, recorded in March 1961 in New York City.

The album garnered significant critical acclaim, with reviewers praising Davis' precision playing and expansive lyricism. While the liner notes credit the Miles Davis Sextet, only the title track featured six players, with John Coltrane joining the Miles Davis Quintet, which is featured on the bulk of the record. It marked the last time Davis would record with Coltrane and drummer Philly Joe Jones and was the only Davis Quintet studio session to feature saxophonist Hank Mobley.

Track listing

All tracks written by Miles Davis unless otherwise noted.

Side one

  1. "Someday My Prince Will Come" <small>(Frank Churchill)</small> – 9:04
    • <small>Larry Morey wrote lyrics for this song, but this recording is instrumental.</small>
  2. "Old Folks" <small>(Willard Robison)</small> – 5:14
    • <small>Dedette Lee Hill wrote lyrics for this song, but this recording is instrumental.</small>
  3. "Pfrancing" – 8:31


Side two

  1. <li value="4"> "Drad-Dog" – 4:29
  2. "Teo" – 9:34 (in reference to Teo Macero)
  3. "I Thought About You" <small>(Jimmy Van Heusen)</small> – 4:53
    • <small>Johnny Mercer wrote lyrics for this song, but this recording is instrumental.</small>


CD reissues include "Blues No. 2" and...
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