That's what makes the album so great; they're all good.
I've been in love with this album since the first time I heard it. It all flows together so well and you can just put it on and not have to worry about skipping tracks. KoB is probably one of the best albums of all time, of any genre.
I don't want to sound like a snob here, but really it's best listened to in a complete sitting. IMO the 5th (and last) track Flamenco Sketches is the best. BTW if you do but it I'd suggest the 1997 re-issue. It's probably the best quality (first re-master on an original machine similar to those it was recorded on.) Plus it has a great alternative take on Flamenco Sketches and some nice liner notes from Robert Palmer plus the original liner notes from Bill Evans (the pianist), and some nice session pictures
Anyone else absolutely amazed by this Miles Davis album? I have been listening to it a ton lately. I think it is prolly my favorite album ever.
I have loved this album for a very very long time. When I wasa teenager I had never really listened to Jazz. I was wandering through the classical section and someone had left it there by accident. I took a chance and spent the $10 on it.
I've been a huge Jazz and Miles Davis fan ever scince.