Crackin' bargain, as the cheapest (for example) you can buy "Someday My Prince Will Come" is £5.99 from what I can find.
These are the three individual CD's in their cases, as if you were buying them seperately and come in a cardboard slopcase.
Few musicians have managed to change the course of music--trumpeter Miles Davis did it several times. An early disciple of Charlie Parker, Davis created an austere, understated approach that became the model for cool. His superb albums in the 1950s made him a star, and in the following decade, he brought small-group jazz to the limit before he unapologetically (and, for some, unforgivably) took on jazz-rock. After a break, he re-emerged in the '80s with a mixture of pop and dense, bristling funk. All the while, his refusal to follow anyone but his own muse made him both a hero and an enigma--either way, he was one of the most magnetic, influential figures in American music.
1. Dr Jekyll
2. Sid's Ahead
3. Two Bass Hit
5. Billy Boy
6. Straight No Chaser
1. Someday My Prince Will Come - Miles Davis Sextet (The)
2. Old Folks - Miles Davis Sextet (The)
3. Pfancing - Miles Davis Sextet (The)
4. Drad Dog - Miles Davis Sextet (The)
5. Teo - Miles Davis Sextet (The)
6. I Thought About You - Miles Davis Sextet (The)
7. Blues No 2 [bonus track] - Miles Davis Sextet (The)
8. Someday My Prince Will Come [alt. take/bonus track] - Miles Davis Sextet (The)
1. My Funny Valentine
2. All Of You
3. Stella By Starlight
4. All Blues
5. I Thought About You