Yuko Mabuchi Plays Miles Davis took the jazz world by storm when it was initially released, winning NativeDSDs coveted Jazz Album of the Year and pleasing audiences and critics alike. Advances in SonoruS Holographic Imaging technology enabled engineers Steve Hoffman, Bob Attiyeh and Arian Jansen to remaster this album in honor of Yarlungs 15th Anniversary. Bob Levi, chairman of LAOCAS, wrote of the original Oh my! Mabuchi, Breton, Atkins and JJ Kirkpatrick, the wicked internationally acclaimed trumpet player. Yuko Mabuchi Plays Miles Davis is much better than superb. It is historic! I listened to this concert performance over and over. It is compelling. It is lively. It is at times explosive. It is always original and filled with intensely new musical ideas from many old Miles favorites. Yuko Mabuchi plays so powerfully and rhythmically, like she owns this music, feels this music, believes this music. I could go cut by cut, but you understand if you like extraordinary jazz. This is the real deal. Bob Levi, and the societys new president Mike Wechsberg, were so happy with the new 15th Anniversary version that they asked for the album to be branded with the Society logo. Levi continues This is Attiyehs best jazz recording effort to date. Van Gelder would have approved. The warmth and weight of the instruments are so real, so right. Yuko Mabuchi Plays Miles Davis has become an audiophile jazz lovers reference. It is audiophile gold.