Kind of Blue - The #1 Jazz Album of all time - and for good reason. In addition to being a flat-out terrific album, it has one other unique characteristic. It works both as background music AND as music you can let yourself sink into it - or let it go back into the background. Pretty interesting.
Torn between this and Sketches of Spain as to which is the greatest Miles Davies album (and, in consequence, the greatest Jazz album of all time. For let us be under no illusions here, Miles is the King). I'll probably pin the other one as well just for balance.
This flat, titled “33 Kinds of Joys of Life”, has been thoughtfully designed to be as open and transparent as possible, avoiding barriers and bisecting walls wherever possible. The openness and immense amount of natural light allow for an interesting interior motif that’s surprisingly quite dark with calming tones of blue and grey.