All Blues: Ah, what a classic. This song has such an elegance to it - everything is so smooth and blends so well together. We did this song for a project in a class when I went to the Berklee 5 week program in '09, so now, unfortunately, when I hear the bass line, all I hear is "do, sol, la, sol, te, sol, la, sol, do..." which is annoying. That really has no effect on my feelings towards the song though. I love how subdued everything is - I like it nice and low like that. Another very sweet, but simple melody (Miles sure is good at those). Definitely a great track to wind down with.
Flamenco Sketches: I feel like I should be taking a bubble bath with candles all around listening to this song. Yes, that would most certainly be the appropriate setting. I love Coltrane's part on this track, it's quite lovely. I love the flow everything has to it as well - the chord progressions, though simple, really carry you through the track. Beautiful piano part, Mr. Evans, simply beautiful. This is a long tune, so I won't go into every detail. Listen.
Flamenco Sketches (alternate take): As said in the title, this is an alternate take of of the previous tune. New approaches to solos, melody, and what not. A very good track, and interesting to listen to the slight changes made throughout.