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John Coltrane - Tenor Sax McCoy Tyner - Piano Elvin Jones - Drums Rashied Ali - Drums Pharoah Sanders - Tenor Sax Jimmy Garrison - (Double) Bass. Engineer - Rudy Van Gelder Produced by Bob Thiele. Cover Design - Robert Flynn/Viceroy Cover And Liner Photos - Charles Shabacon Liner Design - Joe Lebow Liner Notes - Nat Hentoff.
Biography by William Ruhlmann. A titan of the 20th century, the saxophonist pioneered many of the jazz revolutions of the post-hard bop era.
June 8, 2018 In News. Featuring two previously unheard and unknown tracks. In an age where (seemingly) your every move is documented, it’s difficult to imagine an entire album getting ‘lost’, especially one by John Coltrane
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Om is a 1968 album by John Coltrane recorded in October 1965. Om refers to the sacred syllable in Hinduism, which symbolizes the infinite or the entire Universe. Coltrane described Om as the "first syllable, the primal word, the word of power"
An album of previously unheard original compositions by the legendary jazz saxophonist has been discovered 55 years after its recording. Sonny Rollins, a peer of Coltrane’s and also regarded as one of the greatest jazz saxophonists of all time, described the discovery as like finding a new room in the Great Pyramid. Among the seven tracks are two completely unheard original compositions, called Untitled Original 11383 and Untitled Original 11386, both of which are played on soprano saxophone
Kenny Burrell Golden Tracks. John Coltrane and Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane, Thelonious. John Coltrane The Classic Collaboration 1957-1963. Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane. Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane, Tommy Flanagan, Paul Chambers, Jimmy Cobb. 2018 Remastered 2018. John Coltrane plays John Coltrane. Dig It! The Red Garland Quintet.
John Coltrane maintained a successful career as a jazz saxophonist for about twenty-two years, during and after which he would be named as one of the most influential musicians in history. Coltrane worked with many of the major musicians you can name in his era like Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, McCoy Tyner, and many others . The album Giant Steps was recorded in 1959 and released in early 1960. It was the first album Coltrane recorded with Atlantic records and featured an amazing rhythm section consisting of Tommy Flanagan on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Art Taylor on drums. The album has many fast-paced tunes that keep your attention throughout and also make you wonder how someone can play the tenor saxophone like that. The ballad Naima is still considered one of his most beautiful compositions. He wrote it for his wife Juanita who he referred to as Naima
Written-By – John Coltrane. D1. Untitled Original 11386 (Take 2). Written-By – John Coltrane. D2. Untitled Original 11386 (Take 5). D3. One Up, One Down (Take 6). And why didn’t Coltrane assemble a new album from this session or include any of the tracks on his seven subsequent albums released before his untimely death. I’ll leave that judgment to the ears of all who listen to this music. Anything Coltrane recorded is worthy of our attention. I wonder, however, whether this album isn’t an example of clever, over-hyped marketing. Marketing into which I bought. Maybe Ravi Coltrane put it best, quoted by Ashley: To my ears, it was a kicking-the-tires kind of session. Reply See 3 replies Notify me 4 Helpful.
|B2||You Leave Me Breathless||7:21|
|B3||Soft Lights And Sweet Music||4:40|
|C2||I Want To Talk About You||9:45|
|D1||You Say You Care||6:15|
|D2||Theme From Ernie||5:00|
- Art Direction – Tony Lane
- Bass – Paul Chambers
- Drums – Arthur Taylor*
- Liner Notes – Michael S. Harper
- Photography By [Back] – Lee Friedlander
- Photography By [Front] – Bert Goldblatt*
- Piano – Red Garland
- Remastered By – Rudy Van Gelder
- Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane
NotesSide A & B previously released as Prestige 7123 "Traneing In"
Side C & D previously released as Prestige 7142 "Soultrane"
Comes in a gatefold sleeve
|PR 24003, P 24003||John Coltrane||John Coltrane (2xLP, Comp, RM)||Prestige, Prestige||PR 24003, P 24003||US||1972|
|PR 24003, PRST 24003||John Coltrane||John Coltrane (2xLP, Comp, RM)||Prestige, Prestige||PR 24003, PRST 24003||US||1972|
|PRCD-24003||John Coltrane||John Coltrane (CD, Comp, RM)||Prestige||PRCD-24003||US||2007|
|PR 24003, 24003||John Coltrane||John Coltrane (2xLP, Comp, RM)||Prestige, Prestige||PR 24003, 24003||US||1972|
|PR 24003||John Coltrane||John Coltrane (2xLP, Comp)||Prestige||PR 24003||France||1981|