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  • Recorded in New York City, Rudy Van Gelder Studio, May 31, Similar to John Coltrane - Coltrane but with different pressing rings. 'G1' etching in side A runout indicates mastering by Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Carrollton, GA. 'T1' etching in side B runout indicates mastering by Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute.
  • Oct 30,  · Good début as leader. Here he utilizes a sextet, quartet and quintet, as well as switching between Red Garland and Mal Waldron on piano. It's accessible and enjoyable with a good tune selection that includes "Straight Street" and "Chronic Blues", two Coltrane originals that refer to his recovery from drug addiction/5(36).
  • Over the course of two crucial discs, The Major Works of John Coltrane compiles the saxophonist's most important extended free jazz pieces from This is the material that made Coltrane a giant of the avant-garde, completely casting off the limits of melody, 10/
  • Aug 31,  · Coltrane, John. John Coltrane: First Steps. Jazz Live Contains Coltrane's solos with Gillespie and Hodges. Coltrane, John. The Last Giant: John Coltrane Anthology. Rhino Contains air checks by Dizzy Gillespie's band with solos by Coltrane. Coltrane, John. Trane's First Ride First Broadcasts Vol. 2., Broadcast Tributes
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  • John Coltrane before “My Favorite Things” John William Coltrane was born on 23 September in Hamlet, North Carolina. Both of his parents were musicians: his mother was a church pianist and his father played violin (Hardy and Laing ). Both of his grandfathers were ordained ministers in the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church.
  • The notion of John Coltrane, preeminent jazz saxophonist, playing the lowly penny whistle will likely garner legions of skeptics. But the music speaks for itself as an undeniably absorbing listen. Hearing Coltrane adapt his formidable chops to the most modest of .
  • A towering musical figure of the 20th century, saxophonist John Coltrane reset the parameters of jazz during his decade as a leader. At the outset, he was a vigorous practitioner of hard bop, gaining prominence as a sideman for Miles Davis before setting out as a leader in , when he released Coltrane on Prestige and Blue Train on Blue Note. Coltrane quickly expanded his horizons.
  • Aug 09,  · LOS ANGELES -- An auto accident has claimed the life of John Coltrane Jr., son of the legendary jazz saxophonist and a promising young musician himself. Police said Coltrane.