John Coltrane - Coltrane Jazz





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AATL 1354
UPC: 081227980511
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Mastered by Bernie Grundman and pressed at RTI.

Released shortly after the groundbreaking Giant Steps, Coltrane Jazz features a number of takes from the "Naima" session, with Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb, as well as a track with Cedar Walton and Lex Humphries and an early outing by his newly formed quartet featuring pianist McCoy Tyner, Steve Davis and Elvin Jones. Coltrane Jazz captures the saxophonist during one of his interesting periods of change and includes some memorable original tunes.


Little Old Lady
Village Blues
My Shining Hour
Fifth House
Like Sonny
I'll Wait and Pray
Some Other Blues

Customer Reviews (4.67 Stars) 3 person(s) rated this product.

More giant steps

posted on 11/09/2018
5 Stars
Reviewer: Rumproller
The vinyl is 40 % off so it's a good deal. I will write about the music instead of the sonics because my stereo system is at an entry level and not high end. This is Trane's second Atlantic LP and the one that followed his label debut "Giant Steps." Four songs are originals & three are standards. Trane plays tenor but his tone sounds higher pitched to my ears as if he were playing a soprano saxophone, which he played on "My Favorite Things". This album sounds similar to Trane's collaboration with Don Cherry, "The Avant-garde." Anyone who likes melody will be disappointed. But Trane's playing is dazzling.

Great Sound and Performance

posted on 02/28/2012
4 Stars
Reviewer: Triodeotl
Coltrane Jazz has great sound and the music is so good, that you will be reaching for this album alot.

One of the best Coltrane Atlantics in my opinion. Flat pressing and even the cover is glossy. You'll be impressed at the askin price. Keep the coming Rhino.

Recommended highly! ++++

coltrane is inside speaker

posted on 12/11/2010
5 Stars
Sounds awesome! Coltrane is inside the speaker! Despite the current technology, I never heard anything with such quality as this recording. According to the booklet, the Atlantic recording is done without any processing, equalization, etc.. At that time there were no overduds, it was all recorded live! If someone does not like the vintage soundstage, it's better to burn all the best jazz recordings ever made and listen to Beyonce in DTS 7.1

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