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John Coltrane/John Coltrane Quartet/Red Garland: Complete Recordings with Red Garland

Audio Samples

>Violets for Your Furs
>Time Was
>I Hear a Rhapsody
>You Leave Me Breathless
>Bass Blues
>Soft Lightd and Sweet Music
>Traneing In
>Slow Dance
>Russian Lullaby
>Theme for Ernie
>You Say You Care
>Good Bait
>I Want to Talk About You
>Rise and Shine
>I See Your Face Before Me
>If There is Someone Lovelier Than You
>Little Melonae
>By the Numbers
>Bahia
>Goldsboro Express
>Time After Time
>Trane's Slow Blues
>Slowtrane
>Like Someone in Love
>I Love You

Track List

>Violets for Your Furs
>Time Was
>I Hear a Rhapsody
>You Leave Me Breathless
>Bass Blues
>Soft Lightd and Sweet Music
>Traneing In
>Slow Dance
>Russian Lullaby
>Theme for Ernie
>You Say You Care
>Good Bait
>I Want to Talk About You
>Rise and Shine
>I See Your Face Before Me
>If There is Someone Lovelier Than You
>Little Melonae
>By the Numbers
>Bahia
>Goldsboro Express
>Time After Time
>Trane's Slow Blues
>Slowtrane
>Like Someone in Love
>I Love You

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

Three CD set. The seminal quartet recordings compiled on this collection were made during a transitional period in John Coltrane's musical career. He had first joined the Miles Davis Quintet in 1955 and would form his own celebrated quartet with McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison and Elvin Jones in 1960. In the intervening years, he overcame his narcotics addiction and began to expand on his own musical ideas while experimenting with both the Thelonious Monk Quartet and the Miles Davis Sextet (featuring Bill Evans and Cannonball Adderley). Although Trane belonged to both the Miles Davis and Thelonious Monk groups, he also recorded studio sessions with other musicians and presented his own albums during this period. Among them were many quartet sides, all of them featuring Red Garland on piano and Paul Chambers on bass (both of whom he had known from the Miles Davis Quintet). 25 tracks Essential Jazz Classics.

Album Notes

Personnel: John Coltrane (tenor saxophone); Red Garland (piano); Albert "Tootie" Heath, Art Taylor (drums).

Liner Note Author: Martha Lane.

Recording information: Hackensack, NJ (02/07/1958); Hackensack, NJ (03/26/1958); Hackensack, NJ (05/31/1957); Hackensack, NJ (08/16/1957); Hackensack, NJ (08/23/1957); Hackensack, NJ (12/26/1958).



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