Crescent is a 1964 studio album by American jazz musician John Coltrane, released by Impulse! as A-66. “John Coltrane’s Crescent from the spring of 1964 is an epic album, showing his meditative side that would [More]
“FIRST-HAND EXPERIENCE OF THIS PERFORMANCE: John Coltrane Group, ‘Newport Jazz Festival’, Newport RI July 2, 1966. Jack responds to a note that Fujioka had indicated that producer George Wein wanted to stop the band between [More]
In 1964, Coltrane was approached by the French Canadian director Gilles Groulx to record a soundtrack for his film Le chat dans le sac. In June of that year, between the recording sessions for Crescent [More]
Olé Coltrane is the ninth album by American saxophonist John Coltrane, released in 1961 on Atlantic Records. The album was recorded at A&R Studios in New York, and was the last of Coltrane’s Atlantic albums [More]
“I Love You” (Cole Porter) from the album “Lush Life“. ” … Coltrane doesn’t have to supplement the frequent redundancy inherent in pianists, so he has plenty of room to express himself through simple and [More]
Stardust is an album by jazz musician John Coltrane that was released in 1963 by Prestige Records. “In 1958, John Coltrane had yet to take the modal post-bop plunge. He was still a hard bopper, [More]
Coltrane’s breakout year, when his mature sound first grabbed ears and his own recordings began to sell consistently, was 1958. This release chronicles the exciting story session by session, featuring all 37 tracks Coltrane recorded [More]
Afro Blue Impressions is an album by American jazz saxophonist John Coltrane recorded live in 1963 and released on the Pablo label in 1977 as a double LP. “Afro Blue Impressions is the sound of [More]
Coltrane Plays the Blues is an album credited to jazz musician John Coltrane, released in 1962 on Atlantic Records, catalogue SD 1382. It was recorded at Atlantic Studios during the sessions for My Favorite Things, [More]
Ascension is a jazz album by John Coltrane recorded in 1965 and released in 1966. It is often considered to be a cornerstone of Coltrane’s work, with the albums released before it being more conventional [More]