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9 thoughts on “ Slow Dance - John Coltrane - John Coltrane (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Artist: John Coltrane Genre: Jazz Release Date: 01/19/ Label: 8th Records Catalog Number: Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl LP.
  2. Get the best deals on John Coltrane Jazz Vinyl Records when you shop the largest online selection at ivvisubpejacgerelusrimothetra.co Free shipping on many items Blue Train [5-LP] by John Coltrane (Vinyl, Mar, Blue Note (Label)) out of 5 stars (7) Total Ratings 7, .
  3. From the first eight saxophone notes of the first song, "Theme for Ernie," this album will never grow old. It can lay claim as John Coltrane's best collection and one of the best jazz albums, period. All 10 cuts and 72 minutes display Coltrane at his most articulate, soulful, and deep self for which he remains a legend/5(11).
  4. This is one of Coltrane's better early albums, recorded about a month before Blue Train, and highlighted by a breathtaking version of the obscure ballad "Slow Dance" (complete with an original coda that anticipates "Naima") and two Coltrane originals, the Monk-like "Bass Blues" and the long blues-with-a-bridge title track.4/5(33).
  5. Olé Coltrane, an Album by John Coltrane. Released in November on Atlantic (catalog no. SD ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Modal Jazz. Featured peformers: Freddie Hubbard (trumpet), Reggie Workman (bass), McCoy Tyner (piano), Elvin Jones (drums), Nesuhi Ertegün (producer, supervisor), Phil Ramone (engineer), Jagel & Slutzky Graphics (cover design), Ralph J. .
  6. Oct 30,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Coltrane on Discogs. Label: Prestige - PRLP ,Prestige - ,Prestige - LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop/5(36).
  7. Vinyl is nice gram and it sounds great. But, realize you are basically contributing to circumventing royalty law if you order it. Public domain IP law is different in Europe, allowing this to be pressed without paying Coltrane's former label or his heirs. Love the album, wish I has bought an original pressing/5(25).
  8. Review: John Coltrane made many essential and influential albums over the course of his career, but few were quite as revolutionary at the time of release as 's "Ascension".Here presented in stunning new sound thanks to a meticulous re-mastering job, the album saw Coltrane abandon the constraints of the quartet in favour of a larger line-up of musicians and .
  9. This is one of Coltrane's better early albums, recorded about a month before Blue Train, and highlighted by a breathtaking version of the obscure ballad "Slow Dance" (complete with an original coda that anticipates "Naima") and two Coltrane originals, the Monk-like "Bass Blues" and the long blues-with-a-bridge title track.4/5(32).

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