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  • The Best of John Coltrane - John Coltrane Greatest Hits - John Coltrane Full Album

    1:30:30

    The Best of John Coltrane - John Coltrane Greatest Hits - John Coltrane Full Album

    John William Coltrane (September 23, 1926 – July 17, 1967) was an American jazz saxophonist and composer. Working in the bebop and hard bop idioms early in his career, Coltrane helped pioneer the use of modes and was at the forefront of free jazz. He led at least fifty recording sessions and appeared on many albums by other musicians, including trumpeter Miles Davis and pianist Thelonious Monk. Over the course of his career, Coltrane's music took on an increasingly spiritual dimension. He remains one of the most influential saxophonists in music history. He received numerous posthumous awards, including a Pulitzer Prize in 2007, and was canonized by the African Orthodox Church.[2] His second wife was pianist and harpist Alice Coltrane. The couple had three children: John Jr. (1964–1982), a bassist; Ravi (born 1965), a saxophonist; and Oran (born 1967), also a saxophonist.



    TrackList!
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    1.Blue Train
    2.Moment's Notice
    3.Locomotion
    4.I'm Old Fashioned
    5.Spiral
    6.Giant Steps
    7.Naima
    8.A Love Supreme - part 1
    9.A Love Supreme - part 2
    10.A Love Supreme - part 3
    11.My Favorite Things
    12.Cousin Mary
    13.Syeeda's Song Flute
    14.Countdown
    15.Summertime
    16.Locomotion
    17.Mr. P.C.
    18.Lazy Bird
    19.My One And Only Love
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  • John Coltrane - My Favorite Things

    40:39

    Bass – Steve Davis
    Drums – Elvin Jones
    Piano – McCoy Tyner
    Soprano Saxophone – John Coltrane (tracks: A1, A2)
    Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane (tracks: B1, B2)

    Recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York, NY
    Track A1 on October 21, 1960
    Track B1 on October 24, 1960
    Tracks A2 & B2 on October 26, 1960


    Engineer – Phil Iehle, Tom Dowd
    Producer – Nesuhi Ertegun


    A1 My Favorite Things 0:00
    A2 Everytime We Say Goodbye 13:43
    B1 Summertime 19:27
    B2 But Not For Me 31:03



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  • John Coltrane Blue Train MONO 2014

    42:08

    Music Matters 180g 33 1/3 (MMBLP 1577)

    A1 Blue Train
    A2 Moment's Notice
    B1 Locomotion
    B2 I'm Old Fashioned
    B3 Lazy Bird

    Bass – Paul Chambers (3)
    Design [Cover] – Reid Miles
    Drums – Philly Joe Jones
    Lacquer Cut By – KG*, RR* (tracks: A1-A2)
    Liner Notes – Robert Levin (2)
    Photography By – Francis Wolff
    Piano – Kenny Drew
    Producer – Alfred Lion
    Recorded By – #RudyVanGelder
    Tenor Saxophone – #JohnColtrane
    Trombone – Curtis Fuller
    Trumpet – #LeeMorgan

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  • John Coltrane - Giant Steps Full Album

    37:33

    GIANT STEPS: 60th ANNIVERSARY DELUXE EDITION is available as a 180g 2-LP set and as a 2-CD set, both featuring a remastered version of the landmark album plus 8 alternate takes. The super deluxe edition, available to download and stream, includes an additional 20 outtakes:

    Tracklisting:
    1. Giant Steps 00:00
    2. Cousin Mary 04:47
    3. Countdown 10:37
    4. Spiral 13:03
    5. Syeeda’s Song Flute 19:02
    6. Naima 26:08
    7. Mr. P.C. 30:33

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  • John Coltrane - In A Sentimental Mood

    4:17

    John Coltrane - In A Sentimental Mood

  • In A Sentimental Mood

    4:16

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    In A Sentimental Mood · Duke Ellington · John Coltrane

    Duke Ellington & John Coltrane

    ℗ 1962 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 2007-01-01

    Producer: Bob Thiele
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
    Producer, Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: John Coltrane
    Associated Performer, Double Bass: Aaron Bell
    Associated Performer, Drums: Elvin Jones
    Associated Performer, Piano: Duke Ellington
    Composer Lyricist: Duke Ellington

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  • John Coltrane - A Love Supreme, Pt. IV - Psalm

    6:31

    Listen to John Coltrane’s “A Love Supreme, Pt. IV – Psalm” live from Seattle in 1965.
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    Music video by John Coltrane performing A Love Supreme, Pt. IV - Psalm (Live In Seattle / Visualizer). An Impulse! Records / UMe release; © 2021 Verve Label Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

  • Miles Davis With John Coltrane In Paris 1960

    1:25:56

    Recorded live at the Olympia Theatre, Paris
    Mar.21, 1960

    0:00:02 01 All Of You
    0:17:06 02 So What
    0:30:32 03 On Green Dolphin Street
    0:45:12 04 Walkin'
    1:01:02 05 Bye Bye Blackbird
    1:15:00 06 Round About Midnight
    1:20:37 07 Oleo
    1:25:00 08 The Theme

    Miles Davis(tp) John Coltrane(ts)
    Wynton Kelly(p) Paul Chambers(b) Jimmy Cobb(ds)

  • John Coltrane - Equinox

    8:33

    John Coltrane — Tenor Saxophone McCoy Tyner — Piano
    Steve Davis — Bass Elvin Jones — Drums

    From: Coltrane's Sound released in 1964 on Atlantic Records, catalogue SD 1419. It was recorded at Atlantic Studios (Recorded on October 24 & 26, 1960) during the sessions for My Favorite Things.

    ***Coltrane’s wife Naima named the song Equinox. The equinox occurs twice a year when the tilt of the Earth’s axis is inclined neither away from nor towards the sun. John Coltrane was born on September 23, 1926, the day of the official autumn equinox of that year.

    The release of Equinox was delayed until 1964 when Atlantic issued the album Coltrane’s Sound. Before he recorded it, Coltrane performed Equinox several times in live venues, including a session with Miles Davis’ rhythm section and at the 1960 Monterey Jazz Festival. Unfortunately, the other Atlantic recordings of Equinox were lost in the 1978 warehouse fire before they were released.

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  • John Coltrane Quartet - Impressions.

    14:06

    Impressions
    McCoy Tyner:Piano
    Jimmy Garrison:Bass
    Elvin Jones:Drums

  • John Coltrane - Giant Steps Official Audio

    4:48

    GIANT STEPS: 60th ANNIVERSARY DELUXE EDITION is available as a 180g 2-LP set and as a 2-CD set, both featuring a remastered version of the landmark album plus 8 alternate takes. The super deluxe edition, available to download and stream, includes an additional 20 outtakes:

  • Blue Train

    10:45

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    Blue Train (Remastered 2003) · John Coltrane

    Blue Train

    ℗ 1957 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Producer: Alfred Lion
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: John Coltrane
    Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Paul Chambers
    Associated Performer, Drums: Philly Joe Jones
    Associated Performer, Piano: Kenny Drew
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Curtis Fuller
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Lee Morgan
    Composer: John Coltrane

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  • John Coltrane - Blue train

    10:44

    John Coltrane playing the amazing Blue train

  • Equinox

    8:08

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Equinox · John Coltrane

    Coltrane's Sound

    ℗ 1964 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Drums: Elvin Jones
    Tenor Saxophone: John Coltrane
    Piano: McCoy Tyner
    Producer: Nesuhi Ertegun
    Bass Guitar: Steve Davis
    Engineer: Tom Dowd
    Writer: John Coltrane

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  • Miles Davis - So What

    9:07

    Official music video for ”So What” by Miles Davis
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  • John Coltrane - A Love Supreme, Pt. I – Acknowledgement

    21:54

    Listen to John Coltrane’s “A Love Supreme Pt. I – Acknowledgement” live from Seattle in 1965.
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    Music video by John Coltrane performing A Love Supreme, Pt. I – Acknowledgement (Live In Seattle / Visualizer). An Impulse! Records / UMe release; © 2021 Verve Label Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

  • Autumn Leaves - John Coltrane

    6:21

    Autumn Leaves

    John Coltrane (Tenor & Soprano Sax)
    Wynton Kelly (Piano)
    Paul Chambers (Bass)
    Jimmy Cobb (Drums)
    Stan Getz (Tenor Sax)

    Jazz Icons John Coltrane Live in Germany 1960

  • John Coltrane - On Green Dolphin Street - LIVE

    9:00

    This video is from Coltrane's first time in Europe, touring as a member of one of Miles Davis's first great quintets. The footage was taken on March 28, 1960 in Düsseldorf, West Germany, a night Davis sat out. The clip is sourced from the John Coltrane Jazz Icons DVD.

    Tenor Saxophone: John Coltrane
    Piano: Wynton Kelly
    Bass: Paul Chambers
    Drums: Jimmy Cobb

  • Miles Davis and John Coltrane, So What, 1959

    8:23

    Live in concert in New York

  • Giant Steps

    4:47

    Giant Steps is a jazz recording by John Coltrane, on tenor saxophone, which is the first track on the album of the same name and is 4 minutes and 49 seconds long. The composition is a milestone for jazz musicians' progress, given the difficulty of improvising its rapid progression of chord changes that progress through three keys (see Coltrane changes) shifted by major thirds, creating an augmented triad.

    The saxophonist had previously used this technique on the LP Blue Train on the tunes Moment's Notice and Lazy Bird. Coltrane continued in this vein on a recording with Cannonball Adderley of the standard Limehouse Blues, and on his original Fifth House. He continued to use this approach on other tunes, such as Countdown, based on the Miles Davis tune Tune Up; 26 2 based on Charlie Parker's Confirmation; and a reharmonization of the jazz standard Body and Soul. Songs such as Naima and Like Sonny also show some harmonic similarity to Giant Steps. Coltrane continued to employ similar concepts in his soloing during his more open and modal middle period. A Love Supreme features examples of lines based on Giant Steps cycles over modal vamps, to create a Polytonal effect (see modal jazz).

    The progression continues to stimulate harmonic thinking in contemporary jazz. There are a number of different approaches to soloing on the song. While Coltrane favoured arpeggiation over the changes, other players have used different tricks and patterns to bring out the sound of the changes. The chord progression was later used by Freddie Hubbard as a basis for his composition Dear John (on Hubbard's 1991 album Bolivia). Covers have been recorded by such artists as Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Pat Metheny, Buddy Rich, Jaco Pastorius, Mike Stern, Greg Howe, Tommy Flanagan (who played on the original recording), McCoy Tyner, Kenny Werner, Kenny Garrett, Woody Herman, and Taylor Eigsti, Gary Bartz. The song was recorded by Chaka Khan in 1982 as part of the Be Bop Medley from her album Chaka Khan.

    John Coltrane was known for coming into the studio with unrehearsed songs - Giant Steps was no exception. On the original recording, Tommy Flanagan (piano) played a choppy start-stop solo where it sounds like he is struggling to improvise over Coltrane changes without adequate preparation. Flanagan would revisit Giant Steps on several recordings later in his career and mastered the progression. In some of the alternate takes, Cedar Walton is at the piano, declining to take a solo and also playing at a slower tempo than the takes with Flanagan.

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  • John Coltrane - Naima 1959

    4:21

    John Coltrane - Naima (Album:Giant Steps) 1959 from the John Coltrane album Giant Steps.

  • John Coltrane - Walkin

    7:17

    This video is from Coltrane's first trip overseas, touring as a member of one of Miles Davis's first great quintets. The footage was taken on March 28, 1960 in Düsseldorf, West Germany, a night Miles Davis sat out.

    Tenor Saxophone: John Coltrane
    Piano: Wynton Kelly
    Bass: Paul Chambers
    Drums: Jimmy Cobb

    The clip is sourced from the John Coltrane Jazz Icons DVD.

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  • My Favorite Things - John Coltrane FULL VERSION HQ

    13:47

    My Favorite things by John Coltrane from the album My Favorite Things.

  • John Coltrane - Live in France July 27/28 1965: The Complete Concerts Full Album

    1:51:35

    Gambit Records ‎– 69317


    Tracks 1-1 to 1-5 recorded at Juan les Pins, Antibes, July 27, 1965.
    Tracks 2-1 to 2-3 recorded at Salle Pleyel, Paris, July 28, 1965.
    These concerts released partially in:
    Immortal Concerts: Juan les Pins Jazz Festival, Antibes, July 26-27, 1965 (includes A Love Supreme version recorded in July 26 of 1965)
    A Love Supreme [Live Antibes 1965] (includes A Love Supreme version recorded in July 26 of 1965)

    1-1 Announcements 00:00
    1-2 Naima 00:49
    1-3 Ascension (Quartet Version, aka Blue Valse) 07:53
    1-4 My Favorite Things 22:46
    1-5 Impressions 40:45
    2-1 Ascension (Quartet Version, aka Blue Valse) 1:01:57
    2-2 Afro Blue 1:24:18
    2-3 Impressions 1:35:12

    Bass – Jimmy Garrison
    Drums – Elvin Jones
    Liner Notes – Lawrence Steel
    Photography By – Ricardo Schwamenthal
    Piano – McCoy Tyner
    Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane

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  • John Coltrane - My Favorite Things

    20:29

    John Coltrane - My Favorite Things
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    John William Coltrane (September 23, 1926 – July 17, 1967) was an American jazz saxophonist and composer, also known as Trane. Working in the bebop and hard bop idioms early in his career, Coltrane helped pioneer the use of....
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    John Coltrane - Soprano Sax
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  • Tribute to John Coltrane

    56:19

    Tribute to John Coltrane (Live 1987)
    Wayne Shorter
    Dave Liebman
    Richie Beirach
    Eddie Gomez
    Jack DeJohnette

    01. Mr. PC
    02. After the Rain
    03. India/Impressions

  • John Coltrane - Private Jam in Detroit 1958

    53:38

    John Coltrane
    Private Jam Session
    Joe Brazil's basement
    Detroit, Michigan
    September 25, 1958

    Private tape recorded by Joe Brazil

    01. Untitled blues jam, ending with Now's the Time
    02. Woody'n You
    03. Paul's Pal
    04. Sweet Georgia Brown

    John Coltrane ... tenor sax
    Joe Henderson ... tenor sax
    Joe Brazil ... alto sax
    Donald Towns ... trumpet
    Sonny 'Red' Kyner ... alto sax
    Hugh Lawson ... piano
    Erni Farrow ... bass
    Roy Brooks ... drums

    Joseph Brazil (August 25, 1927 – August 6, 2008) was an American jazz saxophonist and educator. Local musicians and touring acts performed in his basement.

    He taught jazz at Garfield High School, co-founded the Black Music curriculum at the University of Washington, and founded the Black Academy of Music in Seattle.

    He appeared on the albums 
    Om by John Coltrane and Ubiquity by Roy Ayers.

    In 1951 he purchased a home in Detroit where he lived with his brother and mother. He built a bar in the basement and installed a baby grand piano. Jam sessions took place in his basement, with musicians such as trumpeter Donald Byrd, saxophonists Sonny Red and Brazil, pianist Barry Harris, bassist Doug Watkins, and drummer Frank Gant.

    Tapes of saxophonist John Coltrane practicing were made at his house. A tape of a jam session was recorded in his basement on September 25, 1958 with trumpeter Donald Towns, saxophonists Coltrane, Joe Henderson, Brazil, Red, pianist Hugh Lawson, bassist Ernie Farrow, and drummer Roy Brooks.

    Euphonium player Kiane Zawadi (Bernard McKinney) and saxophonist Kenneth Winfrey lived down the street and often played at his house.

    Coltrane met drummer George Goldsmith in his basement and once asked Goldsmith to substitute for drummer Elvin Jones.

    Pianist Alice Coltrane met her first husband John Coltrane in his basement.

  • John Coltrane - Live Concert - Belgium 1965 8D Audio

    39:07

    Put your headphones on for this live concert of John Coltrane in Belgium. 8D audio swirls around your headphones due to the audio panning smoothly from one ear to the other. It sounds like you are at a concert and the performer is moving.

    Song Order:
    Untitled Original (Vigil) - 0:00
    Naima - 9:07
    My Favorite Things - 16:49

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    John Coltrane / Tenor Saxophone
    McCoy Tyner / Piano
    Elvin Jones / Drums
    Jimmy Garrison / Bass

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  • John Coltrane Quartet with Eric Dolphy - Impressions

    6:58



    John Coltrane
    Eric Dolphy
    McCoy Tyner
    Jimmy Garrison
    Elvin Jones

  • John Coltrane - India - Feat. Eric Dolphy

    14:09

    Recorded November 5, 1961 @ the Village Vanguard,
    New York City.
    Impressions is a 1963 album of both live and studio recordings by jazz musician John Coltrane. Tracks 1 and 3 were recorded live at the Village Vanguard in November 1961, while tracks 2 and 4 were recorded at Van Gelder Studio, respectively on September 18, 1962 and April 29, 1963. Track 5, Dear Old Stockholm did not appear on the original release, but appears on later reissues. The album was originally released in 1963 on the Impulse! label. The recording features the classic quartet of John Coltrane: McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones; they are joined by Eric Dolphy and Reggie Workman on the live tracks.
    Dolphy plays a memorable solo on the long modal workout India, but lays out on all but the coda of Impressions. Workman (bass) is at hand only on India, to join Garrison in approximating the sound of an African drum choir.

    Video Remix by DJ Yebo

  • John Coltrane - But Not for Me

    9:35

    But Not for Me

    Album:
    My Favorite Things (1961)

    Written by:
    George Gershwin
    Ira Gershwin

    Personnel:
    John Coltrane — tenor saxophone
    McCoy Tyner — piano
    Steve Davis — bass
    Elvin Jones — drums

  • John Coltrane & Stan Getz - Autumn Leaves/Whats New/Moonlight in Vermont

    6:20

    This video is from Coltrane's first trip overseas, touring as a member of one of Miles Davis's first great quintets. The footage was taken on March 28, 1960 in Düsseldorf, West Germany, a night Miles Davis sat out.

    Tenor Saxophone: John Coltrane
    Tenor Saxophone: Stan Getz
    Piano: Wynton Kelly
    Bass: Paul Chambers
    Drums: Jimmy Cobb

    The clip is sourced from the John Coltrane Jazz Icons DVD.

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  • JAZZIZ Essentials: A Short History of John Coltranes ALABAMA

    4:22

    JAZZIZ Essentials is a series of videos exploring the stories of artists, songs and events that gave rise to jazz. In this episode, we take a look at John Coltrane Civil Rights Movement elegy, Alabama, written in response to the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing of 1963.

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  • John Coltrane Solo Transcription | My Shining Hour | Coltrane Jazz

    1:54

    Classic solo by John Coltrane on My Shining Hour.
    Transcribed by Brandon Moore

    My Shining Hour
    Comp. Harold Arlen Lyrics: Johnny Mercer
    Coltrane Jazz | 1961 Atlantic

    John Coltrane- Tenor Saxophone
    Wynton Kelly - Piano
    Paul Chambers- Bass
    Jimmy Cobb- Drums

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  • John Coltrane-Just Friends

    6:15

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  • John Coltrane - Blue Train

    10:45

    Blue Train

    Album:
    Blue Train (1957)

    Written by:
    John Coltrane

    Personnel:
    John Coltrane tenor saxophone
    Paul Chambers — double bass
    Kenny Drew — piano
    Curtis Fuller — trombone
    Philly Joe Jones — drums
    Lee Morgan — trumpet

  • Its easy to remember - John Coltrane

    2:49

    Ballads - John Coltrane Quartet

  • John Coltrane McCoy Tyner Jimmy Garrison Elvin Jones

    29:05

    AfroBlue Alabama Impression

  • Bill Evans, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Chet Baker - THE BEST GOLDEN JAZZ BOX

    2:18

    Bill Evans, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Chet Baker - THE BEST GOLDEN JAZZ BOX

    TrackList!
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    1.Bill Evans - Peace Piece
    2.John Coltrane - Blue Train
    3.Miles Davis - So What
    4.Chet Baker - My Funny Valentine
    5.Bill Evans - Waltz For Debby
    6.John Coltrane - Moment's Notice
    7.Miles Davis - Freddie Freeloader
    8.Chet Baker - That Old Feeling
    9.Bill Evans - Autumn Leaves
    10.John Coltrane - Locomotion
    11.Miles Davis - Blue In Green
    12.Chet Baker - That Old Feeling
    13.Bill Evans - My Foolish Heart
    14.John Coltrane - I'm Old Fashioned
    15.Miles Davis - All Blues
    16.Chet Baker - Let's Get Lost
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  • Oleo - Another Side of John Coltrane

    5:42

    “Another Side of John Coltrane” now available in 2-LP, CD and digital formats:

    Mastered by the GRAMMY®-winning engineer Paul Blakemore, “Another Side of John Coltrane” also includes new liner notes by the award-winning journalist Doug Ramsey.

    “Oleo” was written in 1954 by Sonny Rollins, who—like many jazz artists—based the composition on the chord structure of George Gershwin’s “I Got Rhythm,” the high-energy tune has since become a standard. This particular version, which appeared on Relaxin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet, was recorded in October 1956 at Rudy Van Gelder’s studio in Hackensack, NJ, and features Davis on trumpet, Coltrane on tenor sax, Red Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Philly Joe Jones on drums. The take opens with a false start, followed by brief chatter between the musicians before they launch into the hard-bop staple. In his liner notes, Ramsey observes, “Following Davis’ crisp initial chorus of improvisation, Coltrane begins a conversational solo, at first with only Paul Chambers’ bass as accompaniment. He rides on the inspiration of a rhythm section that became a model for bands around the world.”

  • John Coltrane - Impressions

    15:01

    Artist: John Coltrane Quartet. Album: Impressions. Year: 1961

    Credits: John Coltrane (Sax), Elvin Jones (Drums), McCoy Tyner (Piano), Jimmy Garrison (Bass)

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  • John Coltrane Quartet - Pennsylvania 19-01-1963

    1:9:49

    00:00 Bye Bye Blackbird
    25:25 The Inch Worm
    35:50 Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye
    41:10 Mr. P. C.
    47:25 I Want To Talk About You
    56:33 My Favorite Things

    Schwab Auditorium, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania January 19th 1963

    John Coltrane / sax
    McCoy Tyner / piano
    Jimmy Garrison / bass
    Elvin Jones / drums

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  • John Coltrane - Interlude 3

    6:33

    Listen to John Coltrane’s “Interlude 3” live from Seattle in 1965.
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    Music video by John Coltrane performing Interlude 3 (Live In Seattle / Visualizer). An Impulse! Records / UMe release; © 2021 Verve Label Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

  • My Favorite Things

    13:45

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    My Favorite Things · John Coltrane

    My Favorite Things

    ℗ 1961 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Drums: Elvin Jones
    Soprano Saxophone: John Coltrane
    Piano: McCoy Tyner
    Producer: Nesuhi Ertegun
    Unknown: Phil Iehle
    Bass Guitar: Steve Davis
    Unknown: Tom Dowd
    Writer: Oscar Hammerstein II
    Writer: Richard Rodgers

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  • John Coltrane & Don Cherry - Bemsha Swing

    5:06

    John Coltrane & Don Cherry
    Bemsha Swing
    The Avant Garde
    1960

    Bass -- Percy Heath
    Drums -- Ed Blackwell
    Tenor Saxophone -- John Coltrane
    Trumpet -- Don Cherry

  • Equinox John Coltrane Transcription

    8:34

    This was made on Soundslice. Rhythms are pretty approximate :)



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  • John Coltrane Quartet - Its Easy to Remember

    2:51

    Un paseo por Amsterdam desde el recuerdo.
    Esta versión del clásico It's Easy to Remember interpretada por John Coltrane Quartet está contenida en el álbum Ballads (1963).
    Todas las imágenes son propiedad de la fotógrafo Loren González.

  • John Coltrane - Alabama - written in response to the Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama

    5:55

    Alabama is a composition written by John Coltrane that appears on his album Live at Birdland (1963). It was written in response to the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing on September 15, 1963, an attack by the Ku Klux Klan in Birmingham, Alabama that killed four African-American girls.[1][2]
    Coltrane's Quartet performed this piece on television for an episode of the show Jazz Casual.
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    John Coltrane – tenor saxophone
    McCoy Tyner – piano
    Jimmy Garrison – double bass
    Elvin Jones – drums

  • Ill Get By - John Coltrane

    8:10

    Standard Coltrane/ John Coltrane

  • John Coltrane - Like Someone In Love

    5:01

    First track from his album Lush Life (1961).

    The rights of this song do not belong to me and I do not claim in part or in whole that the music is mine.

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