The Mastery of John Coltrane, Vol. I: Feelin' Good is a compilation album by American saxophonist John Coltrane, the first of a series of four compilations released on Impulse! between 1978 and 1979, all sharing the same cover artwork designed by Stuart Kusher, Richard Germinaro and Vigon Nahas Vigon. It features pieces recorded in 1965, seven in studio and one live.
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
It’s not just that Coltrane personally welcomed me into a world of music that had previously only intimidated me. There are plenty of other gateway artists for jazz, and perhaps even too many to name. If it hits you the right way, Coltrane’s music just sticks to your brain, never allowing you to forget bits and pieces of his work much like you’ll always remember the hook of certain pop songs. Unlike manufactured tunes made for radio (no shots, I love some of ‘em, too), properly digesting the work of John Coltrane does require some work.
Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album. Four! The Complete Miles Davis Quintet 1955-1956 Recordings, Vol. 1. Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Red Garland, Paul Chambers, Philly Joe Jones. 2. 4.
June 8, 2018 In News. Featuring two previously unheard and unknown tracks. In an age where (seemingly) your every move is documented, it’s difficult to imagine an entire album getting ‘lost’, especially one by John Coltrane. But such is the case with Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album, an unreleased studio album recorded by John Coltrane and his Classic Quartet – McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones, released for the first time via Impulse! this June.
Tracks count: 10. Views: 2. John Coltrane - Invitation 10:22. John Coltrane - Spring is Here 06:57. John Coltrane - Sweet Sapphire Blues 18:15. John Coltrane - 26-Feb 06:17. John Coltrane - Cherryco 06:49. John Coltrane - Love Thy Neigbor 09:24. John Coltrane - Focus on Sanity 12:16. John Coltrane - The Blessing 07:54. John Coltrane - Bemsha Swing 05:05. John Coltrane - The Invisible 04:15. John Coltrane/Johnny Hartman: John Coltrane And Johnny Hartman/I Just Dropped By To Say Hello - John Coltrane, Джордж Гершвин, Ирвинг Берлин.
John Coltrane died 50 years ago this week. In the intervening decades, the saxophonist’s reputation has suffered not the tiniest decline. One could comfortably list 50 essential tracks by Coltrane, but we have only so much time on this earth. To make the task a little easier, we have stuck to recordings that list Coltrane as leader. So, you won’t see anything from Miles Davis’s Kind of Blue. The track is essentially an entire vinyl album. But it would be a scandal to leave out Coltrane’s exhaustingly powerful experiment in big-band free jazz. Begins with a crazy fanfare to the heavens and goes on to invite solos from a host of talent including Freddie Hubbard, Pharoah Sanders and Archie Shepp. A LOVE SUPREME Part I – ACKNOWLEDGMENT – From A Love Supreme (1965) – Another slight cheat. Acknowledgement is just one part of an album that forms a coherent suite on the theme of faith.
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