• 1. In A Sentimental Mood
      • 2. Aisha
      • 3. Bittersweet
      • 4. My Little Brown Book
      • 5. Naima
      • 6. Trane's Slow Blues
      • 7. Theme For Ernie
      • 8. Slow Dance
      • 9. Ole
      • 10. Blue Train
      • 11. Milestones
      • 12. While My Lady Sleeps

      A collection of Coltrane classics from this golden era of the jazz legend!

      Other Releases by John Coltrane

      John Coltrane by Bill ColeDA CAPO PRESS

      This book is highly informative to anyone who would like to dive into Coltrane.


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        John ColtraneBlue Train (1957)Blue Note
        Late 50s hard bop, Coltrane's second on Blue Note. Killer line-up: John Coltrane – tenor saxophone, bandleader Paul Chambers – double bass Kenny Drew – piano Curtis Fuller – trombone Philly Joe Jones – drums Lee Morgan – trumpet
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        John ColtraneGiant Steps (60th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)Warner Jazz / Rhino

        **Remastered and includes additional outtakes**

        'Giant Steps' was possibly Coltrane's most consistently outstanding tenor solo statementto date. Of course, Coltrane's own performance on 'Kind of Blue', just a month or two before, is now legendary, but on Miles Davis's album Coltrane had shared the glory with soloists of a similar calibre, and furthermore the present recording contained nothing but his own compositions.

        • – Giant Steps
        • – Cousin Mary
        • – Countdown
        • – Spiral
        • – Syeeda's Song Flute
        • – Naima
        • – Mr. P. C.
        • – Giant Steps (Alternate, Take 1, Incomplete)
        • – Naima (Alternate Take)
        • – Like Sonny (Alternate Take)
        • – Countdown (Alternate Take)
        • – Syeeda's Song Flute (Alternate Take)
        • – Cousin Mary (Alternate Take)
        • – Giant Steps, Take 5 (Alternate)
        • – Giant Steps, Take 6 (Alternate)
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        John ColtraneBlue World (1964) [Previously Unreleased]Impulse!

        In 1964, the National Film Board of Canada asked John Coltrane to record the soundtrack for a French-language film titled 'Le Chat dans le Sac' ('The Cat in the Bag'). Amazingly, no announcement was made that the iconic Coltrane was adding new performances to this film.

        In June of that year, Coltrane’s ‘Classic Quartet’ entered Rudy Van Gelder’s studio and recorded five previously- recorded Coltrane originals. For many years, viewers of the film who recognised the music thought that they were listening to the original recordings, though in fact they were new and had never been heard. Now, with the release of Blue World, we can hear these newly-discovered recordings for the first time!

        • – Blue World
        John Coltrane1963: New DirectionsImpulse!

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        John Coltrane 1963: New Directions collects all of John Coltrane’s 1963 Impulse recordings in the order in which they were recorded. 5-LP and 3-CD sets include artwork featuring original collages. The box shows us the growth in Coltrane’s musical journey in 1963 that ultimately resulted in 1964’s Crescent and, especially, A Love Supreme. Music comes from the original albums Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album, John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman, Dear Old Stockholm (released after Coltrane’s death), Newport ‘63 and Live at Birdland.

          John ColtraneBoth Directions At Once: The Lost AlbumImpulse!

          On March 6, 1963, John Coltrane and his classic quartet - McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones - recorded an entire studio album at the legendary Van Gelder Studios. This music, which features unheard originals, is finally released, 55 years later.

          This is, in short, the holy grail of jazz music!

          N.B. Tracklisting for single LP and single CD formats:

          1. Untitled Original 11383

          2. Nature Boy

          3. Untitled Original 11386

          4. Vilia

          5. Impressions

          6. Slow Blues

          7. One Up, One Down

          • – Untitled Original 11383 (Take 1)
          John ColtraneImpressionsImpulse!

          Classic modal jazz album from the master of deep jazz and one of the most important performer/composers ever! Modal fans will love the tranquil, melancholic ballad After the Rain while fans of the new thing will dig the hectic forward-thinking India and Impressions! Recommended!

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            John ColtraneA Love Supreme - Note For Note Transcriptions for Tenor SaxophoneHal Leonard

            Note for note transcriptions for the tenor saxophone as played by John Coltrane on the seminal 'A Love Supreme' - one of the greatest pieces of music in Jazz, or indeed any genre.

              John ColtraneSun ShipImpulse!

              Awesome 1965 recordings from the period just after the landmark 'A Love Supreme'! Awe-inspiring deep jazz from a god-like genius! Recommended!


                John ColtraneKulu Se Mama (1966)Impulse!

                Brilliant little-known album from the king of deep jazz, John Coltrane! Features sessions from before and after the landmark 'Meditations' recordings that marked his departure into more adventurous free form improvisation - features African percussion and chanting, stripped down saxophone/drum duos, and both expanded line-ups and classic quartet recordings! Alternately fiery and tranquil, this is some of the most advanced and beautiful modal jazz you will hear! Trance-inducing, meditative, deeply magical music! Very highly recommended!

                  John ColtraneAscension (1965)Impulse!

                  Landmark free jazz album! An essential classic for any fan of 'new thing' improvisation! John Coltrane was one of the greatest player/composers the world has ever known and this is one of his most adventurous recordings! Mammoth, large scale big band session featuring a host of key avant/deep jazz luminaries such as Alber Ayler, Marion Brown, John Tchicai, Pharoah Sanders and Archie Shepp! This CD features both editions! Intense, extreme, transcendant music unlike anything else! Highly recommended!

                  • – Part I
                  • – Part II
                  John ColtraneJazz RevolutionaryMorgan Reynolds

                  Second-hand ex-library hardback

                    John ColtraneA Love Supreme (1964)Impulse!

                    100% essential deep jazz classic! Searching, yearning, BEAUTIFUL spiritual jazz of the highest order! This is considered by many to be his best album and consistently gets voted as one of the best albums of all time in any genre! It's that good! 


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                      John ColtraneThe Paris ConcertPablo Live

                      Classic quartet recorded live in Paris, '62. Featuring a one-side storming, 26 minute long version of 'Mr P.C"!

                        John ColtraneLive At BirdlandImpulse! (1963)

                        Absolutely definitive Coltrane release ushering in the new sound of radical deepness at the start of the 1960s.

                        'Alabama' was written and performed shortly after the death of four children in a racist bombing of a church in Alabama. Coltrane wrote the song using the intonation and flow of the preacher at the funeral. It is a very, very profound piece of music.

                        The album starts with a ehavyweight version of Afro-Blue and continues in the same vein.

                        This album is ESSENTIAL to an understanding of John Coltrane.

                          John ColtraneMy Favorite Things (1961)Atlantic / Warner Jazz

                          If Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue" is generally regarded as the best jazz album ever made, "My Favorite Things" by John Coltrane has to come second. 

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                            John ColtraneDakarPrestige (1957)

                            Stellar Coltrane recorded for Prestige in 1957. John Coltrane - tenor saxophone Cecil Payne - baritone saxophone Pepper Adams - baritone saxophone Mal Waldron - piano Doug Watkins - bass Art Taylor - drums

                              John ColtraneOle Coltrane (1962)Atlantic

                              Recorded in 1961, this was Coltrane's last album for Atlantic before his seminal Impulse albums. Amazingly this album is the template for the Impulse sound. Check the audio - this is hardcore and deep, deep, deep. Coltrane, Freddie Hubbard, McCoy Tyner, Reggie Workman, Elvin Jones. Blinding!

                              • – Olé
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                              John ColtraneJohn Coltrane (Prestige 7105)Prestige

                              Coltrane's debut on Prestige.

                              John Coltrane recorded so frequently for the Prestige label during '56-'58 that it's tough to figure out where to start. This May 1957 recording, coming just after his departure from the Miles Davis Quintet, is a pretty good initiation.

                              The rhythm section (Mal Waldron and Red Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, Al Heath on drums) is excellent and they're joined by Johnny Splawn (trumpet) and Sahib Shihab (baritone sax)

                              • – bakai
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                              John ColtraneA Love Supreme [DELUXE EDITION]Impulse

                              This album-length suite was Coltrane's gift to God. An undeniable masterpiece, one of the best albums recorded, in any genre, ever.

                              This 'Deluxe Edition' compiles in one package, for the first time, the full story of 'A Love Supreme'. Disc one presents the suite as originally released in 1965. The second disc features the only live performance of the suite, recorded at the '65 Antibes jazz festival, as well giving the long-rumoured sextet version of of the opening movement its first release.

                              Mastered by Rudy Van Gelder, the original recording engineer, and accompanied by lovingly-collected notes and photographs.

                                John ColtraneMy Favorite Things: Coltrane at NewportImpulse

                                Definitive live performances from the Newport festivals of 1963 and 1965, with separate versions of 'My Favourite Things' and a previously unreleased 23-minute version of 'Impressions'.

                                  John ColtraneThe John Coltrane Quartet Plays...Impulse

                                  Live recording from 1965 of The John Coltrane Quartet Playsing Chim Chim Cheree (from Walt Disney's Mary Poppins).

                                    John ColtraneColtrane (1962)Impulse!

                                    Coltrane's first for Impulse, in 1962, was also the first recording for the classic quartet line-up and is a beautiful blend of extended modal solos, as on "Out Of This World", weaving soprano on "The Inch Worm" and masterful balladry on "Soul Eyes".

                                    Deluxe version contains 10 bonus tracks, including the previously unreleased "Not Yet"

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