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The Atlantic Years (In Mono)

John Coltrane CD6

The Atlantic Years (In Mono) (2016)

Format: CD6 - Glasba

Code: 081227946418

CD1 GIANT STEPS

  1. Giant Steps
  2. Cousin Mary
  3. Countdown
  4. Spiral
  5. Syeeda’s Song Flute
  6. Naima
  7. Mr P.C.

CD2 BAGS & TRANE (WITH MILT JACKSON)

  1. Bags & Trane
  2. Three Little Words
  3. The Night We Called It A Day
  4. Be-Bop
  5. The Late Late Blues

CD3 OLE COLTRANE

  1. Olé
  2. Dahomey Dance
  3. Aisha

CD4 COLTRANE PLAYS THE BLUES

  1. Blues To Elvin
  2. Blues To Bechet
  3. Blues To You
  4. Mr. Day
  5. Mr. Syms
  6. Mr. Knight

CD5 THE AVANT-GARDE (WITH DON CHERRY)

  1. Cherryco
  2. Focus On Sanity
  3. The Blessing
  4. The Invisible
  5. Bemsha Swing

CD6 THE COLTRANE LEGACY

  1. 26-2
  2. Original Untitled Ballad
  3. Untitled Ballad
  4. Centerpiece
  5. Stairway To The Stars
  6. Blues Legacy

 

 

 

While John Coltrane first gained attention for his revolutionary ‘sheets of sound’ technique, it was the deep spirituality of his music that really made his recordings as a bandleader such classics.  The albums Coltrane recorded for Atlantic in 1959 and 1960 represent the heart of his unparalleled legacy. 

John Coltrane’s life will be the subject of a new documentary, Chasin’ Trane, out later this year, and now, for the first time since their original release, Rhino has assembled 6 of his mono albums from the Atlantic vaults for CD and LP boxed set.

The John Coltrane Atlantic Mono Boxed Set allows a chance to not only understand better how Coltrane’s music first appeared to dedicated listeners through the 1960s.  When these recordings first made it to the retail shelves, a majority of consumers were taking the discs home and listening to them on equipment that played the music monaurally. Commercial stereo releases first began to appear in 1958—meaning that all of Coltrane’s Atlantic recordings were released simultaneously in both mono and stereo formats. By ’68 the label began to phase out mono releases.

Musical preferences are always subjective, yet the value of The John Coltrane Atlantic Mono Boxed Set far exceeds musical nostalgia; it offers historical validity, the same aural experience that greeted fans when these albums were first released.  Unfortunately the mono masters of three albums—My Favorite Things, Coltrane Jazz, and Coltrane’s Sound—were lost in a fire, thus explaining their omission from this box.

Price: 39,99 €

John Coltrane

Hamlet NC, United States (1926 – 1967) John William Coltrane (Hamlet, North Carolina, September 23, 1926 – Huntington, New York, July 17, 1967) was an American jazz saxophonist and composer. American jazz great John Coltrane emerged in the 1950s, playing tenor and soprano sax with Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis and Thelonious Monk. A leader of “hard bop”, in the 1960s he led his own groups and changed the face of jazz with experimentation and improvisation, his later recordings reflecting his belief that music was a form of spiritual expression. Sometimes called simply ‘Trane, his recordings include Giant Steps (1959), My Favorite Things (1960), Olé (1961) and A Love Supreme (1964). In his later recordings he collaborated on avante-garde music with his wife, Alice Coltrane (b. Alice McLeod, 1937-2007), who had a career in her own right. The band sometimes called Coltrane’s “classic quartet” of the early 1960s included McCoy Tyner (piano), Elvin Jones (drums) and Jimmy Garrison (bass). Despite a relatively ...

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