John Coltrane – Coltrane Jazz



Analogue Productions (Atlantic 75 Series)

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AAPA 062-45




45 RPM Vinyl Record

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  • Analogue Productions (Atlantic 75 Series)
  • Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Atlantic Records!
  • Coltrane playing with his former Miles Davis bandmates
  • Featuring originals "Harmonique" and "Like Sonny"
  • 180-gram 45 RPM double LP
  • Pressed at Quality Record Pressings
  • Gatefold old-style "tip-on" jacket by Stoughton Printing

The first album to hit the shelves after Giant StepsColtrane Jazz was recorded in November and December 1959, although one of the eight tracks (“Villiage Blues”) was recorded in late 1960. On everything save the aforementioned “Village Blues,” Coltrane used the Miles Davis rhythm section of pianist Wynton Kelly, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Jimmy Cobb

AllMusic describes Coltrane Jazz as the saxophone legend’s preparation for his launch into his peak years of the 1960s. There are three standards aboard, but the group reaches their peak on Coltrane’s original material, particularly “Harmonique” with its melodic leaps and upper-register saxophone strains and the winding, slightly Eastern-flavored principal riffs of “Like Sonny,” dedicated to Sonny Rollins. The moody “Village Blues” features the lineup of McCoy Tyner on piano, Elvin Jones on drums, and Steve Davis on bass; with the substitution of Jimmy Garrison on bass, that personnel would play on Coltrane’s most influential and beloved 1960s albums.

Sound excellence can be found on this definitive deluxe 180-gram 45 RPM 2LP Analogue Productions (Atlantic 75 Series) reissue of Coltrane Jazz.

Side 1
  • Little Old Lady
  • Village Blues

Side 2

  • My Shining Hour
  • Fifth House

Side 3

  • Harmonique
  • Like Sonny

Side 4

  • I’ll Wait And Pray
  • Some Other Blues
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