Biography by William Ruhlmann. A titan of the 20th century, the saxophonist pioneered many of the jazz revolutions of the post-hard bop era.
This article presents the discography of the jazz saxophonist and band leader John Coltrane (September 23, 1926 – July 17, 1967). Coltrane participated in his first recording sessions while enlisted in the Navy from August 6, 1945, to August 11, 1946. He performed eight numbers in a pickup band that included trumpeter Dexter Culbertson. These were private recordings not made for official release.
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An album of previously unheard original compositions by the legendary jazz saxophonist has been discovered 55 years after its recording. Sonny Rollins, a peer of Coltrane’s and also regarded as one of the greatest jazz saxophonists of all time, described the discovery as like finding a new room in the Great Pyramid. Among the seven tracks are two completely unheard original compositions, called Untitled Original 11383 and Untitled Original 11386, both of which are played on soprano saxophone
John Coltrane – tenor saxophone Cecil Payne - baritone saxophone Pepper Adams - baritone saxophone Mal Waldron – piano Doug Watkins – bass Art Taylor – drums. Cecil and Pepper dominate this record.
Coltrane" redirects here. For other uses, see Coltrane (disambiguation). Background information. John William Coltrane. Also known as. "Trane". At the end of this period Coltrane recorded his first album as leader for Atlantic Records, Giant Steps (1959), which contained only his compositions. The album's title track is generally considered to have one of the most difficult chord progressions of any widely played jazz composition. Giant Steps utilizes Coltrane changes.
Died: 17 July 1967 in Huntington, Long Island, New York, USA (aged 40). John Coltrane was one of the most influential musicians of the twentieth century. His early recordings capture a musician in the relatively conventional confines of bebop and hardbop, but his enduring legacy primarily rests on the modal jazz pioneered by his classic quartet (1960-64) and by free jazz explorations late in his career.
John Coltrane (Artist) Format: Vinyl. Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album (Deluxe Version). I don't know if it is because the album was recorded in one session, and under rushed circumstances as the liner notes indicate, but the music here is prime Coltrane Quartet. The untitled originals especially so. I am a huge fan of every period of Coltrane's music, but more so of his last music from 1965 til his death.
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.
Performer: John Coltrane
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