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Mr. Knight - John Coltrane - Coltrane Plays The Blues (CD, Album)

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Label: Atlantic Jazz - CD 1382 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop, Modal


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4 thoughts on “ Mr. Knight - John Coltrane - Coltrane Plays The Blues (CD, Album)

  1. Zuluktilar
    Coltrane 's sessions for Atlantic in late October were prolific, yielding the material for My Favorite Things, Coltrane Plays the Blues, and Coltrane's Sound.9/
  2. Vogul
    Coltrane was in a comfort zone anytime he was playing the blues as he shows throughout this album. The opening track on the album is entitled "Blues to Elvin". Its a rarity because it was composed by Elvin Jones and I'm pretty sure it was the only tune he wrote during his tenure in Coltrane's band/5(69).
  3. Bralkis
    On this recording he also plays the soprano sax as in the first cut, "Blues to Elvin." I should mention that it features McCoy Tyner (P), Steve Davis (B) & Elvin Jones (D). Trane plays at all tempos, & composed the tunes himself, except for the 1st slow Blues by Elvin Jones. There are 7 offerings on the album /5(18).
  4. Tukinos
    Nov 13,  · The music presented on this outing by John Coltrane was designed to wash over you, sonically equal on both speakers (though as I've suggested, a single center speaker might just be better), a full rich and deep sound, one where the instruments blend and ebb together as they would in a /5(47).

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