by John Coltrane

(1962) Impulse #GRD156

Personnel John Coltrane (t.s), McCoy Tyner (p) Jimmy Garrison (b) Elvin Jones (d)
Description This is one of the most beautiful albums I have heard. 'Trane is sublime, and McCoy Tyners' playing is faultless. Magnificently played melodies and solos, with fantatic chord voicings.
Posted By JASON D.D.R. (43)
Directory Recordings: Jazz
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On 3/11/2000, Frederick Burton (5465) posted:
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Excellent recording!!! This recording along with the "Ellington" recording and the recording he did with the male vocalist (name slips my mind....sorry), really shows a different side of his style. Then you have his avante-garde stuff.
On 3/8/2000, JASON D.D.R. (43) posted:
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This album is a must have. It is an astounding achievement. To play such beautiful lines that are so tasteful and musical, is a testament to Coltranes ability. For a player who is known for 'Giant steps', this is a very different side, but none the less impressive.