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John Coltrane Coltrane
Totally unmissable just for the opener, a killer, 15-minute version of Arlen's show-tune Out Of This World drums and bass locking it down, Trane taking flight. From 1962, between Ole and Impressions. Doxy LP.






John Coltrane Blue Train
Hard-blowing bop classic filled out by Curtis Fuller's trombone.



John Coltrane Like Sonny
Sublime session from LA in 1960 with new man McCoy Tyner on piano. Paired with the odd but enjoyable album from 1958 with tuba-player Ray Draper's quartet.



John Coltrane One Down, One Up
A revelation when released in 2006: new-found tapes from two nights at the Half Note in the quartet's last year, 1965. Awesome Coltrane.



John Coltrane Ole
The last Atlantic is a masterpiece, modal heaven. Ole is thunderous (two bass players), Aisha a gorgeous ballad. 'George Lane' is Eric Dolphy; Freddie Hubbard's here, too.



John Coltrane Giant Steps
Trane's majestic debut for Atlantic. The CD-only alternates are intriguing and not a bore (from several dates in 1959 with various pianists and drummers).



John Coltrane My Favorite Things
With the classic, studio version of the title track. The drummer John Stevens (much-missed) used to rave about Steve Davis, seldom recorded but here on bass.




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