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Ornette Coleman Something Else
Already his own man in this 1958 recording debut, on plastic alto, with Don Cherry and Billy Higgins in the line-up from the get-go. Great OC tunes, bluesy and wonky, not really something else quite yet. DC's ace. ...






Steve Coleman Harvesting Semblances And Affinities
A triumphant return to recording for the influential M-Base flagship, The Five Elements. Bristling and oblique, yet flowing and bracing. The playing is brilliant throughout; singer Jen Shyu tears it down.




Johnny Coles Little Johnny C
The fine trumpeter in 1963 with Joe Henderson, Duke Pearson and Pete La Roca, blimey when he was with Gil Evans, years before stints with Mingus, Herbie, the Duke, Blakey. Japanese LP, with obi.



John Coltrane And Don Cherry The Avant-Garde
The trumpeter in particular thriving in the strangeness of the set-up Trane with Ornette's band, on soprano, playing three Colemans, a Monk and a Cherry.




John Coltrane, Archie Shepp New Thing At Newport
From 1965 the classic Coltrane quartet doing One Down, One Up; and four from a Shepp quartet including Barre Phillips, Bobby Hutcherson and Joe Chambers.



John Coltrane Traneing In
With the Red Garland Trio.



John Coltrane Lush Life
From 1957 and 58 sessions, dusted down in 1961. The trio settings give him room to shine... but this is a must for the fourteen-minute title-track, with Byrd, Red Garland, Louis Hayes, Paul Chambers. Just stunning.