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John Coltrane At Temple University 1966
Very late, ecstatic performances, previously unissued, including a free-wheeling Naima. With Pharoah Sanders, Alice Coltrane, Jimmy Garrison and Rashied Ali.



John Coltrane Live At The Jazz Gallery 1960
Previously unissued first recordings of Trane and Tyner together, and of Trane playing soprano (though he also plays tenor during the set). Two months into his initial quartet, with Pete La Roca drumming.



John Coltrane Stockholm Concerts
With McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones the classic quartet live in 1962. Two complete concerts.




John Coltrane Live In Paris
Tyner, Garrison, Jones, 1965.



John Coltrane Live 1962
Half with Dolphy in Greenwich Village; the classic quartet in Europe, the rest.



John Coltrane Africa Brass
The cheaper LP is from Dol.




John Coltrane The Last Trane
The OJC CD is a factory-sealed cut-out, with a small hole drilled in the back of the case, top left.




John Coltrane Jazz Way Out
From the 1958-59 sessions which produced the Savoy LPs Gold Coast and Dial Africa, originally issued under the name of fluegelhornist Wilbur Harden. Curtis Fuller and Tommy Flanagan, too.



John Coltrane Stardust
Prestige sides cut during his last months with Miles. With Paul Chambers, Red Garland, Jimmy Cobb. Audiophile clear vinyl.



John Coltrane The Believer
The 1958-9 Prestige, in fact headed up by the tuba player Ray Draper. The title-track is a McCoy Tyner composition; a young Freddie Hubbard is outstanding. Bassist Spanky DeBrest is a name to savour.



John Coltrane Ballads
JC plays beautifully, of course, showing his conservative detractors what-for; McCoy Tyner brings it on. Audiophile Clear Vinyl.



John Coltrane, Archie Shepp New Thing At Newport
Original. Light dings top left, bottom right.