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Ornette Coleman Twins
With Scott La Faro (bass), Ed Blackwell (drums), Don Cherry (trumpet), Charlie Haden (bass), Billy Higgins (drums); also Eric Dolphy (bass clarinet) and Freddie Hubbard (trumpet).



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.




John Coltrane Coltrane Jazz
Heavy vinyl, cut from the original analogue master, in a quality sleeve. These RTI issues from Rhino are way superior to your usual 180g kidology. Like Sonny is here, Fifth House...



John Coltrane Coltrane's Sound
A spiritual jazz masterpiece one of the deepest, most neglected of his Atlantics with Equinox, set to blow anyone away. The more expensive LP is 'RTI HQ-180': much superior, well worth the extra.



John Coltrane Bags And Trane
Well-matched with Milt Jackson (and Hank Jones, Paul Chambers and Connie Kay) in 1959. Stretching out in two Jackson compositions and three standards. One-off Japanese Warner-Pioneer press from 1972.





Eugene McDaniels Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse
Funky soul-jazz classic, with a nice line in political dissent and vitriol, and stuffed with samples. (Tribe, the Beasties and Pete Rock, for three.) The CD is a factory-sealed cut-out, notched on the spine.