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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 Coltrane Time
With Cecil Taylor and Kenny Dorham, Chuck Israels and Louis Hayes fine bebop; and a gripping struggle to keep a slippery lid on the transgressiveness to come. Also known as Drive.




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.





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 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.



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