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



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



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'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.



Johnny Griffin A Blowing Session
Lee Morgan, John Coltrane, Hank Mobley, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, Art Blakey.
Late-eighties Capitol issue.




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



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 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 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 The Complete 1962 Birdland Broadcasts
With Eric Dolphy, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, Elvin Jones.



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