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John Coltrane More Live At The Showboat 1963
With Tyner, Garrison and Roy Haynes in 1963. Intriguingly, this killer setlist played half as a trio, and with Trane on the piano for After The Rain, because Tyner was late.







George Russell New York N.Y.
One of the great jazz albums of all time, an orchestra date, intimate, tightly-knit, with genius and unique arrangements, beautiful soloing from the likes of Trane and Bill Evans, and Jon Hendricks' hip intros.



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 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, 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 Kulu Se Mama
The classic quartet in 1965 with Pharoah, Donald Garrett, the great West Coast drummer Frank Butler, surprisingly, and Juno Lewis, all joining in on the title track.



John Coltrane Last Performance At Newport 1966
With Pharoah and Alice, Jimmy Garrison and Rashied Ali. Late, scorching, previously unissued recordings torrential expressivity worn to holy fire a bit shoddily presented.





Thelonious Monk With John Coltrane At Carnegie Hall
Triumphant 1957 concert that capped the quartet's 5-month stint at the Five Spot, the making of Trane's mature style.




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