by John Coltrane Quartet

CD(Remastered / Digi-Pak)

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Product Details

Release Date: 06/10/2008
Label: Impulse Records
UPC: 0602517649026
catalogNumber: 001096902
Rank: 40710

Album Credits

Performance Credits

John Coltrane Quartet   Primary Artist
Elvin Jones   Drums
Jimmy Garrison   Bass
McCoy Tyner   Piano
John Coltrane   Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone

Technical Credits

Michael Cuscuna   Liner Notes,Reissue Producer
Rudy Van Gelder   Engineer
Nat Hentoff   Liner Notes,Annotation
Amiri Baraka   Author
Bob Thiele   Producer
Chuck Stewart   Cover Photo
Charles Stewart   Cover Photo
Freddie Paloma   Graphic Design
Hollis King   Art Direction
Joe Lebow   Liner Design
Robert Flynn   Cover Design

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4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
esddmd More than 1 year ago
I like this album over A Love Supreme..
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album is good, but it could have a little bit more energy within it. Still, it does have a lot of energy, but if you want even more, check out something like ''Live @ Birdland''
Guest More than 1 year ago
John Coltrane's album Crescent bursts forth with a creativity unique and sublime. From the depths of blue jazz comes a singular musical emotion, featured prominently on the poetic and tragic tunes Crescent and Wise One. This transcends to the fast paced fervor of the quick and bright Bessie's Blues, and returns into deep dark blue with the saddening unstoppable Lonnie's Lament. Truly the Coltrane Quartet has created a masterpiece. Coltrane's saxohphone is expressive beyond compare, and plays within the framework of all 5 songs to a degree matched only by the perfectly aligned piano from McCoy Tyner. Not to downplay the other incredible musicians, all of whom play with amazing proficiency and style, making the music a collection of instruments vibrating off each other in an intense expressive energy. Of particular note is Elvin Jones on The Drum Thing, a far out escape into the realm of rhythm and freeform musical wonder, rounding off the album and giving it the perfect finish. Not one of these tracks is without unique power and beauty, and all of them represent the highest level of astounding and unparalelled performance. Only the Coltrane Quartet has the ability to express so profoundly the art of jazz.
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