John Coltrane Quartet Plays [Reissue]

John Coltrane Quartet Plays [Reissue]

by John Coltrane Quartet

CD(German Import)

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John Coltrane Quartet Plays [Reissue]

One of the turning points in the career of John Coltrane came in 1965. The great saxophonist, whose playing was always very explorative and searching, crossed the line into atonality during that year, playing very free improvisations (after stating quick throwaway themes) that were full of passion and fury. This particular studio album has two standards (a stirring "Chim Chim Cheree" and "Nature Boy") along with two recent Coltrane originals ("Brazilia" and "Song of Praise"). Art Davis plays the second bass on "Nature Boy," but otherwise this set (a perfect introduction for listeners to Coltrane's last period) features the classic quartet comprised of the leader, pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Jimmy Garrison, and drummer Elvin Jones.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/24/2009
Label: Imports
UPC: 0602517920323
catalogNumber: 5003243
Rank: 42606

Album Credits

Performance Credits

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

Technical Credits

John Coltrane   Composer
Rudy Van Gelder   Engineer
Richard M. Sherman   Composer
Robert B. Sherman   Composer
Bob Thiele   Producer,Audio Production
Eden Ahbez   Composer
Lee Tanner   Cover Photo
Hollis King   Art Direction
Frank Kofsky   Liner Notes
Joe Lebow   Liner Design

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John Coltrane Quartet Plays [Reissue] 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Stanley More than 1 year ago
Many of you may think it unfair of me to rate this fine music strickly on the terms of Impulse's poor manufacturing techniques but here goes anyway! The CD is made of wafer thin plastic which cracks very easily and even more so because they mount it on a super thick and hard plastic spindle that simply wont let go of the CD until it cracks. Way to go Impulse!