Jose Reyes

Jose Reyes

A treasure collection of less played tunes from John Coltrane, the “Coltrane Jazz ” album

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Here’s a not so mentioned recording sessions from 1959-60 and which took place in March 26, November 24, December 2nd of 1959 and October of 1960. “Coltrane Jazz” was released in 1961, learn more about the album and the reissues here. This album is a must-have and which contains many tunes that were not duplicated and/or improvised differently on other records. A great collection of outstanding classic songs that are, may I say, “leftovers” from other albums. Now there is no excuse, that the Jazz Con Class Radio listeners/readers know about it and are sort of forced to listen to it. Great album, buy it, you have to!

About the album:

Released shortly after the groundbreaking Giant Steps, Coltrane Jazz features a number of takes from the ‘Naima’ session, with Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb, as well as a track with Cedar Walton and Lex Humphries and an early outing by his newly formed quartet featuring pianist McCoy Tyner, Steve Davis and Elvin Jones. While lacking the conceptual strength of many of Coltrane’s greatest works, Coltrane Jazz captures the saxophonist during one of his interesting periods of change, and includes some memorable original tunes. Particularly worth investigating…..Read More

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