Recording Date September 15, Track Listing. Blue Train. John Coltrane. Moment's Notice. I'm Old Fashioned. Lazy Bird. Blue Train John Coltrane. Spotify Amazon. Moment's Notice John Coltrane. Locomotion John Coltrane. Lazy Bird John Coltrane. If one of my friends is ill, I'd like to play a certain song and he will be cured; when he'd be broke, I'd bring out a different song and immediately he'd receive all the money he needed. After Coltrane's death, a congregation Blue Train - John Coltrane - Blue Train (Cassette the Yardbird Temple in San Francisco began worshiping him as God incarnate.
God dwells in the musical majesty of his sounds. Its message of deliverance through divine sound is actually quite consistent with Coltrane's own experience and message.
In both implicit and explicit ways, Coltrane also functioned as a religious figure. Addicted to heroin in the s, he quit cold turkey, and later explained that he had heard the voice of God during his anguishing withdrawal. Inan interviewer in Japan asked Coltrane what he hoped to be in five years, and Coltrane replied, "a saint". The discography below lists albums conceived and approved by Coltrane as a leader during his lifetime. It does not include his many releases as a sideman, sessions assembled into albums by various record labels after Coltrane's contract expired, sessions with Coltrane as a sideman later reissued with his name featured more prominently, or posthumous compilations, except for the one he approved before his death.
See main discography link above for full list. This album was certified gold in the United States in Their son Ravinamed after Ravi Shankaris also a saxophonist. The parent company of Impulse! Narrated by Denzel Washingtonthe film chronicles the life of Coltrane in his own words and includes interviews with such admirers as Wynton MarsalisSonny RollinsBill Clintonand Cornel West.
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Prestige Blue Note Atlantic Impulse! One of Coltrane's most acclaimed recordings, "Giant Steps" features harmonic structures more complex than were used by most jazz musicians of the time. The romantic ballad features Coltrane with pianist Duke Ellington. Saint John Coltrane. Main article: John Coltrane discography.
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A Cappella. The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 27, John Coltrane 2nd ed. New York: Da Capo Press. Retrieved September 4, He just wanted to free himself from playing these strict changes. The bass player and the piano player would lay these chords down, you know, and he played just about everything he could play on these chords. He played 'em upside down. He'd turn 'em around. He played 'em sideways. He did just about everything he could to 'em.
And playing with the drums he didn't have to deal with chord changes and keys and stuff like that. So he was free to play however he wanted to play. There were times I Album) with Trane, he had a battery of drummers, like about three conga players, guys playing batas, shakers and barrels and everything.
On one of his records he did that. At the Village Vanguard, live, Blue Train - John Coltrane - Blue Train (Cassette, we had a whole bunch of drummers plus the traps. And then sometimes he would have double traps. I mean, he would sit behind the drums and play with the band, you know.
He really had something about drums that he loved. All About Jazz. Retrieved March 16, John Coltrane.
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