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Posts Tagged ‘John Coltrane’

Seven Steps to Heaven

Today we continue with the story of classical jazz, featuring again some of the jazz legends, such as Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Ella Fitzgerlad, ….
tracklist
Something’s Gotta Give — Ella Fitzgerald
Cloudburst — Lambert, Hendricks and Ross
Killer Joe — Art Farmer and the Benny Golson Jazztet
Cast Your Fate to the Wind — Vince Guaraldi Trio
Since I Fell for You — Dinah Washington
Seven Steps to Heaven — Miles Davis
Lush Life — John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman
The Cat — Jimmy Smith
Watermelon Man — Mongo Santamaría
Fly Me to the Moon — Anita O’Day
Night Train — Oscar Peterson Trio
Chicago — Count Basie and Tony Bennett
I’m in the Mood for Love — Charlie Parker
Cry Me a River — Julie London
Mercy, Mercy, Mercy — Cannonball Adderley

Jazz Masters – Coltrane, Rollins

Let’s talk about classical jazz, masters of jazz, and in today mix we can hear Johm Coltrane and Sonny Rollins

tracklist
Sonny Rollins – Yesterdays 
John Coltrane – Bakai 
Sonny Rollins – All The Things You Are 
John Coltrane – Violets for Your Furs 
Sonny Rollins – Summertime 
John Coltrane – Time Was 
Sonny Rollins – Just Friends 
John Coltrane – While My Lady Sleeps 
Sonny Rollins – Lover Man 
John Coltrane – Chronic Blues 
Sonny Rollins – At McKies’ 
John Coltrane – Traneing In 
John Coltrane – Bass Blues 
John Coltrane – I Want to Talk About You 
John Coltrane – You Say You Care

Jazz #3

Featuring jazz standards of some great names of jazz … .free jazz

tracklist
Chet Baker – Time After Time
Dizzy Gillespie – Con Alma
Eric Dolphy – God bless the child
John Coltrane – Equinox
Ornette Coleman – Blues Connotation
Archie Shepp Quartet – The Thrill is gone (R.Henderson)
Thelonious Monk Quartet – Blue Monk
Archie Shepp – Mama Rose
Miles Davis – Boplicity
Charles Mingus – Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
Albert Ayler – Goin’ home
Alice Coltrane – Wisdom Eye
Pharoah Sanders – Astral Travelling

The Best of Blue Note No.10

tracklist

Ike Quebec – Topsy
Charlie Parker – Ornithology
Miles Davis – Jeru
Billie Holiday – Detour Ahead
Django Reinhardt – Coleman Hawkins – Out Of Nowhere.
Count Basie – Sleepwalker’s serenade
Gerry Mulligan – Ill Remember April
Bud Powell – Bouncin With Bud
Paul Chambers With John Coltrane – Tranes Blues (aka John Paul Jones)
James Moody – Moodys All Frantic

The Best of Blue Note no.8

tracklist

Wayne Shorter – Footprints
Thad Jones – April In Paris
Charles Mingus – Summertime
John Coltrane – One And Four
Duke Ellington And Louis Armstrong – Solitude
Herbie Nichols – Lady Sings The Blues
Sonny Clark – Dial S For Sonny
Lou Donaldson – Carvin The Rock
Duke Ellington – Fleurette Africaine
Freddie Hubbard – A Night In Tunisia

Saxophone Saint

John William Coltrane, also known as “Trane” (September 23, 1926 – July 17, 1967), was an American jazz saxophonist and composer. Working in the bebop and hard bop idioms early in his career, Coltrane helped pioneer the use of modes in jazz and was later at the forefront of free jazz. He led at least fifty recording sessions during his career, and appeared as a sideman on many albums by other musicians, including trumpeter Miles Davis and pianist Thelonious Monk.
As his career progressed, Coltrane and his music took on an increasingly spiritual dimension. Coltrane influenced innumerable musicians, and remains one of the most significant saxophonists in music history. He received many posthumous awards and recognitions, including canonization by the African Orthodox Church as Saint John William Coltrane and a special Pulitzer Prize in 2007.

For todays program we chosen one of his famous albums Africa Brass

Playlist
Max Roach – All Africa
Miles Davis Quintet – Airegin
Johtn Coltrane – Liberia
John Coltrane – Tunji
John Coltrane – Africa
John Coltrane – Dahomey Dance
John Coltrane Dakar Dakar
John Coltrane Ogunde
John Coltrane – Tanganyika Trust
John Coltrane Gold Coast
John Coltrane Dial Africa


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