Stardust (2016 Remaster) John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman
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- 2Time After Time07:47
- 3Love Thy Neighbor09:23
- 4Then I'll Be Tired Of You09:30
Info for Stardust (2016 Remaster)
This is Trane swinging hard with Jimmy Cobb, Freddie Hubbard, Red Garland and Paul Chambers on Stardust; Time After Time; Love Thy Neighbor, and Then I'll Be Tired of You.
„In 1958, John Coltrane had yet to take the modal post-bop plunge. He was still a hard bopper, although his "sheets of sound" solos were certainly among the most interesting, creative, and distinctive that bop had to offer in the late '50s. Stardust contains some highlights of two bop-oriented Coltrane dates from 1958: one is a July 11 session with trumpeter/flugelhornist Wilbur Harden, pianist Red Garland, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Jimmy Cobb, the other is a December 26 session with Garland, Chambers, trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, and drummer Art Taylor. At both sessions, Coltrane's playing is quite engaging. He is a lyrical, expressive ballad player on "Then I'll Be Tired of You," "Stardust," and "Time After Time," but he swings fast and aggressively on "Love Thy Neighbor" (the only track on this 39-minute program that isn't a ballad). And at both sessions, Coltrane is well served by Garland's piano and Chambers' bass. When Coltrane was playing alongside those jazzmen in Miles Davis' 1955-1957 quintet, he enjoyed a strong rapport with both of them -- and that rapport wasn't any less strong in 1958. It is no coincidence that Prestige's A&R department united Coltrane with Garland and Chambers so often; Prestige knew how compatible all of them were. Although not quite essential, Stardust paints a consistently attractive picture of Coltrane's 1958 output.“ (Alex Henderson, AMG)
John Coltrane, tenor saxophone
Wilbur Harden, flugelhorn (track 1), trumpet (3)
Freddie Hubbard, trumpet (4)
Red Garland, piano
Paul Chambers, bass
Jimmy Cobb, drums (1, 3)
Arthur Taylor, drums (2, 4)
Recorded July 11, 1958 (tracks #1, 3), December 26, 1958 (tracks #2, 4) at Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ
Produced by Bob Weinstock
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