John Coltrane & Friends - Sideman: Trane's Blue Note Sessions John Coltrane & Various Artists
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- 3Easy To Love03:53
- 5Trane's Blues (aka John Paul Jones)06:56
- 7Trane's Strain11:01
- 8High Step08:11
- 9Nixon, Dixon And Yates Blues08:28
- 11Whims Of Chambers04:03
- 13We Six07:40
- 14Dear Ann04:18
- 15Tale Of The Fingers04:41
- 16Just For The Love03:42
- 17The Way You Look Tonight09:38
- 18Ball Bearing08:09
- 19All The Things You Are10:12
- 20Smoke Stack10:11
- 21Smoke Stack11:01
- 22With A Song In My Heart07:52
- 23Speak Low06:46
- 24Come Rain Or Come Shine07:25
- 25Sonny's Crib13:24
- 26News For Lulu08:29
- 27Sonny's Crib09:53
- 28Speak Low05:02
- 29With A Song In My Heart07:57
Info for John Coltrane & Friends - Sideman: Trane's Blue Note Sessions
John Coltrane only ever cut one album as a leader for Blue Note Records – the monumental Blue Train – but he also recorded on a handful of other sides for the label over the years – all of which are collected here! Truthfully, some of these sets were done for labels that have now become part of the Blue Note fold – and one was a session that was unissued at the time – but together the tracks really illustrate the growing Coltrane of the late 50s – a player who was able to step into different dynamic modes than on his records with Miles Davis, and his early sides for Prestige as a leader.
Our favorites here are two albums with bassist Paul Chambers as the leader – Chambers Music and Whims Of Chambers – both really inventive in their styles and structures, thanks to Paul's unique musical vision – and undoubtedly an influence on the direction that Coltrane would take on the Atlantic and Impulse labels. The set also features the more freewheeling Blowing Session – done with tenorist Johnny Griffin, in a mode that recalls some of Coltrane's more open work for Prestige – as well as the razor sharp Sonny's Crib, with the great pianist Sonny Clark in the lead.
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