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Performer: John Coltrane
Title: The Best Of John Coltrane - His Greatest Years
Country: US
Released: 1971
Style: Free Jazz, Modal
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.3 ✦
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A1 Africa
Alto Saxophone – Eric DolphyArranged By – Eric DolphyBaritone Saxophone – Laurdine PatrickBass – Art Davis, Reggie WorkmanEuphonium – Carl BowmanFeaturing – John ColtraneFrench Horn – Donald Corrado, Julius Watkins, Bob Northern*, Robert Swisshel*Producer – Creed TaylorTrombone – Britt WoodmanTrumpet – Booker LittleTuba – Bill Barber
9:50
A2 Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
Bass – Reggie Workman
6:25
A3 Soul Eyes 5:19
B1 After The Rain
Drums – Roy Haynes
4:07
B2 Afro-Blue 10:46
B3 Alabama 5:01
C1 My Favourite Things
Drums – Roy Haynes
10:59
C2 Bessie's Blues 3:30
C3 Psalm (A Love Supreme, Part IV) 7:03
D1 Kulu Se Mama (Opening Section Of Juno Se Mama)
Bass, Clarinet [Bass] – Donald GarrettDrums – Frank ButlerPercussion, Vocals – Juno LewisProducer, Engineer – John ColtraneTenor Saxophone – Pharoah Sanders
4:15
D2 Naima
Drums – Rashied AliPercussion – Emanuel Rahim*Piano – Alice ColtraneTenor Saxophone – Pharoah Sanders
15:03
D3 Om (Closing Invocation)
Bass – Donald GarrettEngineer – Jan KurtisFlute – Joe BrazilTenor Saxophone – Pharoah Sanders
1:48

Credits

  • Bass – Jimmy Garrison (tracks: A3, B1 to D3)
  • Drums – Elvin Jones (tracks: A1 to A3, B2, B3, C2 to D1, D3)
  • Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder (tracks: A2 to B3, C2, C3, D2)
  • Piano – McCoy Tyner (tracks: A1 to D1, D3)
  • Producer – Bob Thiele (tracks: A2 to C3, D2, D3), Don Thorn, Ed Michel
  • Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane (tracks: A2 to D3)

Notes

1971 on label.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AS-9200-2 John Coltrane The Best Of John Coltrane - His Greatest Years ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat) Impulse! AS-9200-2 US 1970
AS-9200-2 John Coltrane The Best Of John Coltrane - His Greatest Years ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat) Impulse! AS-9200-2 US 1970
AS-9200-2 John Coltrane The Best Of John Coltrane - His Greatest Years ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat) Impulse! AS-9200-2 US 1977
AS-9200-2, AS-2-9200 John Coltrane The Best Of John Coltrane - His Greatest Years ‎(2xLP, Comp, RE, Pin) Impulse!, MCA Records AS-9200-2, AS-2-9200 US 1980
MCA2-4131 John Coltrane The Best Of John Coltrane - His Greatest Years ‎(2xLP, Comp) MCA Records, Impulse! MCA2-4131 US 1980


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Bass – Jimmy GarrisonBass, Bass Clarinet – Donald GarrettDrums – Elvin Jones, Frank ButlerPercussion, Vocals – Juno LewisPiano – McCoy TynerProducer, Tenor Saxophone – John ColtraneTenor Saxophone – Pharoah SandersWritten-By – Julian Lewis.

His Greatest Years: The Best of John Coltrane.

Bass, Clarinet – Donald GarrettDrums – Frank ButlerPercussion, Vocals – Juno LewisProducer, Engineer – John ColtraneTenor Saxophone – Pharoah Sanders. Producer – Bob Thiele (tracks: A2 to C3, D2, D3), Don Thorn, Ed Michel. Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane (tracks: A2 to D3). Notes. Original pressing (see label images). Other Versions (5 of 15) View All. Cat.

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 later was at the forefront of free jazz. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "His Greatest Years, Vol. 1: The Best of John Coltrane Album.

John William Coltrane (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 and was at the forefront of free jazz. He led at least fifty recording sessions and appeared on many albums by other musicians, including trumpeter Miles Davis and pianist Thelonious Monk. Over the course of his career, Coltrane's music took on an increasingly spiritual dimension

John Coltrane ‎–The Best Of John Coltrane - His Greatest Years. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise 6:25. 2 Vinyl, LP, Compilation,Gatefold. For only the small increase in cost of the weight difference. In rare new sealed condition! £2. 7. Title: The Best Of John Coltrane His Greatest Years. The gatefold cover is rough. It has edge/corner scuffs, corner ding upper right. ring wear, split back half of gatefold top center, & stain along edge inside gatefold. Style: ardeSpeed: 33 RPMDuration: Double LP.

Coltrane was just as capable of sweet introspection as he was of furious deconstruction. This delicate tribute to his then wife makes cunning use of a floating refrain that never quite reaches its conclusion. 5. MY FAVOURITE THINGS – From My Favourite Things (1960) – To this point the soprano saxophone had, in jazz, been associated almost exclusively with the old-school stylings of Sidney Bechet. 3. ASCENSION Part I – From Ascension (1965) – A bit of a cheat this. The track is essentially an entire vinyl album. But it would be a scandal to leave out Coltrane’s exhaustingly powerful experiment in big-band free jazz. Begins with a crazy fanfare to the heavens and goes on to invite solos from a host of talent including Freddie Hubbard, Pharoah Sanders and Archie Shepp. 2. A LOVE SUPREME Part I – ACKNOWLEDGMENT – From A Love Supreme (1965) – Another slight cheat.

A Love Supreme - John Coltrane This album completely revolutionized the jazz scene in 1965 and even today its influence can be found in many musical styles. The Best of the Hot 5 & Hot 7 Recordings - Louis Armstrong No greatest jazz album list is complete without Louis Armstrong. Besides being a legendary entertainer and musician, he helped bring jazz out of it's dixieland roots into a more contemporary sound. This album is a compilation of some of his best recordings from his early years in the 1920's as he set up the template for modern jazz era to come having musician taking turns soloing individually rather than the group jam style of dixieland.