Afro Blue - Coltrane* - Live At Birdland (CD, Album)

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  1. The recordings that make up Afro Blue Impressions were acquired by jazz impresario/auteur Norman Granz during the tours he produced for many jazz artists during the s, though they weren't issued until Recorded at shows in Berlin and Stockholm, the John Coltrane Quartet-- with pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Jimmy Garrison, and drummer Elvin Jones-- is in tremendous form here, using a.
  2. Oct 05,  · The three tracks from Birdland are Mongo Santamaria’s ‘Afro-Blue’, Billy Eckstine’s ‘I Want To Talk About You’ and ‘The Promise’, a Coltrane original. The Eckstine song .
  3. John Coltrane - Live At Birdland music CD album at CD Universe, John Coltrane, Live at Birdland, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  4. What would turn out to be his finest all-around album, John Coltrane delivered a splendid highly lauded live album in that was one of several performances he gave at New York’s Birdland Café between and , where this one feature the saxophone rebel in a .
  5. This album is good needless to say (It's Coltrane live for god sake) But inferior to One Down One Up: Live at the Half Note, Live in Japan, and Live at the Antibes Jazz Festival. The 39 minute (theres not even a bass solo (!)) version of Afro Blue on Live in Japan is mind blowing and orgasmic. As to where this version is just really really good/5.
  6. Arguably John Coltrane 's finest all-around album, this recording has brilliant versions of "Afro Blue" and "I Want to Talk About You"; the second half of the latter features Coltrane on unaccompanied tenor tearing into the piece but never losing sight of the fact that it is a beautiful ballad/
  7. On tunes like Lady or Afro-Blue Garrison's bass booms so symmetrically and steadily and emotionally, and again, with such strength, that one wild guess that he must be able to tear safes open with his fingers. All the music on this album is Live, whether it was recorded above drinking and talk at Birdland.
  8. Dec 06,  · As time has shown, Coltrane's music is timeless and knowing that it was released 50 years ago doesn't date the effect or, more importantly, the music in the least. Live at Birdland is a transitory record, an overture to excellent achievements that will soon follow afterwards.

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