Recorded in New York City - October 21 to 24, 1960. The Legend Of John Coltrane. Atlantic red and purple (mono) label. Other Versions (5 of 85) View All. Cat.
John Coltrane, The Atlantic Years-In Mono (Disc 1). Used drive : ASUS BW-12D1S-U Adapter: 1 ID: 1. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No. Read offset correction : 667 Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes Delete leading and trailing silent blocks : No Null samples used in CRC calculations : Yes Used interface : Native Win32 interface for Win NT & 2000 Gap handling : Appended to previous track. Used output format : User Defined Encoder Selected bitrate : 1024 kBit/s Quality.
Bags & Trane (Mono Version), 07:28. Focus On Sanity (Mono Version), 12:10. Original Untitled Ballad (Mono Version), 09:00. Bemsha Swing (Mono Version), 05:04. Bruce Springsteen Streets of Philadelphia. ABBA The Winner Takes It All. Радио Монте-Карло. Bryan Adams (Everything I Do) I Do It For You.
Devoted Coltrane followers will note that three key Atlantic sets have not been mentioned here. The fidelity of this short snippet is fantastic, making one only further mourn the loss of the complete master of this album. The textured slipcase is hefty and each album is housed in a hard cardboard jacket with a glossy cover.
Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album is a studio album recorded by saxophonist John Coltrane for Impulse! Records that was first released in 2018. The recordings were made in 1963 during Coltrane's Classic Quartet period and lost for decades. Both Directions at Once was recorded in Van Gelder Studio in New Jersey on March 6, 1963, by saxophonist John Coltrane and his Quartet: double bassist Jimmy Garrison, drummer Elvin Jones, and pianist McCoy Tyner.
Album: The Atlatnic Years in Mono. Artist: John Coltrane. Of all the names to conjure with from jazz’s golden age, none is so revered, so obscured by myth, so loaded with assumptions, as that of John Coltrane. The North Carolina-born saxophonist, who died in 1967 at the age of 40, is the fulcrum about which modern jazz pivots. The severe separation of Atlantic’s early stereo releases means that these mono masters clarify the sound somewhat, but after a while, all that ceases to matter. You’re listening to John Coltrane and even on a cheap compact cassette – which is how these particular ears first encountered Giant Steps – these recordings glow with pure joy. Bothering about the sound quality is a little like asking the guy who has just been to the moon whether his seat cushion was soft enough.
While John Coltrane first gained attention for his revolutionary "sheets of sound" technique, it was the deep spirituality of his music that really made his recordings as a bandleader such classics. The albums he recorded for Atlantic in 1959 and 1960 represent the heart of his legacy. For the first time since their original release, this box set gathers Coltrane's mono recordings from the Atlantic vaults to be released as a 6CD box set. - Packaged in an elegant cloth-bound box. - Fully remastered in glorious mono
The Atlantic Years In Mo. .has been added to your Cart. While John Coltrane first gained attention for his revolutionary "sheets of sound" technique, it was the deep spirituality of his music that really made his recordings as a bandleader such classics. This box set gathers Coltrane's mono recordings from the Atlantic vaults to be released as a 6LP set with a 7" vinyl single. Packaged in an elegant hard-bound box. - Fully remastered in glorious mono.