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Old 09-17-2019, 03:58 AM   #331 (permalink)
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Old 09-21-2019, 10:06 AM   #332 (permalink)
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Nothing Ever Was, Anyway: Music of Annette Peacock by by pianist Marilyn Crispell, bassist Gary Peacock, and drummer Paul Motian

Crispellís intrepretation are very 20th C classical third stream while Peacock swings in a very distant kind of way but still more obviously rooted in jazz. Motian is extraordinarily intuitive. Every bit of percussion is brilliantly complimentary. Obviously this is an all star cast. You expect everyone to step up and they definitely do. This is a perfect beautifully cohesive record. Unassailable 5/5.
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Old 09-23-2019, 07:18 AM   #333 (permalink)
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Live in Seattle by John Coltrane

Thereís a reason why this is a darling among fans. Pharoah SandersĎ contributions blend perfectly with Coltrane. Jimmy Garrison and McCoy Tyner are given lots of space. Coltrane is in top form. Itís the classic quartet plus three playing free jazz in a hard bop framework.
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Sun Ship by John Coltrane

This record represents the furthest the Classic Quartet ventured into the avant garde. Usually, on Coltrane’s birthday I like to watch the sun rise listening to this record but I was late this year.
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Bags & Trane by John Coltrane and Milt Jackson

Almost entirely hard bop with tiny hints of modal themes. They made a great team. Paul Chambers bows a beautiful bass solo on the eponymous track which youíll have to take the time to re-order the tracks to the original positioning if you listen to it on Spotify and want it to be correctly placed at track one. Itís worth it because Spotify uses the CD version which opens the album with a previously unreleased outtake. Pianist Hank Jones puts a lot of swing in the record and MJQ drummer Connie Kay keeps up the tempo.
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'Round About Midnight by The First Great Miles Davis Quintet

Thereís not many records Iíve listened to more than this one. Obviously, I love Coltraneís contributions. And one of my favorite drummers, Philly Joe Jones. Any critic who gives this anything less than the highest possible rating is goddamn fool.
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Crescent by John Coltrane Quartet

The Classic Quartet solidifies their signature sound with this masterpiece. Another one I’ve listened to countless times.

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Blues to Coltrane by Cal Massey

Massey composed some good music and played the trumpet. He played on stage with Coltrane a few times but afaik it was never recorded. As you can see from the cover Jimmy Garrison plays on this record. Massey died in 1972.
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Ascension by John Coltrane

The full Classic Quartet plus 7 others all in full attack mode. This is not a record, like Live in Seattle, thatís about space. Itís about chaotic close interactions and balls to the wall soloing. The most definitive free jazz record ever recorded.
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