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Afro Blue Impressions - John Coltrane 1963 (2013 Remastered)

A Love Supreme - John Coltrane (1964)

John Coltrane - Saxophone McCoy Tyner - Piano Jimmy Garrison - Bass Elvin Jones - Drums

Blue Train - John Coltrane (1957)

Lee Morgan  Curtis Fuller  John Coltrane  Kenny Drew  Paul Chambers  "Philly" Joe Jones

Kind Of Blue - Miles Davis (1959)

Miles Davis - tp Julian "Cannonball" Adderly - as John Coltrane - ts Wyntom Kelly - p (track 2) Bill Evans - p Paul Chambers - b James Cobb - dr

John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman (1963)

John Coltrane Johnny Hartman McCoy Tyner, Piano Jimmy Garrison, Bass Elvin Jones, Drums

The Best Blue Note Album In The World...Ever ! (1999)

The Best Blue Note Album in the World Ever may boast a silly title, but it's hard to argue with what's on this double-disc sampler. Not all of the label's greatest artists are here, but everything is representative, showing how hard bop like John Coltrane's "Blue Train" and Lee Morgan's "The Sidewinder" coexisted with soul-jazz from Grant Green ("Born to Be Blue"), Jimmy Smith ("Back at the Chickenshack"), and Horace Silver ("Song for My Father"). It is true that US3's "Cantaloop" sounds distinctly out of place here and that the latter-day stuff, no matter how good it is, isn't quite as magical as the classic era, but there's no denying that The Best Blue Note Album in the World Ever provides a lot of bang for the buck. (

1-01 –Horace Silver Song For My Father 7:18
1-02 –John Coltrane Blue Train …

Ken Burns Jazz: The Story of America's Music (BOX 5CD's)

In conjunction with documentary filmmaker Ken Burns' ten-part 2000 PBS special, Columbia/Legacy and Verve teamed up to issue a special series of reissues covering much of the history of 20th century jazz. The central release of this program is the five-CD box set Ken Burns Jazz: The Story of America's Music, its 94 selections covering the history of 20th century jazz, from 1917 to the mid-'90s. Chronologically, the set is very skewed toward the first 50 years of that time span; there is only just under a CD's worth of music dating from after the mid-'60s. What's here is a very good range of classic jazz from throughout the decades, touching upon performances, many acknowledged classics, from many of the music's giants: Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Billie Holiday, Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Ornette Coleman, and up toWynton Marsalis and Cassandra Wilson. There are just a few dubious incl…