Various - Davis & Coltrane flac album
Title: Davis & Coltrane
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Coltrane rejoined Davis in January 1958. In October of that year, jazz critic Ira Gitler coined the term "sheets of sound" to describe the style Coltrane developed with Monk and was perfecting in Davis's group, now a sextet. The album was composed at Coltrane's home in Dix Hills on Long Island. The quartet played A Love Supreme live only once-in July 1965 at a concert in Antibes, France. It does not include his many releases as a sideman, sessions assembled into albums by various record labels after Coltrane's contract expired, sessions with Coltrane as a sideman later reissued with his name featured more prominently, or posthumous compilations, except for the one he approved before his death.
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Miles Davis Meets John Coltrane, The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955-1961. Miles Davis & John Coltrane. Four! The Complete Miles Davis Quintet 1955-1956 Recordings, Vol. 1. Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Red Garland, Paul Chambers, Philly Joe Jones. 2. Various Artists, Mal Waldron Sextet, Mal Waldron Sextet.
Various – Davis & Coltrane. Label: La Repubblica - Sabato Musica – none. It Never Entered My Mind.
Miles and Coltrane first collaborated in 1955, when Davis recruited the tenor saxophonist alongside pianist Red Garland, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Philly Joe Jones. This "first great quintet" made their Columbia Records debut in 1957. While the quintet disbanded shortly after the release of 'Round About Midnight, Coltrane was back in Miles' ensemble in early 1958. A year late, the Miles Davis Sextet (Davis, Coltrane, Chambers, saxophonist Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, pianists Bill Evans or Wynton Kelly, and drummer Jimmy Cobb) recorded the historic Kind Of Blue, the best-selling jazz album of all time. And for this final tour the rhythm section of Kelly, Chambers and Cobb backed Miles and Trane.
Coltrane is a 1962 studio album by jazz saxophonist John Coltrane. When reissued on CD, it featured a Coltrane composition dedicated to his hero "Big Nick" Nicholas which Coltrane would record later the same year with his Ellington collaboration Duke Ellington & John Coltrane. The composition "Tunji" was written by Coltrane in dedication to the Nigerian drummer, Babatunde Olatunji.
This group backing Davis, Coltrane, and Adderley, with Evans returning for the recording sessions, would make what is often considered the greatest jazz album of all-time, Kind of Blue. Adderley left the band in September 1959 to pursue his own career, returning the lineup to a quintet. Coltrane departed in the spring of 1960, and after interim replacements, Jimmy Heath and Sonny Stitt, Davis plus Kelly, Chambers, and Cobb would continue through 1961 and 1962 with Hank Mobley on tenor sax. The two rhythm sections from the Davis Quintet would also achieve fame on their own.
|1||–John Coltrane||Giant Steps|
|3||–Miles Davis||All Blues|
|7||–Miles Davis||Stella By Starlight|
|8||–Miles Davis||It Never Entered My Mind|
|9||–John Coltrane||My Favourite Things|
|10||–John Coltrane||A Love Supreme|
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