John Coltrane Quartet -Impressions

McCoy Tyner:Piano
Jimmy Garrison:Bass
Elvin Jones:Drums


John Coltrane – Belgium 1965 (Full Performance)


Untitled Original (Vigil) – 0:00
Naima – 9:08
My Favorite Things – 16:49



John Coltrane


Any newly discovered music from a legend on the order of John Coltrane is an event. But the reason advance buzz has been particularly feverish for Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album, a previously unissued session from March of 1963, is that it comes from the era of his so-called Classic Quartet. Simply put, the group – featuring pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Jimmy Garrison and drummer Elvin Jones – was Coltrane’s greatest band, a unit perfectly poised between hard-edged swing and gravity-defying exploration. And here, suddenly, we have 90 minutes of excellent-sounding material from them that most never knew existed.

Naima · John Coltrane

Drums: Jimmy Cobb
Tenor Saxophone: John Coltrane
Producer: Nesuhi Ertegun
Bass Guitar: Paul Chambers
Engineer: Phil Iehle
Engineer: Tom Dowd
Piano: Wynton Kelly
Composer: John Coltrane

℗ 1960 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.
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