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John Coltrane- Coltrane's Sound (1964)

Updated: Jan 4

John Coltrane- Coltrane's Sound

(Atlantic Records)

Released July 1964

Recorded October 24 and 26, 1960

Coltrane's Sound, a 1964 release by Atlantic Records, unveils timeless brilliance from jazz icon John Coltrane and his quartet. Recorded in 1960 and kept in the vault for four years, the album defies age, spotlighting Coltrane's mastery alongside McCoy Tyner,  Elvin Jones, and Steve Davis. Tracks like "The Night Has A Thousand Eyes" and "Central Park West" showcase the quartet's dynamic range, while originals like "Liberia" reveal Coltrane's expressive genius. Notable for introducing “Coltrane changes,” the album also features the classic "Equinox" and "Satellite." A testament to Coltrane's artistry, Coltrane's Sound remains an enduring but slightly under-discussed gem in jazz history.

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