Andrew Coltrane - Germs album FLAC
Biography by William Ruhlmann. A titan of the 20th century, the saxophonist pioneered many of the jazz revolutions of the post-hard bop era.
Andrew Coltrane playing live at Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Experimental Liberation IV at The Silent Barn in Brooklyn, New York City on May 10, 2014.
Coltrane is an album by jazz musician John Coltrane, released in 1957 on Prestige Records, catalogue 7105. The recordings took place at the studio of Rudy Van Gelder in Hackensack, New Jersey, and document Coltrane's first session as a leader. It has been reissued at times under the title of The First Trane!. As a result of his exposure as a member of the Miles Davis Quintet, Prestige Records owner and producer Bob Weinstock offered Coltrane a recording contract.
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.
Andrew Coltrane - Germs download free. Musician: Andrew Coltrane. Info: Label: Hermitage Tapes – none Type: Cassette, C20 Country: US Date of released: 2010 Category: Electronic Style: Noise.
AM: From athletes to musicians, the truly great artist of any medium always make it look (or in this case, sound) easy. RK: The tone, feel, and improvisation style that Coltrane achieves on this album is something that saxophonists are emulating to this day, more than 50 years after its release. That being said, Mr. PC (Paul Chambers) is the unsung hero of this album. He holds down the low end with such a large sense of command, groove, and sophistication. Andrew Martin and Ryan Kowal.
An album of previously unheard original compositions by the legendary jazz saxophonist has been discovered 55 years after its recording. Sonny Rollins, a peer of Coltrane’s and also regarded as one of the greatest jazz saxophonists of all time, described the discovery as like finding a new room in the Great Pyramid. Among the seven tracks are two completely unheard original compositions, called Untitled Original 11383 and Untitled Original 11386, both of which are played on soprano saxophone