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Greensleeves - The John Coltrane Quartet - Africa/Brass (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. John Coltrane's debut for the Impulse label was a bit unusual, for the great tenor and his quartet were joined by a medium-sized backup group on Eric Dolphy arrangements of "Africa," "Greensleeves," and "Blues Minor." "Africa" in particular is quite memorable although Coltrane would not pursue any further recordings in this direction in the future, making this a change of pace in his discography.9/
  2. Eric Dolphy joins John Coltrane for a big band extravaganza on this classic album from , four years before the watershed Ascension (Editions I-Ii) (Rm). This CD is two complete albums, Africa / Brass and The Africa / Brass Sessions, Vol. 2, plus the track, The Damned Don't Cry/5(9).
  3. This Album combines together the two related Africa/Brass recordings that formed John Coltrane's debut on the Impulse! label. On these dates the great tenor was backed by groups ranging from nine to 14 pieces playing pieces arranged by Eric Dolphy.
  4. This Album combines together the two related Africa/Brass recordings that formed John Coltrane's debut on the Impulse! label. This Album combines together the two related Africa/Brass recordings that formed John Coltrane's debut on the Impulse! label.
  5. The 10 Best John Coltrane Albums To Own On Vinyl. of the piano makes it possible for the bass to solo over the head out — and it was all recorded two days after Africa/Brass. Sun Ship. AM: While we had to leave out A Love Supreme to avoid repetition, we’re at least able to recognize the quartet that played on that landmark album. Why?
  6. Aug 17,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The John Coltrane Quartet - Africa / Brass () vinyl album (side B) YouTube John Coltrane - Africa (Alternate Take: June 4, ) - Duration: AbeokutA MusiC.
  7. The Complete Africa / Brass Sessions, an Album by The John Coltrane Quartet. Released 10 October on Impulse! (catalog no. IMPD; CD). Genres: Modal Jazz, Post-Bop.
  8. The album’s centrepiece is the extended Coltrane composition, ‘Africa’. The tune’s luscious arrangement provides hints of Ellington, Gil Evans and even Charles Mingus in the brass harmonics and ensemble dynamism that Coltrane man ages to coax from these players.

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