Two of the Top 10 Jazz Albums of all time, First time budget price for both albums on 1 CD. [Giant Steps] "perhaps Coltrane's most playable, memorable, and best-sustained record. The tunes are uniformly marvellous, riffs or steps or even melodies which have become integral parts of the modern jazz book" [MFT] "dominated by his soprano sax.. The important thing is that both Coltrane and Tyner reduce the material to a couple of scales and ignore the changes, without forgetting to return to the main theme.gives the music a suitably endless feel" (Penguin Jazz Guide)
Two of the Top 10 Jazz Albums of all time, First time budget price for both albums on 1 CD. [Giant Steps] "perhaps Coltrane's most playable, memorable, and best-sustained record. The tunes are uniformly marvellous, riffs or steps or even melodies which have become integral parts of the modern jazz book" [MFT] "dominated by his soprano sax.. The important thing is that both Coltrane and Tyner reduce the material to a couple of scales and ignore the changes, without forgetting to return to the main theme.gives the music a suitably endless feel" (Penguin Jazz Guide)
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Format: CD
Label: ALTO
Rel. Date: 06/11/2021
UPC: 5055354419799

Ultimate Jazz Classics: 2 Lps - 1cd: John
Artist: John Coltrane
Format: CD
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Two of the Top 10 Jazz Albums of all time, First time budget price for both albums on 1 CD. [Giant Steps] "perhaps Coltrane's most playable, memorable, and best-sustained record. The tunes are uniformly marvellous, riffs or steps or even melodies which have become integral parts of the modern jazz book" [MFT] "dominated by his soprano sax.. The important thing is that both Coltrane and Tyner reduce the material to a couple of scales and ignore the changes, without forgetting to return to the main theme.gives the music a suitably endless feel" (Penguin Jazz Guide)