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  • CD (10 août 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Compilation
  • Label: Fantasy Concord
  • ASIN : B000000XI6
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HASH(0x9ac46fe4) étoiles sur 5 Essential live Coltrane 9 décembre 1999
Par Adam Gogolak - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album has for years been a second-class citizen to its more famous cousins from Birdland and the Village Vanguard, however this is truly a must have for Coltrane fans. The energy of performance and synergy of the players epitomizes the quality of this quartet. The highlights include a blasting performance of the not often performed "Cousin Mary" and a vintage performance of "I Want to Talk About You" whose coda excedes the perforances at Birdland. Tyner is in top form, but the finest moments are between Coltrane and Elvin Jones whose ferocity matches perfectly with Coltrane throughout. Overall, I have many Coltrane CD's, including the complete Vanguard box set, and I find myself playing this one the most.
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HASH(0x9ac48054) étoiles sur 5 Doesn't get the respect it deserves 10 mars 2002
Par m_noland - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This recording of Coltrane's classic early 1960s quartet (Trane, plus McCoy Tyner, Elvin Jones, and by this point, Jimmy Garrison on bass) just doesn't get the attention it deserves, overshadowed by "Live At the Village Vanguard." It contains arguably Coltrane's finest performances of "My Favorite Things" and "Naima," as well as fine performances of less frequently heard material such as Mongo Santamaria's "Afro-Blue" and Billy Eckstein's "I Want to Talk About You" (Trane's cadenza on that last one it simply astonishing). As several other reviewers have noted, Tyner's playing is particularly strong on these performances as well.
Unless you are a completist, get this recording and the "Live In Stockholm" disk with Eric Dolphy and save some money by skipping the "Live in Europe" box.
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HASH(0x9ac4848c) étoiles sur 5 Monumental Live Recording from '63 12 mars 2006
Par Christopher Calabrese - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
1963 was an important year for the John Coltrane quartet. It was a year of transition for the group, because it bridged the gap between his older "sheets of sound" recordings like GIANT STEPS and SOULTRANE and his avant-garde recordings in the years to follow. Just several months later, Coltrane would release the lovely CRESCENT album as well as the landmark, A LOVE SUPREME, where Coltrane takes his music to a new level. In the summer of '63 Coltrane performed at the Newport Jazz Festival with his regular quartet, except with Roy Haynes on drums, as opposed to Elvin Jones. Jones was spending a few months in jail at the time for some type of drug offense, but by the time their European tour came around in the fall, Jones was back in the band with the other two regulars - McCoy Tyner (piano) and Jimmy Garrison (bass).

I must echo other reviewers in stating that AFRO BLUE IMPRESSIONS is essential for your Coltrane collection, even though it is often overlooked by critics. This 2-cd set was not released until 1977 (ten years after Coltrane's death), but the music is familiar, as it is a collection of works from GIANT STEPS, IMPRESSIONS, LIVE AT BIRDLAND, and a couple other important recordings. Even though these tracks are a re-hash of early-60's Trane, you will find that he takes an abstract turn in his solos. Therefore, apart from the main themes, the music was actually somewhat revolutionary for that time.

The first disc opens with a track from the soon-to-be-released CRESCENT LP, 'Lonnie's Lament'. This 10-minute epic explores the softer side of Coltrane while still covering an extended portion of music with free jazz elements to it. This same style can be mirrored in the equally somber 'Naima' from GIANT STEPS. Following these softer tracks is the high-energy 'Chasin' the Trane'. Coltrane follows earlier practices by leaving the piano out of this track. Other recordings of it, such as on LIVE AT THE VILLAGE VANGUARD featured none other than the prolific Eric Dolphy. I often look to this song as a method of explaining Trane's growth as an artist because of its striking similarities to Ornette Coleman's late 50's work, which also featured a piano-less quartet. The absence of piano allows the soloist more freedom in the phrasing of notes. Closing up the first disc is one of my favorite recordings of 'My Favorite Things'. Clocking in at a solid 21 minutes, the quartet really stretches out here to an eventual breaking point where Jones and Trane are left to play against one another. Some listeners may complain that the sound quality begins to fade at this point, but I don't let it bother me too much, as the quality of the performance more than makes up for it.

The second disc opens with Mongo Santamaria's 'Afro Blue,' which I find to be one of my favorite Coltrane pieces. In some ways, this specific performance pales in comparison to its lively counterpart on LIVE AT BIRDLAND, but in other ways, specifically Coltrane's extended solo, it adds new life to the piece. Following 'Afro Blue' is 'Cousin Mary' from the GIANT STEPS album. This is a hard-swinging modal piece that fits in quite nicely on this record, although it would soon represent an element of the past in the context of Coltrane's late-60's peformances. AFRO BLUE IMPRESSIONS also has a wonderful recording of Billy Eckstine's 'I Want to Talk About You' with its trademark 'extended credenza' which spans a solid six minutes this time around.

Finishing up the second disc are probably the two most avant-garde pieces, both coming from the IMPRESSIONS LP, 'Spiritual' and 'Impressions'. I prefer 'Spiritual' with Eric Dolphy on it, and you may want to consider picking up LIVE AT THE VILLAGE VANGUARD for an awesome listening experience. The bass clarinet intro on that recording will make the hair stand up on the back of your neck. Do not allow this to taint the AFRO BLUE IMPRESSIONS version, though. Coltrane is absolutely wonderful on this piece, and the break between the intro and the main theme in 3/4 time is outstanding.

I urge all Coltrane fans to pick up this worthy 2-disc live set. At times, the sound quality could be better, but you're not going to find another performance like this anywhere. The choice of tracks will be famliar, and the musicianship, especially that of Coltrane, is a solid encapsulation of his musical versatility.
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HASH(0x9ac48858) étoiles sur 5 One of the best live performances by the Classic Quartet 2 mars 2001
Par John Nicholas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I own the original 1977 record release and the Japanese import CD from a decade later, so I can't comment on the sound on this particular release, but the music is amazing. The duets with Elvin Jones are thrilling! Trane's cadenza on "I Want To Talk About You" surpasses the other recordings of this song. I have about a dozen live and studio recordings Coltrane playing "Naima", and this one is my favorite. This was the John Coltrane Quartet at their peak!
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HASH(0x9ac4893c) étoiles sur 5 Just more overlooked and underrated Coltrane 18 mars 2004
Par arroyo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Buy it. No it's not the Village Vanguard, and it's not Birdland, but it's still the Classic Quartet in 1963. The biggest difference is that these performances are live in concert halls instead of in small night clubs - the sound and style will necessarily be different in such venues. Sometimes the sound is uneven, but that happened at the Vanguard too, and remember, it's 1963.
That said, this is a very rewarding 2-CD set that includes the usual earnest performances of most of their standards and anthems - My Favorite Things, Spiritual, Impressions, and Afro-Blue. There is a really plaintive and bluesy Lonnie's Lament (before the 1964 release on Crescent) and this version of I Want to Talk About You is to me just as good as Birdland. This take of Naima is as good as it gets, and Tyner rolls through chorus after chorus in Cousin Mary. Afro-Blue and Spiritual are extended and come close to earlier performances at the Vanguard.
The Quartet was at its peak and was warmly received on this tour. This music, though you've heard it all before, will reward you. Don't pass this one by, it is great Coltrane.
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