John Coltrane Kenny Burrell

Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane - Kenny Burrell And John Coltrane (1958/2004) [DSD64 + FLAC]

Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane - Kenny Burrell And John Coltrane (1958/2004)
DSD64 (.dsf) 1 bit/2,8 MHz | Time - 37:38 minutes | 1,11 GB
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/88,2 kHz | Time - 37:38 minutes | 813 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Kenny Burrell and John Coltrane is an album credited to jazz musicians Kenny Burrell and John Coltrane. Recorded on March 7, 1958, it was originally released on the New Jazz label as NJ 8276 in 1963, then reissued in 1967 on Prestige as PRLP 7532, with a different cover and retitled The Kenny Burrell Quintet With John Coltrane.
Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane - Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane (1958) {2006 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}

Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane - Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane (1958) {2006 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}
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© 2006 Concord / Prestige / New Jazz | 0025218810722 | Prestige RVG Remasters Series | 24-bit remaster | NJ 8276
Jazz / Bop / Hard Bop

For his final Prestige-related session as a sideman, John Coltrane (tenor sax) and Kenny Burrell (guitar) are supported by an all-star cast of Paul Chambers (bass), Jimmy Cobb (drums), and Tommy Flanagan (piano). This short but sweet gathering cut their teeth on two Flanagan compositions, another two lifted from the Great American Songbook, and a Kenny Burrell original. Flanagan's tunes open and close the album, with the spirited "Freight Trane" getting the platter underway. While not one of Coltrane's most assured performances, he chases the groove right into the hands of Burrell.
Tommy Flanagan, John Coltrane, Kenny Burrell, Idrees Sulieman - The Cats (1957) [2004]

Tommy Flanagan, John Coltrane, Kenny Burrell, Idrees Sulieman - The Cats (1957)
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Jazz, Bebop, Modern Jazz | Original Release Date: 1957 | Remastered 2004 | Label: Prestige/New Jazz Records (NJCD 8217-2)

In 1957, the greatest year for recorded music including modern jazz, Detroit was a hot spot, a centerpiece to many hometown heroes as well as short-term residents like John Coltrane and Miles Davis. It was here that Trane connected with pianist Tommy Flanagan, subsequently headed for the East Coast, and recorded this seminal hard bop album. In tow were fellow Detroiters - drummer Louis Hayes, bassist Doug Watkins, and guitarist Kenny Burrell, with the fine trumpeter from modern big bands Idrees Sulieman as the sixth wheel...
Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane - Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane (1958) {2006 Prestige Rudy Van Gelder Remaster}

Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane - Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane (1958) {2006 Prestige Rudy Van Gelder Remaster}
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© 2006 Concord / Prestige | 0025218810722 | 24-bit remaster
Jazz / Bop / Hard Bop


Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane - Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane (1958) {2006 Prestige Rudy Van Gelder Remaster}

From 1955, the year he came to prominence with Miles Davis’s first “great quintet,” the legendary tenor saxophonist John Coltrane (1926-1967) recorded with only one guitar player: the superbly versatile Kenny Burrell (b. 1931). In March 1958—the pair joined by the crack rhythm section of pianist (and Burrell’s fellow Detroiter) Tommy Flanagan, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Jimmy Cobb (the latter two Coltrane’s colleagues at the time with the Miles Davis sextet)—got together to cut the five tunes herein for New Jazz. The result is part hard-bop, part blowing session, and part tuneful bebop, with one very special intimate dialogue between tenor and guitar on “Why Was I Born?” the only duo recording Coltrane ever essayed with a chordal instrument. Throughout Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane, the parts add up to a thoroughly absorbing whole.
Tadd Dameron with John Coltrane - Mating Call (1956) {2007 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}

Tadd Dameron with John Coltrane - Mating Call (1956) {2007 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}
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© 2007 Concord / Prestige | PRCD-30163 | Prestige RVG Remasters Series | 24-bit remaster
Jazz / Hard Bop / Bop / Piano / Saxophone

This fine set, recorded on November 30, 1956, has been reissued several times, often as a John Coltrane date, but make no mistake, this is a Tadd Dameron session, and his elegant compositions are its key component. Coltrane was fresh off playing with Miles Davis in 1956 and was still a year away from heading his own sessions and three years away from recording Giant Steps, so it might be said that he was in transition, but then when was Coltrane not in transition?
John Coltrane - Dakar (1957) {2008 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}

John Coltrane - Dakar (1957) {2008 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}
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© 2008 Concord / Prestige | PRCD-30650 | Prestige RVG Remasters Series | 24-bit remaster
Jazz / Bop / Hard Bop / Saxophone

In the spring of 1957, John Coltrane had gone through two years of artistic growth so concentrated it was astonishing even in the jazz world, where compressed musical development is far from unknown. As the other horn in the Miles Davis Quintet, Coltrane had moved from virtual obscurity to acclaim as the tenor saxophone innovator of the decade. Although major stylistic departures were to come, Coltrane was at a peak of the probing lyricism and strength of his middle period. With the interestingly contrasted baritone saxophonists Cecil Payne and Pepper Adams, and a rhythm section of great smoothness and swing, Dakar is a gem in the Coltrane discography.
The Red Garland Quintet with John Coltrane - Dig It! (1957) {2009 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}

The Red Garland Quintet with John Coltrane - Dig It! (1957) {2009 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}
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© 2009 Concord / Prestige | 0888072315921 | Prestige RVG Remasters Series | 24-bit remaster | PRLP 7229
Jazz / Hard Bop / Piano

I was the engineer on the recording sessions and I also made the masters for the original LP issues of these albums. Since the advent of the CD, other people have been making the masters. Mastering is the final step in the process of creating the sound of the finished product. Now, thanks to the folks at the Concord Music Group who have given me the opportunity to remaster these albums, I can present my versions of the music on CD using modern technology. I remember the sessions well, I remember how the musicians wanted to sound, and I remember their reactions to the playbacks. Today, I feel strongly that I am their messenger.
John Coltrane - Stardust (1958) {2007 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}

John Coltrane - Stardust (1958) {2007 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}
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© 2007 Concord / Prestige | PRCD-30168 | Prestige RVG Remasters Series | 24-bit remaster | PRLP 7268
Jazz / Hard Bop / Saxophone

“I was the engineer on the recording sessions and I also made the masters for the original LP issues of these albums. Since the advent of the CD, other people have been making the masters. Mastering is the final step in the process of creating the sound of the finished product. Now, thanks to the folks at the Concord Music Group who have given me the opportunity to remaster these albums, I can present my versions of the music on CD using modern technology. I remember the sessions well, I remember how the musicians wanted to sound, and I remember their reactions to the playbacks. Today, I feel strongly that I am their messenger.” —Rudy Van Gelder.
John Coltrane - Lush Life (1958) {2006 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}

John Coltrane - Lush Life (1958) {2006 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}
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© 2006 Concord / Prestige | PRCD-8103-2 | Prestige RVG Remasters Series | 24-bit remaster | PRLP 7188
Jazz / Hard Bop / Saxophone

“I was the engineer on the recording sessions and I also made the masters for the original LP issues of these albums. Since the advent of the CD, other people have been making the masters. Mastering is the final step in the process of creating the sound of the finished product. Now, thanks to the folks at the Concord Music Group who have given me the opportunity to remaster these albums, I can present my versions of the music on CD using modern technology. I remember the sessions well, I remember how the musicians wanted to sound, and I remember their reactions to the playbacks. Today, I feel strongly that I am their messenger.” —Rudy Van Gelder.
John Coltrane - Black Pearls (1958) {2008 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}

John Coltrane - Black Pearls (1958) {2008 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}
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© 2008 Concord / Prestige | 0888072306578 | Prestige RVG Remasters Series | 24-bit remaster | PRLP 7316
Jazz / Hard Bop / Saxophone

"I was the engineer on the recording sessions and I also made the masters for the original LP issues of these albums. Since the advent of the CD, other people have been making the masters. Mastering is the final step in the process of creating the sound of the finished product. Now, thanks to the folks at the Concord Music Group who have given me the opportunity to remaster these albums, I can present my versions of the music on CD using modern technology. I remember the sessions well, I remember how the musicians wanted to sound, and I remember their reactions to the playbacks. Today, I feel strongly that I am their messenger." –Rudy Van Gelder