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John Coltrane - The Impulse! Albums: Volume One (2007) [5CD] {Verve Originals Series Remaster} [Repost]

John Coltrane - The Impulse! Albums: Volume One (2007) [5CD] {Verve Originals Series Remaster}
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 1,20 GB | Scans TIFF - 471 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.98) - 422 MB
Genre: jazz | RAR 5% Rec. | Label: Verve / Impulse! | 2007 Verve Originals

Each album newly remastered from the original master tapes. The set containing these five classic, influential John Coltrane albums: Africa/Brass (1961), Live At The Village Vanguard (1961), Coltrane (1962), Duke Ellington & John Coltrane (1962), Ballads (1962). If you like jazz and you don't own this then your a mug. Coltrane plays like a nutcase on this record. Coltrane is undoubtedly the scariest pair of lungs to ever touch a Sax. The whole album drags every emotion from your soul and creates something which will either make musicians hesitant to pick up their instruments or forever play with an unimaginable, inexplicable love for this insane thing called music.
John Coltrane Quartet - Ballads (1962) [MFSL Gold UDCD731]

John Coltrane Quartet - Ballads (1962) [MFSL Gold UDCD731]
Jazz | Lossless WavPack+Log+Cue -> 225MB | Covers | EAC Rip | FS/RS/MU

Throughout John Coltrane's discography there are a handful of decisive and controversial albums that split his listening camp into factions. Generally, these occur in his later-period works such as Om and Ascension, which push into some pretty heady blowing. As a contrast, Ballads is often criticized as too easy and as too much of a compromise between Coltrane and Impulse! (the two had just entered into the first year of label representation). Seen as an answer to critics who found his work complicated with too many notes and too thin a concept, Ballads has even been accused of being a record that Coltrane didn't want to make. These conspiracy theories (and there are more) really just get in the way of enjoying a perfectly fine album of Coltrane doing what he always did – exploring new avenues and modes in an inexhaustible search for personal and artistic enlightenment.
Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Monk With John Coltrane (1961) [Re-Upload]

Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Monk With John Coltrane (1961)
[1987, CD Reissue]

EAC: flac (tracks) + cue + log | RAR, 3 %, 194,53 MB
mp3, 320 kbps | RAR, 3 %, 86,02 MB | Scans | RAR, 3 %, 4,48 MB
Label: Riverside Records | Cat №: OJCCD_039-2 | (DepositFiles + GigaPeta + Uploaded)

"Thelonious Monk with John Coltrane" is a 1961 album by Thelonious Monk issued on Jazzland Records, a subsidiary of Riverside Records. It consists of material recorded four years earlier when Monk worked extensively with John Coltrane, issued after Coltrane had become a leader and jazz star in his own right.
John Coltrane - The John Coltrane Quartet Plays (1965) {1997 Impulse! Remaster}

John Coltrane - The John Coltrane Quartet Plays (1965) {1997 Impulse! Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 377 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 133 Mb
Full Artwork @ 400 dpi (jpg) -> 46 Mb
© 1997 MCA Records / Impulse! | IMP 12142
Jazz / Post Bop / Avant-Garde Jazz / Modal Jazz


John Coltrane - The John Coltrane Quartet Plays (1965) {1997 Impulse! Remaster}

One of the turning points in the career of John Coltrane came in 1965. The great saxophonist, whose playing was always very explorative and searching, crossed the line into atonality during that year, playing very free improvisations (after stating quick throwaway themes) that were full of passion and fury. This particular studio album has two standards (a stirring "Chim Chim Cheree" and "Nature Boy") along with two recent Coltrane originals ("Brazilia" and "Song of Praise"). Art Davis plays the second bass on "Nature Boy," but otherwise this set (a perfect introduction for listeners to Coltrane's last period) features the classic quartet comprised of the leader, pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Jimmy Garrison, and drummer Elvin Jones.
John Coltrane and Archie Shepp - New Thing at Newport (1965) {2000 Impulse!}

John Coltrane and Archie Shepp - New Thing at Newport (1965) {2000 Impulse!}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 438 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 149 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 64 Mb
© 2000 UMG / Verve / Impulse! | 314 543 414-2
Jazz / Post Bop / Hard Bop / Avant-Garde Jazz


John Coltrane and Archie Shepp - New Thing at Newport (1965) {2000 Impulse!}

The classic John Coltrane Quartet made one of its final appearances at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1965. The tension among bandmembers is evident on the advanced versions of "One Down, One Up" and "My Favorite Things." Coltrane's performance is moving…yet weary. It's apparent the saxophonist wasn't getting the sound he wanted and by the end of the year he would take a different direction, hiring Pharoah Sanders and wife Alice Coltrane for the band. Tenor saxophonist Archie Shepp's earlier afternoon New Thing performance includes engaging versions of "Call Me by My Rightful Name" and "Gingerbread, Gingerbread Boy" (included as a bonus track on this package) with Bobby Hutcherson on vibes.
John Coltrane - Coltrane (1962) {Impulse!-Verve Originals rel 2007}

John Coltrane - Coltrane (1962) {Impulse!-Verve Originals rel 2007}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 287 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 95 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (png) -> 154 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2007 Impulse! / Verve / UMG | Verve Originals Series | 0602517486287 | LP AS-21
Jazz / Post Bop / Hard Bop / Modal Music / Saxophone

Considered by many to be his finest single album, Coltrane finds John Coltrane displaying all of the exciting elements that sparked brilliance and allowed his fully formed instrumental voice to shine through in the most illuminating manner. On tenor saxophone, he's simply masterful, offering the burgeoning sheets of sound philosophy into endless weavings of melodic and tuneful displays of inventive, thoughtful, driven phrases. Coltrane also plays a bit of soprano saxophone as a primer for his more exploratory work to follow. Meanwhile, bassist Jimmy Garrison, drummer Elvin Jones, and especially the stellar McCoy Tyner have integrated their passionate dynamics into the inner whole of the quartet.
John Coltrane - Coltrane (1962) [Analogue Productions 2010] PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC {RE-UP}

John Coltrane - Coltrane (1962) [Analogue Productions 2010]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 39:53 minutes | Scans included | 1,21 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Full Scans included | 812 MB
Duke Ellington & John Coltrane - Duke Ellington & John Coltrane (1962) {2007 Verve Originals}

Duke Ellington & John Coltrane - Duke Ellington & John Coltrane (1962) {2007 Verve Originals}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 220 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 78 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 25 Mb
© 2007 Verve / Impulse! | 0602517486270
Jazz / Post Bop / Classical Jazz


Duke Ellington & John Coltrane - Duke Ellington & John Coltrane (1962) {2007 Verve Originals}

For this classic encounter, Duke Ellington "sat in" with the John Coltrane Quartet for a set dominated by Ellington's songs; some performances have his usual sidemen (bassist Aaron Bell and drummer Sam Woodyard) replacing Jimmy Garrison and Elvin Jones in the group. Although it would have been preferable to hear Coltrane play in the Duke Ellington orchestra instead of the other way around, the results are quite rewarding. Their version of "In a Sentimental Mood" is a high point, and such numbers as "Take the Coltrane," "Big Nick," and "My Little Brown Book" are quite memorable. Ellington always recognized talent, and Coltrane seemed quite happy to be recording with a fellow genius.
John Coltrane - Olé Coltrane [Atlantic 1373] 24-bit / 96 kHz Vinyl Rip + Redbook - Repost

John Coltrane - Olé Coltrane
Atlantic Records 1373

Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz | FLAC (Tracks) , m3u, no cue or log (vinyl) artworks | Stereo | 831 + 252 Mo | 5% RAR Recovery | 1962
Styles: Jazz | RapidShare Download

The complicated rhythm patterns and diverse sonic textures on Olé are evidence that John Coltrane was once again charting his own course. His sheer ability as a maverick – over and beyond his appreciable musical skills – guides works such as this to new levels, ultimately advancing the entire art form. Historically, it's worth noting that recording had already commenced – two days prior to this session – on Africa/Brass, Coltrane's debut for the burgeoning Impulse! label. All Music
John Coltrane - Olé Coltrane [Atlantic 1373] 24-bit / 96 kHz Vinyl Rip

John Coltrane - Olé Coltrane
Atlantic 1373

Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz | FLAC (Tracks) , m3u, no cue or log (vinyl) artworks | Stereo | 831 Mo | 5% RAR Recovery | 1962
Styles: Jazz | RapidShare Download

The complicated rhythm patterns and diverse sonic textures on Olé are evidence that John Coltrane was once again charting his own course. His sheer ability as a maverick – over and beyond his appreciable musical skills – guides works such as this to new levels, ultimately advancing the entire art form. Historically, it's worth noting that recording had already commenced – two days prior to this session – on Africa/Brass, Coltrane's debut for the burgeoning Impulse! label. The two discs complement each other, suggesting a shift in the larger scheme of Coltrane's musical motifs. The assembled musicians worked within a basic quartet setting, featuring Coltrane (soprano/tenor sax), McCoy Tyner (piano), and Elvin Jones (drums), with double-bass chores held down by Art Davis and Reggie Workman. Added to that are significant contributions and interactions with Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) and Eric Dolphy (flute and alto sax). Dolphy's contract with another record label prevented him from being properly credited on initial pressings of the album. The title track is striking in its resemblance to the Spanish influence heard on Miles Davis' Sketches of Spain. This is taken a bit further as Coltrane's combo stretches out with inspired improvisations from Dolphy, Hubbard, Tyner, and Coltrane, respectively. "Olé" likewise sports some amazing double-bass interaction. The combination of a bowed upright bass played in tandem with the same instrument that is being plucked has a sinister permeation that assuredly excited Coltrane, who was perpetually searching from outside the norms. The haunting beauty of "Aisha" stands as one of the finest collaborative efforts between Tyner – the song's author – and Coltrane. The solos from Hubbard, Dolphy, and an uncredited Tyner gleam from within the context of a single facet in a multi-dimensional jewel. All Music