The Atlantic Studio Album Collection John Coltrane feat. Milt Jackson and Don Cherry

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  • 1Giant Steps04:48
  • 2Cousin Mary05:50
  • 3Countdown02:26
  • 4Spiral06:02
  • 5Syeeda's Song Flute07:06
  • 6Naima04:25
  • 7Mr. P.C.06:59
  • 8Little Old Lady04:29
  • 9Village Blues05:25
  • 10My Shining Hour04:55
  • 11Fifth House04:43
  • 12Harmonique04:15
  • 13Like Sonny05:56
  • 14I'll Wait And Pray03:37
  • 15Some Other Blues05:36
  • 16My Favorite Things13:46
  • 17Everytime We Say Goodbye05:45
  • 18Summertime11:37
  • 19But Not For Me09:39
  • 20Bags & Trane07:28
  • 21Three Little Words07:32
  • 22The Night We Called It A Day04:24
  • 23Be-Bop08:01
  • 24The Late Late Blues09:36
  • 25Olé18:18
  • 26Dahomey Dance10:53
  • 27Aisha07:38
  • 28Blues To Elvin07:53
  • 29Blues To Bechet05:46
  • 30Blues To You06:30
  • 31Mr. Day07:57
  • 32Mr. Syms05:23
  • 33Mr. Knight07:34
  • 34The Night Has A Thousand Eyes06:53
  • 35Central Park West04:16
  • 36Liberia06:52
  • 37Body And Soul05:41
  • 38Equinox08:39
  • 39Satellite05:51
  • 40Cherryco06:49
  • 41Focus On Sanity12:17
  • 42The Blessing07:54
  • 43The Invisible04:16
  • 44Bemsha Swing05:07
  • Total Runtime05:06:47

Info for The Atlantic Studio Album Collection

During Coltrane’s Atlantic years, he made important recordings such as Giant Steps and My Favorite Things, recorded albums with Milt Jackson, Don Cherry, and Eric Dolphy and made his debut on the soprano saxophone.

The Penguin Guide to Jazz assigned its 'Crown' award to the box set, in addition to giving it a four-star rating (of a possible four).

Allmusic gave the album a five-star rating (of a possible five). Stephen Thomas Erlewine wrote that 'the scope of this music is, quite simply, breathtaking — not only was Coltrane developing at a rapid speed, but the resulting music encompasses nearly every element that made him a brilliant musician, and it is beautiful.'

John Coltrane, tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone
Milt Jackson, vibes
Don Cherry, trumpet
Freddie Hubbard, trumpet
Eric Dolphy, flute, alto saxophone
Hank Jones, piano
Cedar Walton, piano
Tommy Flanagan, piano
McCoy Tyner, piano
Wynton Kelly, piano
Paul Chambers, bass
Charlie Haden, bass
Percy Heath, bass
Steve Davis, bass
Art Davis, bass
Reggie Workman, bass
Connie Kay, drums
Lex Humphries, drums
Art Taylor, drums
Jimmy Cobb, drums
Ed Blackwell, drums
Elvin Jones, drums

Produced by Nesuhi Ertegün and Joel Dorn

Digitally remastered

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