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Customer Reviews

How are there no reviews for this yet?!?

I am not qualified to write a review of this album, being neither a musician nor a critic. I was only fortunate enough to have a roommate in college whose major was jazz performance, and we spent many evenings sitting around the stereo, saying little, sharing a smoke and imbibing strains of music that were beyond my taste or intelligence. I trusted that this was good but didn't quite understand why -my own tastes satisfied by such greats as Zeppelin, Floyd, the Beatles, etc.
Fast forward 15 years and this album remains one that I never leave home without. I am only barely able to articulate why I love it so much. I guess the main reason is that I can't predict the notes from one bar to the next, and Coltrane's solo's are passionate and brilliant in a universal language. One of my favorite things is to go running on the north shore of Oahu through beautiful Waialua and allow Coltrane's strains to dance across my psyche. This album is a treasure.
Would a qualified musician PLEASE write a worthy review of this brilliant album!!!

This is my all time favorite album

This is a great album. John coletrain is so inspiring


Born: September 23, 1926 in Hamlet, NC

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s

Despite a relatively brief career (he first came to notice as a sideman at age 29 in 1955, formally launched a solo career at 33 in 1960, and was dead at 40 in 1967), saxophonist John Coltrane was among the most important, and most controversial, figures in jazz. It seems amazing that his period of greatest activity was so short, not only because he recorded prolifically, but also because, taking advantage of his fame, the record companies that recorded him as a sideman in the 1950s frequently reissued...
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