Naima (1965) . A Love Supreme (1965) . Impressions (1963) . Alabama . w/ Eric Dolphy – My Favourite Things . w/ Stan Getz – Live In Germany (1960) . w/ Miles Davis – Round About Midnight (1957) . w/ Miles Davis – So What .
Olé by John Coltrane is his ninth album recorded on May 25, 1961. >>
Impressions by John Coltrane is an album (both live and studio) recorded during November 1961, on September 18, 1962 and April 29, 1963. >>
‘Bags & Trane’ by Milt Jackson a& John Coltrane is an album (taking its title from their nicknames) recorded on January 15, 1959 with Hank Jones. Paul Chambers and Connie Kay and released in December 1961 by Atlantic Records. >>
Live At The Village Vanguard Again! by John Coltrane is a (free jazz) album recorded on May 28, 1966. >>
Africa/Brass by John Coltrane is his eighth studio album recorded on May 23 & June 7, 1961 with French horns and euphonium. >>
The John Coltrane Quartet Plays is an album (full title The John Coltrane Quartet Plays Chim Chim Cheree, Song of Praise, Nature Boy, Brazilia) recorded on February 17-18, March 28 and May 17, 1965. >>
Recorded on February 22, 1967, Interstellar Space is a studio album by John Coltrane. >>
Cattin’ with Coltrane and Quinichette is an album recorded by John Coltrane and Paul Quinichette on May 17, 1957. >>
The Olatunji Concert: The Last Live Recording of John Coltrane is his final live recording made on April 23, 1967. >>
Wikipedia : This day (July 17, 1967 ), in Huntington, New York City, died John Coltrane, an American jazz saxophonist and composer.
John Coltrane : Eventually adding players like Eric Dolphy, and Pharoah Sanders. The John Coltrane Quartet created some of the most innovative and expressive music in Jazz history including the hit albums: My Favorite Things, Africa Brass, Impressions, Giant Steps, and his monumental work A Love Supreme which attests to the power, glory, love, and greatness of God.
John Coltrane, Avant Garde Jazz and the Evolution of My Favorite Things : The main attraction here is my academic thesis, wherein I explore the evolution of Coltrane’s increasingly avant garde style from 1960 to 1965 by comparing four different recordings of My Favorite Things.
@last.fm : Rather, he is influential by example, inspiring musicians to experiment, take chances, and devote themselves to their craft. The controversy about his work has never died down, but partially as a result, his name lives on and his recordings continue to remain available and to be reissued frequently.