John Coltrane

John William Coltrane

Also known as Coltrane, Cotrane, Дж. Колтрейн, Джон Колтрейн, J Coltrane, J. Coletrane, J. Coltrane, J.Coltrane, J/C, John, John Coltrane & Friends, John Cotrane, John W. Coltrane, John William Coltrane, Johnny Coltrane
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Discography of John Coltrane:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 The Other Village Vanguard Tapes 6 Audio 1976 Impulse!
2 Sun Ship 5 Audio 1995 Impulse!
3 A Love Supreme 3 Audio 1987
4 Selflessness 3 Audio 1987
5 John Coltrane And Johnny Hartman 6 Audio 1995 Impulse!
6 Live At Birdland 6 Audio 1996 Impulse!
7 The Mastery Of John Coltrane / Vol. III Jupiter Variation 4 Audio 1987
8 Live In Japan 6 Audio 1991
9 Soultrane 5 Audio 1987
10 Impressions 4 Audio 1980 Impulse!
11 My Favorite Things 4 Audio 1990 Atlantic
12 First Meditations (For Quartet) 5 Audio 1977
13 Expression 4 Audio Jasmine Records
14 The Paris Concert 3 Audio 1979 Pablo Live
15 A Love Supreme 3 Audio 1964 Impulse!
16 Blue Train 5 Audio 1984 Blue Note
17 Thelonious Monk With John Coltrane 6 Audio 1982
18 Live At Birdland 5 Audio 1964-01-00 Impulse!
19 A Love Supreme 3 Audio 1995 Impulse!
20 Miles & Coltrane 7 Audio 1988 Columbia
21 Sun Ship 5 Audio 1971
22 Giant Steps 12 Audio 1990-10-25
23 Traneing In 5 Audio 1985
24 Ascension 2 Audio 1976 Impulse!
25 Dakar 11 Audio 1981 Prestige
26 Priceless Jazz Collection Vol. 5 9 Audio 1997 GRP
27 Thelonious Monk With John Coltrane 6 Audio 2000-08-01 Jazzland
28 The Ultimate Blue Train 7 Audio 1997 Blue Note
29 1955 - 1961 9 Audio 2003
30 Afro Blue Impressions 9 Audio 1977 Pablo Live
31 The Last Trane 4 Audio 1965 Prestige
32 The Major Works Of John Coltrane 5 Audio 1992
33 Meditations 5 Audio 1996 Impulse!
34 Sun Ship 5 Audio 1995 Impulse!
35 Original Jazz Classics Collection 5 Audio 1998 Original Jazz Classics
36 My Favorite Things 4 Audio 1965
37 Coltrane Plays The Blues 6 Audio 1962 Atlantic
38 Blue Train 5 Audio 1985 Blue Note
39 Blue Train 7 Audio 2003
40 Settin' The Pace 4 Audio 1987
41 Coltrane Jazz 9 Audio 1988-03-00 Atlantic
42 Giant Steps 7 Audio 1972 Atlantic
43 Spiritual 8 Audio 2001 Impulse!
44 Live At The Village Vanguard Again! 3 Audio 1997 Impulse!
45 A Love Supreme 3 Audio 1987
46 Coltrane Time 4 Audio 1991 Blue Note
47 My Favorite Things 4 Audio 1998 Atlantic
48 Soultrane 5 Audio 1958
49 The Master 4 Audio 1970 Prestige
50 Live At The Village Vanguard Again! 3 Audio 1966


Born September 23, 1926, Hamlet, NC; died July 17, 1967, Huntington, Long Island, NY (aged 40).

American saxophonist and jazz composer John Coltrane was one of the most influential musicians of the twentieth century. His early recordings capture a musician in the relatively conventional confines of bebop and hardbop, but his enduring legacy primarily rests on the modal jazz pioneered by his classic quartet (1960-64) and by free jazz explorations late in his career. He recorded more than fifty albums as a leader and appeared as a sideman on many other albums, performing with other giants of jazz like [a=Miles Davis] and [a=Thelonious Monk]. Coltrane received numerous awards including a posthumous "Special Citation" from the Pulitzer Prize Board in 2007 for his 'masterful improvisation, supreme musicianship and iconic centrality to the history of jazz'. As his life progressed, his music and outlook became increasingly spiritual. After his death he was proclaimed as a saint by the African Orthodox church that took his name. Coltrane's second wife was pianist [a=Alice Coltrane]; their son [a=Ravi Coltrane] is also a saxophonist.


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