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The John Coltrane Quartet - Africa / Brass

8 thoughts on “ The John Coltrane Quartet - Africa / Brass

  1. Masho
    John Coltrane's debut for the Impulse label was a bit unusual, for the great tenor and his quartet were joined by a medium-sized backup group on Eric Dolphy arrangements of "Africa," "Greensleeves," and "Blues Minor." "Africa" in particular is quite memorable although Coltrane would not pursue any further recordings in this direction in the future, making this a change of pace in his discography.9/
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  2. Kazrajora
    Jul 03,  · Africa/Brass is the first John Coltrane record I ever bought. It thoroughly perplexed me. I was maybe 15 or 16 and way into the Grateful Dead. I read an interview with the band's bass player, Phil Lesh, where he spoke about how he turned his band mates onto Coltrane, specifically via Africa/Brass/5().
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  3. Meztim
    Nov 17,  · Africa/Brass was Coltrane's first recording for the fledgeling Impulse label, and sets the tone for the rest. The music is beautifully recorded, courtesy of Rudy Van Gelder; while RVG's engineering is not without its flaws, it does justice to Coltrane's music far better than the thin, distant sound of the Atlantic years/5(8).
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  4. Vutaur
    Feb 26,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Africa / Brass on Discogs/5(67).
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