Gato Barbieri: Alive in New York

VinylWorld 29/01/2015

1. Milonga Triste Gato Barbieri / Homero Manzi / Sebastián Piana, Gato Barbieri 6:30 2. La China Leoncia, Pt. 1 Gato Barbieri, Gato Barbieri, 3:24 3. La China Leoncia, Pt. 2 Gato Barbieri, Gato Barbieri, 4:09 4. La…

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John Coltrane: Kulu Se Mama

Petere 14/04/2012

John Coltrane: Kulu Se Mama John Coltrane — tenor saxophone Pharoah Sanders — tenor saxophone, percussion (tracks 1, 4) McCoy Tyner — piano (#1, 3-6) Jimmy Garrison — double bass (#1, 3-6) Donald Rafael Garrett — bass clarinet, double bass,…

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Charles Mingus: The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady

Petere 17/03/2012

The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady is a studio album by American jazz musician Charles Mingus, released on Impulse! Records in 1963. The album consists of a single continuous composition—partially written as a ballet—divided into four tracks…

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Coltrane John: Ascension

Rebrik 08/10/2011

Coltrane John: Ascension Ascension is the single recording that placed John Coltrane firmly into the avant-garde. Whereas, prior to 1965, Coltrane could be heard playing in an avant vein with stretched-out solos, atonality, and a seemingly free design…

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Coltrane John: Om

Rebrik 08/10/2011

Coltrane John: Om Condemned by many critics as John Coltrane’s worst album, Om suffers only in comparison to the great works that preceded it. Also issued in 1965, Ascension had stunned the jazz world with the blunt force of…

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John Coltrane: Impressions

Petere 22/08/2011

John Coltrane: Impressions One of John Coltrane’s great LPs of the early ’60s, Impressions might seem like a hodgepodge, with tracks from three different sessions in three different years. Originally released in 1963, Coltrane’s „Impressions“ is one of…

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