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|1. In a Sentimental Mood|
|2. Take the Coltrane|
|3. Big Nick|
|5. My Little Brown Book|
|7. The Feeling of Jazz|
The music is just that good.
One couldn't find two more different artists stylistically than Coltrane and Ellington, but that difference emerges as a positive on this great release.
Bassist Jimmy Garrison (who plays in Coltrane's classic quartet along with an amazing drummer on this album named Elvin Jones) also gives a great solo.
Monsters of Jazz on display for us to admire and enjoy. This LP has outstanding audio quality throughout both sides. Highly recommended for the old school of jazz greats.Published 3 months ago by JR
Whenever you feel like Coltrane is best exemplified by his mid-60s experimentation take a step back and listen to this...or Birdland or A Love Supreme...this is pure beauty. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chris Newman
I must confess, I love just about everything Duke Ellington and John Coltrane record, but surprisingly, this collaboration is new to me! Two masters recording an album together! Read morePublished 4 months ago by TShell
Beautiful masterpiece, had a nice cover art came in plastic and delivered quickly 1 day after predicted on tracking.Published 4 months ago by Ea
Coltrane with the famous rhythm section, but a different more conventional approach with the Duke at the piano.Published 5 months ago by Barry
Better than I expected -- Great rhythm and wonderful collaboration.Published 8 months ago by Johnny Saleh
this is like my fourth album with coltrane I bought the collaboration he did with thelonious monk, milt jackson and i picked up love supreme this is a great addition to the libraryPublished 9 months ago by gee riley
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