The Atlantic Studio Album Collection

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Digital Media 1: Giant Steps
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1Giant Steps
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-05-05)
drums (drum set):
Art Taylor (on 1959-05-05)
piano:
Tommy Flanagan (on 1959-05-05)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-05-05)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) (in 2022)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1959-05-05)
recording of:
Giant Steps (on 1959-05-05)
composer:
John Coltrane
4.54:49
2Cousin Mary
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-05-05)
drums (drum set):
Art Taylor (on 1959-05-05)
piano:
Tommy Flanagan (on 1959-05-05)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-05-05)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) (in 2022)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1959-05-05)
recording of:
Cousin Mary (on 1959-05-04)
composer:
John Coltrane
publisher:
Jowcol Music
45:52
3Countdown
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-05-04)
drums (drum set):
Art Taylor (on 1959-05-04)
piano:
Tommy Flanagan (on 1959-05-04)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-05-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) (in 2022)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1959-05-04)
recording of:
Countdown (on 1959-05-04)
composer:
John Coltrane
32:26
4Spiral
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-05-04)
drums (drum set):
Art Taylor (on 1959-05-04)
piano:
Tommy Flanagan (on 1959-05-04)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-05-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) (in 2022)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1959-05-04)
recording of:
Spiral (on 1959-05-04)
composer:
John Coltrane
46:04
5Syeeda's Song Flute
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-05-05)
drums (drum set):
Art Taylor (on 1959-05-05)
piano:
Tommy Flanagan (on 1959-05-05)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-05-05)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) (in 2022)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1959-05-05)
recording of:
Syeeda's Song Flute (on 1959-05-05)
composer:
John Coltrane
47:08
6Naima
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-12-02)
drums (drum set):
Jimmy Cobb (US jazz drummer) (on 1959-12-02)
piano:
Wynton Kelly (on 1959-12-02)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-12-02)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) (in 2022)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1959-12-02)
recording of:
Naima (original instrumental version) (on 1959-12-02)
composer:
John Coltrane
publisher:
Jowcol Music
44:26
7Mr. P.C.46:59
Digital Media 2: Coltrane Jazz
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1Little Old Lady
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-11-24)
drums (drum set):
Jimmy Cobb (US jazz drummer) (on 1959-11-24)
piano:
Wynton Kelly (on 1959-11-24)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-11-24)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1959-11-24)
instrumental cover recording of:
Little Old Lady
lyricist:
Stanley Adams (US lyricist & songwriter) and Hoagy Carmichael
composer:
Hoagy Carmichael
4:26
2Village Blues
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-21)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-21)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-21)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-21)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-21)
recording of:
Village Blues
composer:
John Coltrane
5:23
3My Shining Hour
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-12-02)
drums (drum set):
Jimmy Cobb (US jazz drummer) (on 1959-12-02)
piano:
Wynton Kelly (on 1959-12-02)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-12-02)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1959-12-02)
instrumental cover recording of:
My Shining Hour (The Sky’s the Limit) (on 1959-12-02)
lyricist:
Johnny Mercer (in 1943)
composer:
Harold Arlen (in 1943)
publisher:
Harwin Music Corporation (aka Harwin-Music Corp.) and MPL Communications Inc. (Paul McCartney-related, NYC-based company)
part of:
The Sky’s the Limit (1943 film)
recording of:
My Shining Hour (The Sky’s the Limit)
lyricist:
Johnny Mercer (in 1943)
composer:
Harold Arlen (in 1943)
publisher:
Harwin Music Corporation (aka Harwin-Music Corp.) and MPL Communications Inc. (Paul McCartney-related, NYC-based company)
part of:
The Sky’s the Limit (1943 film)
4:53
4Fifth House
recording of:
Fifth House
composer:
John Coltrane
4:42
5Harmonique
recording of:
Harmonique
composer:
John Coltrane
4:12
6Like Sonny
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-12-02)
drums (drum set):
Jimmy Cobb (US jazz drummer) (on 1959-12-02)
piano:
Wynton Kelly (on 1959-12-02)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-12-02)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1959-12-02)
recording of:
Like Sonny (on 1959-12-02)
composer:
John Coltrane
5:54
7I'll Wait and Pray
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-11-24)
drums (drum set):
Jimmy Cobb (US jazz drummer) (on 1959-11-24)
piano:
Wynton Kelly (on 1959-11-24)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-11-24)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1959-11-24)
instrumental cover recording of:
I'll Wait and Pray
composer:
George Treadwell and Jerry Valentine
3:36
8Some Other Blues
recording of:
Some Other Blues
composer:
John Coltrane
5:36
Digital Media 3: My Favorite Things
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1My Favorite Things
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-21)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-21)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-21)
soprano saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-21)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
WEA International Inc. (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor for the world outside of the US) (in 2004)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-21)
part of:
New York Post: 100 Greatest Covers (2007) (number: 49)
instrumental cover recording of:
My Favorite Things (The Sound of Music) (on 1960-10-21)
lyricist:
Oscar Hammerstein II (of Rodgers & Hammerstein)
composer:
Richard Rodgers
publisher:
Sony Music Publishing (Japan) Inc., Williamson Music Company and ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label)
part of:
American Splendor
part of:
The Sound of Music (Rodgers & Hammerstein musical)
cover recording of:
My Favorite Things (The Sound of Music)
lyricist:
Oscar Hammerstein II (of Rodgers & Hammerstein)
composer:
Richard Rodgers
publisher:
Sony Music Publishing (Japan) Inc., Williamson Music Company and ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label)
part of:
American Splendor
part of:
The Sound of Music (Rodgers & Hammerstein musical)
413:44
2Every Time We Say Goodbye
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-26)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-26)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-26)
soprano saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-26)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
WEA International Inc. (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor for the world outside of the US) (in 2004)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-26)
instrumental cover recording of:
Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye (on 1960-10-26)
lyricist and composer:
Cole Porter (composer) (in 1944)
publisher:
Chappell & Co Ltd., Chappell & Co., Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Chappell Music Co. Inc., Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996), ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) and ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部
35:43
3Summertime
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-24)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-24)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-24)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-24)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
WEA International Inc. (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor for the world outside of the US) (in 2004)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-24)
instrumental cover recording of:
Summertime (American songbook standard from 1935 opera Porgy and Bess) (on 1960-10-24)
lyricist:
Dorothy Kuhns (playwright), Ira Gershwin and DuBose Heyward
composer:
George Gershwin (composer)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Chappell Music Ltd., Dubose and Dorothy Heyward Memorial Fund Publishing, George Gershwin Music, New Dawn Music, Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996), Warner/Chappell, Warner/Chappell Music Holland BV, Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09), Ira Gershwin Music (in 1935) and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (from 1935 until 2019-05-28)
is based on:
Porgy and Bess: Act I, Scene I. “Summertime” (Clara)
lyrics quoted on:
Doin’ Time
cover recording of:
Summertime (American songbook standard from 1935 opera Porgy and Bess)
lyricist:
Dorothy Kuhns (playwright), Ira Gershwin and DuBose Heyward
composer:
George Gershwin (composer)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Chappell Music Ltd., Dubose and Dorothy Heyward Memorial Fund Publishing, George Gershwin Music, New Dawn Music, Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996), Warner/Chappell, Warner/Chappell Music Holland BV, Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09), Ira Gershwin Music (in 1935) and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (from 1935 until 2019-05-28)
is based on:
Porgy and Bess: Act I, Scene I. “Summertime” (Clara)
lyrics quoted on:
Doin’ Time
311:36
4But Not for Me
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-26)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-26)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-26)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-26)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
WEA International Inc. (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor for the world outside of the US) (in 2004)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-26)
instrumental cover recording of:
But Not for Me (on 1960-10-26)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin (in 1930)
composer:
George Gershwin (composer) (in 1930)
publisher:
New World Music Corp., WB Music Corp. (1929-2019), WC Music Corp., ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label), ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部 and New World Music Co. (in 1930)
part of:
An American in Paris (2015 Broadway musical)
part of:
Crazy for You (1992 musical)
part of:
Girl Crazy (1930 Musical)
part of:
When the Boys Meet the Girls (1965 film)
9:35
Digital Media 4: Bags & Trane
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1Bags & Trane
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (on 1959-01-15)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-01-15)
drums (drum set):
Connie Kay (on 1959-01-15)
piano:
Hank Jones (piano) (on 1959-01-15)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-01-15)
vibraphone:
Milt Jackson (on 1959-01-15)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US)
recording of:
Bags & Trane (on 1959-01-15)
composer:
Milt Jackson
Milt Jackson & John Coltrane7:28
2Three Little Words
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (on 1959-01-15)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-01-15)
drums (drum set):
Connie Kay (on 1959-01-15)
piano:
Hank Jones (piano) (on 1959-01-15)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-01-15)
vibraphone:
Milt Jackson (on 1959-01-15)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US)
instrumental cover recording of:
Three Little Words (on 1959-01-15)
lyricist:
Bert Kalmar (in 1930)
composer:
Harry Ruby (in 1930)
publisher:
Bug Music (music publishing) and MPL Music Publishing Inc.
Milt Jackson & John Coltrane7:32
3The Night We Called It a Day
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (on 1959-01-15)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-01-15)
drums (drum set):
Connie Kay (on 1959-01-15)
piano:
Hank Jones (piano) (on 1959-01-15)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-01-15)
vibraphone:
Milt Jackson (on 1959-01-15)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US)
instrumental cover recording of:
The Night We Called It a Day (on 1959-01-15)
lyricist:
Tom Adair
composer:
Matt Dennis (American singer, pianist, band leader)
publisher:
Dorsey Brothers Music
Milt Jackson & John Coltrane4:24
4Be-Bop
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (on 1959-01-15)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-01-15)
drums (drum set):
Connie Kay (on 1959-01-15)
piano:
Hank Jones (piano) (on 1959-01-15)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-01-15)
vibraphone:
Milt Jackson (on 1959-01-15)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US)
instrumental cover recording of:
Be-Bop (on 1959-01-15)
composer:
Dizzy Gillespie
Milt Jackson & John Coltrane8:01
5The Late Late Blues
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (on 1959-01-15)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (on 1959-01-15)
drums (drum set):
Connie Kay (on 1959-01-15)
piano:
Hank Jones (piano) (on 1959-01-15)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1959-01-15)
vibraphone:
Milt Jackson (on 1959-01-15)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US)
recording of:
The Late Late Blues (on 1959-01-15)
composer:
Milt Jackson
Milt Jackson & John Coltrane9:36
Digital Media 5: Olé Coltrane
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1Olé
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1961-05-25)
recording engineer:
Phil Ramone (on 1961-05-25)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Art Davis (US jazz double bassist) (on 1961-05-25) and Reggie Workman (on 1961-05-25)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1961-05-25)
flute:
George Lane (on 1961-05-25)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1961-05-25)
soprano saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1961-05-25)
trumpet:
Freddie Hubbard (on 1961-05-25)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Essential Jazz Classics (in 2014)
recording of:
Olé
composer:
John Coltrane
publisher:
Jowcol Music
18:15
2Dahomey Dance
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1961-05-25)
recording engineer:
Phil Ramone (on 1961-05-25)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
alto saxophone:
George Lane (on 1961-05-25)
double bass:
Art Davis (US jazz double bassist) (on 1961-05-25) and Reggie Workman (on 1961-05-25)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1961-05-25)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1961-05-25)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1961-05-25)
trumpet:
Freddie Hubbard (on 1961-05-25)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Essential Jazz Classics (in 2014)
recording of:
Dahomey Dance
composer:
John Coltrane
10:51
3Aisha
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1961-05-25)
recording engineer:
Phil Ramone (on 1961-05-25)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
alto saxophone:
George Lane (on 1961-05-25)
double bass:
Reggie Workman (on 1961-05-25)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1961-05-25)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1961-05-25)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1961-05-25)
trumpet:
Freddie Hubbard (on 1961-05-25)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Essential Jazz Classics (in 2014)
recorded at:
A&R Recording Studio (Third studio, 322 West 48th Street) in New York, New York, United States (on 1961-05-25)
recording of:
Aisha (on 1961-05-25)
composer:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist)
7:39
Digital Media 6: Coltrane Plays the Blues
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1Blues to Elvin
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (on 1960-10-24)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-24)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-24)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-24)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-24)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-24)
recording of:
Blues to Elvin (on 1960-10-24)
composer:
John Coltrane
7:52
2Blues to Bechet
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (on 1960-10-24)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-24)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-24)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-24)
soprano saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-24)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-24)
recording of:
Blues to Bechet (on 1960-10-24)
composer:
John Coltrane
5:46
3Blues to You
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (on 1960-10-24)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-24)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-24)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-24)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-24)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-24)
recording of:
Blues to You (on 1960-10-24)
composer:
John Coltrane
6:30
4Mr. Day
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (on 1960-10-24)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-24)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-24)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-24)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-24)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-24)
recording of:
Mr. Day (on 1960-10-24)
composer:
John Coltrane
7:56
5Mr. Syms
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (on 1960-10-24)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-24)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-24)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-24)
soprano saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-24)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-24)
recording of:
Mr. Syms (on 1960-10-24)
composer:
John Coltrane
5:23
6Mr. Knight
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (on 1960-10-24)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-24)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-24)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-24)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-24)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-24)
recording of:
Mr. Knight (on 1960-10-24)
composer:
John Coltrane
7:40
Digital Media 7: Coltrane's Sound
#TitleRatingLength
1The Night Has a Thousand Eyes
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-26)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-26)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-26)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-26)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-26)
instrumental cover recording of:
The Night Has a Thousand Eyes
lyricist:
Buddy Bernier
composer:
Buddy Bernier and Jerry Brainin
recording of:
The Night Has a Thousand Eyes
lyricist:
Buddy Bernier
composer:
Buddy Bernier and Jerry Brainin
6:53
2Central Park West
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-24)
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (on 1960-10-24)
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-24)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-24)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-24)
soprano saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-24)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-24)
recording of:
Central Park West (on 1960-10-24)
composer:
John Coltrane
4:16
3Liberia
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-26)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-26)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-26)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-26)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-26)
recording of:
Liberia
composer:
John Coltrane
6:53
4Body and Soul
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-24)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-24)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-24)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-24)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-24)
instrumental cover recording of:
Body and Soul (on 1960-10-24)
lyricist:
Frank Eyton (in 1930), Edward Heyman (in 1930) and Robert Sour (in 1930)
composer:
Johnny Green (composer and conductor, often credited as John Green) (in 1930)
publisher:
Bug Music, Inc., Chappell & Co Ltd., Druropetal Music, Quartet Music Inc., Range Road Music Inc., Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!), ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label), ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部, WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (until 2019-05-28) and WC Music Corp. (from 2019-05-28 to present)
recording of:
Body and Soul
lyricist:
Frank Eyton (in 1930), Edward Heyman (in 1930) and Robert Sour (in 1930)
composer:
Johnny Green (composer and conductor, often credited as John Green) (in 1930)
publisher:
Bug Music, Inc., Chappell & Co Ltd., Druropetal Music, Quartet Music Inc., Range Road Music Inc., Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!), ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label), ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部, WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (until 2019-05-28) and WC Music Corp. (from 2019-05-28 to present)
cover recording of:
Body and Soul
lyricist:
Frank Eyton (in 1930), Edward Heyman (in 1930) and Robert Sour (in 1930)
composer:
Johnny Green (composer and conductor, often credited as John Green) (in 1930)
publisher:
Bug Music, Inc., Chappell & Co Ltd., Druropetal Music, Quartet Music Inc., Range Road Music Inc., Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!), ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label), ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部, WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (until 2019-05-28) and WC Music Corp. (from 2019-05-28 to present)
5:40
5Equinox
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-26)
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (on 1960-10-26)
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-26)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-26)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-26)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-26)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Essential Jazz Classics (in 2014)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-26)
recording of:
Equinox (on 1960-10-26)
composer:
John Coltrane
publisher:
Jowcol Music
8:39
6Satellite
double bass:
Steve Davis (post-bop contrabassist who played with Coltrane) (on 1960-10-24)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1960-10-24)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (jazz pianist) (on 1960-10-24)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-10-24)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-10-24)
recording of:
Satellite
composer:
John Coltrane
5:59
Digital Media 8: The Avant-Garde
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Cherryco
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Charlie Haden (American jazz bassist) (on 1960-06-28)
drums (drum set):
Ed Blackwell (on 1960-06-28)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-06-28)
trumpet:
Don Cherry (Jazz trumpeter) (on 1960-06-28)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-06-28)
recording of:
Cherryco (on 1960-06-28)
composer:
Don Cherry (Jazz trumpeter)
John Coltrane & Don Cherry6:49
2Focus on Sanity
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Percy Heath (on 1960-07-08)
drums (drum set):
Ed Blackwell (on 1960-07-08)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-07-08)
trumpet:
Don Cherry (Jazz trumpeter) (on 1960-07-08)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-07-08)
cover recording of:
Focus on Sanity (on 1960-07-08)
composer:
Ornette Coleman
publisher:
MJQ Music, Inc.
John Coltrane & Don Cherry12:15
3The Blessing
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Charlie Haden (American jazz bassist) (on 1960-06-28)
drums (drum set):
Ed Blackwell (on 1960-06-28)
soprano saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-06-28)
trumpet:
Don Cherry (Jazz trumpeter) (on 1960-06-28)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-06-28)
cover recording of:
The Blessing (on 1960-06-28)
composer:
Ornette Coleman
John Coltrane & Don Cherry7:53
4The Invisible
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Percy Heath (on 1960-07-08)
drums (drum set):
Ed Blackwell (on 1960-07-08)
soprano saxophone and tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-07-08)
trumpet:
Don Cherry (Jazz trumpeter) (on 1960-07-08)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-07-08)
recording of:
Invisible (on 1960-07-08)
composer:
Ornette Coleman
publisher:
Carl Fischer Music
John Coltrane & Don Cherry4:11
5Bemsha Swing
producer:
Nesuhi Ertegun
double bass:
Percy Heath (on 1960-07-08)
drums (drum set):
Ed Blackwell (on 1960-07-08)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1960-07-08)
trumpet:
Don Cherry (Jazz trumpeter) (on 1960-07-08)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1960-07-08)
cover recording of:
Bemsha Swing (instrumental) (on 1960-07-08)
composer:
Denzil Best and Thelonious Monk
publisher:
Bayes Music Corporation, Bocu Music Ltd. and Thelonious Music
John Coltrane & Don Cherry5:05