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Blues To Bechet - John Coltrane - Coltrane Plays The Blues (Vinyl, Album, LP)

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  1. Limited gm vinyl LP pressing of this album including one bonus track. Coltrane Plays the Blues is a thematic LP consisting of six tunes based on the Blues. 'Blues for Bechet', one of the two pieces on this album on which Trane plays the soprano sax, is obviously dedicated to the jazzman who brought this instrument to Jazz: Sidney Bechet/5(61).
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  3. Coltrane Plays the Blues is a thematic LP consisting of six tunes based on the Blues. 'Blues for Bechet', one of the two pieces on this album on which Trane plays the soprano sax, is obviously dedicated to the jazzman who brought this instrument to Jazz: Sidney Bechet.
  4. Coltrane Plays The Blues (Limited Edition 45Rpm G) (Vinyl): COLTRANE, JOHN: chquaridfalkeaparreedisttileftmaskapi.xyzinfo: Music.
  5. Label: Atlantic - ,Atlantic - SD • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo PR - Presswell Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop, Modal John Coltrane - Coltrane Plays The Blues (PR - Presswell Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(26).
  6. Jun 16,  · referencing Coltrane Plays The Blues, LP, Album, Mono, RE, , ‘cause we’re gonna spin a bit of wax, ‘John Coltrane Plays The Blues’, and you’re not going to want to miss that, "Blues To Bechet" is played on a soprano saxophone, accompanied only by bass and drums, and for me, was one of the album's highlights. /5().
  7. Coltrane Plays the Blues is a thematic LP consisting of six tunes based on the Blues. 'Blues for Bechet', one of the two pieces on this album on which Trane plays the soprano sax, is obviously dedicated to the jazzman who brought this instrument to Jazz.
  8. Mar 09,  · The next tune, "Blues to Bechet" is a tribute song to the late Sidney Bechet. Coltrane fittingly plays Soprano and does so in a trio format taking a page out of Sonny Rollins book by having just saxophone, bass, and drums. My favorite tune from this album is "Mr. Syms". Its an incredible blues piece with Trane playing soprano again.
  9. John Coltrane plays soprano sax on Blues To Bechet, Mr. Syms, and Untitled Original, and tenor sax on all other selections, McCoy Tyner, piano, does not perform on Blues To Bechet and Blues To You, All selections were recorded on October 24, at Atlantic Studios, New York, NY.

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