JOHN COLTRANE / “Blue Train”


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2 Responses to “JOHN COLTRANE / “Blue Train””

Kiini Ibura Says:
July 17th, 2008 at 3:06 pm

Very beautiful music. It always surprises me how many jazz songs I “know” in the back of my mind. Thanks to your humongous collection, Baba.


erik hogstrom Says:
February 17th, 2009 at 7:13 pm

Thanks for this post about “Blue Train.” I agree that this Blue Note album is an ideal introduction for listeners who are not quite ready for the later “sheets of sound” period. Trombone player Curtis Fuller was one of the unsung heroes of Blue Note records, so his presence on “Blue Train” is definitely appreciated. I am beginning to think Philly Joe Jones is my favorite drummer, too.


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