By the Numbers (Coltrane) – 12:00. John Coltrane – tenor saxophone. Paul Chambers – bass. Recorded March 26, 1958, Rudy Van Gelder Studio. jazz,modern,hard bop.
Redirected from Settin' the Pace (album)). It is assembled from unissued results of a single recording session at the studio of Rudy Van Gelder in Hackensack, New Jersey in 1958. Coltrane on tenor saxophone is accompanied by the Red Garland Trio with Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Art Taylor on drums.
Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). And to that point, as far as material this album is understated but still top-notch. I See Your Face Before Me" is a lovely romantic ballad that has also been covered by Sinatra among others. This is the kind of romantic ballad that people think of when they think of jazz saxophone.
By: John Coltrane (1961, Jazz). More albums from John Coltrane: The Mastery Of John Coltrane, Vol. I Feelin’ Good by John Coltrane. John Coltrane And Johnny Hartman by John Coltrane. The Mastery Of John Coltrane, Vol. IV ‘Trane’s Modes’ by John Coltrane. Live At The Village Vanguard by John Coltrane. Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album by John Coltrane.
John Coltrane - Little Melonae 14:05. John Coltrane - Rise 'N' Shine 07:16. John Coltrane/Johnny Hartman: John Coltrane And Johnny Hartman/I Just Dropped By To Say Hello - John Coltrane, Джордж Гершвин, Ирвинг Берлин. Standard Coltrane - John Coltrane. John Coltrane The Greatest Hits - John Coltrane. Evidence - John Coltrane.
Coltrane does not do the old Dexter Gordon/Leo Parker duet number, "Settin' the Pace," in this set. The overall title merely refers to his preeminence in the jazz world at the time the recording was released in the early Sixties.