As Coltrane's fame grew during the 1960s, long after he had stopped recording for the label, Prestige assembled varied recordings and reissued them as new albums in Coltrane's name. The original album consists of three previously unissued tracks by Coltrane as a leader ("The Believer", "Nakatini Serenade" and "Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful?") from two separate recording sessions in 1958.
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It is an amalgam of two tracks reissued from New Jazz Records 8228 The Ray Draper Quintet featuring John Coltrane released in 1960, with three unissued tracks by Coltrane as a leader from two separate recording sessions in 1958. All tracks were recorded at the studio of Rudy Van Gelder in Hackensack, New Jersey.
5 bonus tracks originally released on "The Ray Draper Quintet featuring John Coltrane" (New Jazz 8228). Dan Morgenstern's notes are reproduced from the original album liner; Ira Gitler's are excerpts from his liner notes for the New Jazz 8228 album. Made in Germany on mould ring.
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This article presents the discography of the jazz saxophonist and band leader John Coltrane (September 23, 1926 – July 17, 1967). Coltrane participated in his first recording sessions while enlisted in the Navy from August 6, 1945, to August 11, 1946. He performed eight numbers in a pickup band that included trumpeter Dexter Culbertson. These were private recordings not made for official release.
The Believer offers an early glimpse at the talents of a still-developing John Coltrane. Recorded in the late '50s while he was still a member of the Miles Davis Sextet, this early solo outing finds Coltrane confident but just beginning to explore the kind of modalities with which he would soon revolutionize the world of jazz. One of the reasons Coltrane is so at ease here is the familiar setting: he's joined by fellow Davis cohorts Paul Chambers and Red Garland, among others.