16 September, 2010

John Coltrane - Interstellar Space (1967) (2000rem) (eac-log-cover)

John Coltrane - Interstellar Space (1967)
jazz | 1cd | eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 415MB
Impulse! | 2000 remaster
AMG:
Not released for the first time until 1974 but now available in expanded form as a CD, this set of duets by tenor saxophonist John Coltrane and drummer Rashied Ali are full of fire, emotion and constant abstract invention. The original four pieces ("Mars," "Venus," "Jupiter" and "Saturn") are joined by "Leo" and "Jupiter Variation." Coltrane alternates quiet moments with sections of great intensity, showing off his phenominal technique and ability to improvise without the need for chordal instruments. Rousing if somewhat inaccessible music.

Tracks:
1. "Mars" – 10:41
2. "Venus" – 8:28
3. "Jupiter" – 5:22
4. "Saturn" – 11:33
2000 Compact Disc bonus tracks
5. "Leo" – 10:53
6. "Jupiter variation" – 6:44
The 2000 CD reissue also includes a brief rehearsal fragment as well as two false starts of "Jupiter Variation" and studio chatter between Coltrane and Ali. These outtakes are hidden in the pre-gap before "Mars".

Personnel:
* John Coltrane – tenor saxophone, bells
* Rashied Ali – drums

5 comments:

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