13 November, 2010

Wilbur Harden, John Coltrane - Mainstream (1958) (eac-log-cover)

Wilbur Harden, John Coltrane - Mainstream (1958)
jazz | 1cd | eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 205MB
Savoy | Denon digital remastering,  limited edition
dustygroove.com:
An incredible chapter of John Coltrane's early career – one of a pair of albums he cut with trumpeter Wilbur Harden for Savoy records! The title's a bit misleading, as the sound here really isn't "mainstream" at all – but more in the longer modal mode that would emerge more strongly in Coltrane's later recordings. The album is really significant – in that it almost marks the first time that Trane got to express his voice freely, and work through a more visionary sound – but big credit also goes to Wilbur Harden, who wrote all the longer tracks on the set, and who is coming at the record from kind of a Yusef Lateef exotic perspective. Other players include Tommy Flanagan and Lateef-bandmates Doug Watkins on bass and Louis Hayes on drums – and titles include "West 42nd Street", "EFFPH", "Snuffy", and "Rhodomagnetics

Tracks:
-1. "Wells Fargo" — 7:19
-2. "West 42nd Street" — 7:49
-3. "E.F.F.P.H" — 5:24
-4. "Snuffy" — 9:35
-5. "Rhodomagnetics I" — 7:08

Personnel:
* John Coltrane — tenor saxophone
* Wilbur Harden — trumpet/flugelhorn
* Tommy Flanagan — piano
* Doug Watkins — bass
* Louis Hayes — drums
Recorded March 13 1958 in Hackensack, NJ.

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