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Tenor Conclave + bonus session [CD]

John Coltrane, Hank Mobley Audio CD

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5.0 out of 5 stars Almost two complete albums 10 Jan 2014
By Mike Tarrani - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This album clocks in at 76:28 and is a delight, if for no other reason than to compare and contrast some giants of tenor sax from the period. Since this page is missing a track listing and sound samples at the time of this review here is what is on this expanded album:
01. Tenor Conclave 11:06
02. Just You, Just Me 9:30
03. Bob's Boys 8:22
04. How Deep Is The Ocean? 15:06
05. Cattin' 7:23
06. Sunday 6:59
07. Anatomy 8:52
08. Vodka 9:06

Tracks 1 through 4 are the original album, and you can listen to sound samples on this page: Tenor Conclave. That album is essentially a Prestige blowing session with Trane, Mobley, Sims and Cohn backed by Red Garland's trio comprised of Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass and Art Taylor on drums. This album was recorded at Rudy van Gelder's Hackensack, NJ studio on September 7, 1956.

The remaining tracks are from the album titled Cattin' With Coltrane And Quinichette that was recorded for Prestige at the same studio on May 17, 1957. You can listen to sound samples on that page. This is not the complete album, only the tracks that feature Trane are included here (Exactly Like You and Tea For Two are the missing titles). The session features Trane with Paul Quinichette on tenor sax, and backed by an interesting rhythm section comprised of Mal Waldron on piano, Julian Euell on bass and Ed Thigpen on drums.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One Of The Best Albums You May Never Have Heard! 19 Nov 2012
By Misterian - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This landmark album deserves a lot more recognition than it ever got. Recorded in 1956, around the time of Miles' "Round 'Bout Midnight" sessions, it features Coltrane with what would become the Red Garland Trio (Red, Paul Chambers, and Art Taylor), along with 3 of the great tenors of the time (4 if you count the bonus tracks with an entirely different band). This predates any of Trane's solo work away from Miles and Monk, so it's an important document for that reason alone. Of course, there's the music too, and it's mind-blowing. It's nearly 80 minutes long, and never lets up the whole time. The liner notes are outstanding, which is helpful in knowing who's blowing. I have a pretty good ear, but with 4 tenor saxes, it's hard to distinguish between them. Nevertheless, it's an outstanding album, and I highly recommend it. It should be in your collection.
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