John Coltrane - The Paris Concert
Culled from a set of live performances recorded in Paris during 1962, John Coltrane's Paris Concert finds the tenor virtuoso stretching out and flashing his improvisational prowess on a 25-plus minute version of 'Mr. P.C.' buoyed by the supple combo of McCoy Tyner (piano), Jimmy Garrison (double bass), and Elvin Jones (drums). This set is quintessential Coltrane through and through and offers a satisfying snapshot of genius at work as Coltrane and company tackle an additional two compositions that astute listeners will recognize from his studio recordings, 'The Inch Worm,' and the beautiful ballad 'Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye.' A must-have for Coltrane fans and a great starting point for listeners interested in exploring the legendary tenorman's illustrious body of work.
1. Mr. P.C.
2. The Inch Worm
3. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye
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