News featuring John Coltrane

The following news stories mention John Coltrane. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated within the last hour.

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  • 50 Years Of Coltrane's 'A Love Supreme'

    Fifty years ago this week, John Coltrane and his band stepped into the studio to lay down the tracks on what would become his most important statement: "A Love Supreme." NPR's Arun Rath takes a look back at the album.

    Read the complete article at www.npr.org

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  • John Coltrane's Story to Be Told in New Documentary

    Don Cheadle's long-gestating Miles Davis biopic is still forthcoming, and soon another classic jazz player will be getting the silver screen treatment: John Coltrane. The saxophonist will be examined with a documentary by director/writer/producer John Scheinfeld. Scheinfeld has an history of making music docs, having been responsible for The U.S. vs. John Lennon (2006) and Who Is Harry Nilsson (and Why Is Everybody Talkin' About Him?) (2010). He also produced 2005's Beautiful Dreamer: Brian Wilson and the Story of "Smile". This latest project evidently comes...Read More

    Read the complete article at exclaim.ca

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  • John Coltrane: Offering: Live at Temple University

    This set, performed just nine months before Coltrane's death, shows both the impressive openness of his late-era band and the limitations of its sound.

    Coltrane's untimely death of liver cancer in 1967 cut the legend's life and career short at just age 40. With all the myriad releases he created in his life, and the glut of material that came after, it's hard to believe his career in earnest only lasted about 11 years. It's also a career that tends to get divided into two periods: his traditionalist beginning and his innovative, free-jazz later years. That these two things…

    Read the complete article at www.popmatters.com

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