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The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra: A Love Supreme

Read "A Love Supreme" reviewed by Jack Bowers

I have to start this review with a confession. I've never heard John Coltrane's original recording of A Love Supreme. Sorry; Trane and I parted ways after some of his earlier successes ( Blue Train, Settin' the Pace, Giant Steps, My Favorite Things ), so I must appraise the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra's re-creation of the ...

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Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra: A Love Supreme

Read "A Love Supreme" reviewed by Jim Santella

Getting into the spirit of John Coltrane's seminal suite of reverential devotion, the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra explores classic jazz from an emotional angle. They swing, and they move cohesively with a big band's full sense of itself; however, the orchestra does not succeed fully in bringing the kind of emotional feeling to the forum that ...

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Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra featuring Wynton Marsalis: A Love Supreme

Read "A Love Supreme" reviewed by John Kelman

In the last year there's been a resurgence of interest in John Coltrane's epochal A Love Supreme. First saxophonist Branford Marsalis' quartet released a live DVD with an incendiary version of the suite, demonstrating with the same instrumentation how an ensemble could be reverent without being imitative, capturing the essence of the piece without sounding like ...

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Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra: A Love Supreme

Read "A Love Supreme" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The Marsalis brothers are going to single-handedly turn John Coltrane's crowning achievement into a jazz standard. Branford Marsalis recently released a DVD/CD set of his quartet's performance of the jazz suite, recorded live in Amsterdam at Bimhuis Jazz Club. Now younger brother Wynton has provided the suite with a new spin, a big band treatment arranged ...

John Coltrane: A Love Supreme

Read "A Love Supreme" reviewed by Robert Spencer

Although this disc is relatively new in its packaging and 20-bit format, it enjoyed a popular run previously as one of the first Impulse CD reissues. The latest re-release is an attractive treatment: the original (first-rate) cover art is restored, the sound is markedly better, and John Coltrane's liner letter and poem are in a readable ...