All About Jazz

Home » Tag Center » Tag: Traneing In

Content by tag "Traneing In"

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

John Coltrane with the Red Garland Trio: Traneing In

Read "Traneing In" reviewed by Stephen Wood

Guitarist Pat Metheny once said that he didn't often play standards because he felt like he couldn't offer much along the way of a unique interpretation. This paralyzing sensation in the face of prodigious precedent is equally as debilitating when it comes to delivering fresh insights on the music of saxophonist John Coltrane.

After listening ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

John Coltrane: Traneing In

Read "Traneing In" reviewed by John Barron

Rudy Van Gelder's Hackensack, New Jersey studio was the East Coast destination of choice in the 1950s and '60s for small jazz labels like Prestige and Blue Note. The amount of one-day, no-rehearsal blowing sessions made up of blues, ballads and burners that Van Gelder engineered is monumental. Traneing In is a prime example of what ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

John Coltrane: Traneing In

Read "Traneing In" reviewed by Florence Wetzel

In August 1957, John Coltrane was at a very interesting point in his career. His apprentice years in big bands long past, he had recently left the seminal Miles Davis quintet and was in the midst of a six-month run with Monk at the Five Spot. At the height of this fertile period, with so much ...