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The House That Trane Built: The Story Of Impulse Records

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Released: 2006

The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records

Label: Impulse! Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: CD1: Where Flamingos Fly (Gil Evans); Stolen Moments (Oliver Nelson); Greensleeves (John Coltrane); Alamode (Art Blakely); Honeysuckle Rose (Benny Carter); Trey Of Hearts (Count Basie); Samba Para Bean (Coleman Hawkins); Too Young To Go Steady (John Coltrane); Snap Crackle (Roy Haynes); Chocolate Shake (Freddie Hubbard); Impressions (John Coltrane); Theme From Lester Young (Aka Goodbye Pork Pie Hat) (Charles Mingus).

CD2: My One And Only Love (John Coltrane); Salt And Pepper (Sonny Stitt); Forest Flower (Sunrise/Forest Flower (Sunset (Chico Hamilton); T 'N' A Blues (McCoy Tyner); Someone To Watch Over Me (Ben Webster); Sister Mamie (Yusef Lateef); A Love Supreme: Part 1 (Acknowledgement (John Coltrane); Rapid Shave (Shirley Scott); Los Olvidados (Archie Shepp); Ask Me Now! (Pee Wee Russell).

CD3: Black And Tan Fantasy (Earl Hines); Alfie's Theme (Sonny Rollins); Spanish Rice (Clark Terry); Mama Too Tight (Archie Shepp); Gypsy Queen (Gabor Szabo); Larry Of Arabia (Chico Hamilton); Our Prayer (Albert Ayler); Offering (John Coltrane); Journey Is Satchidananda (Alice Coltrane); War Orphans (Charlie Haden).

CD4: Stolen Moments (Ahmad Jamal); The Creator Has A Master Plan (Pharoah Sanders); India (Gato Barbieri); The Rich (And The Poor) (Keith Jarrett); Hard Work (John Handy); Walk With Me (Alice Coltrane).

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Various Artists: The House That Trane Built: The Story Of Impulse Records

Read "The House That Trane Built: The Story Of Impulse Records" reviewed by Chris May

From 1965-75, the Impulse! label was what Blue Note had been in the preceding decade--namely, the label that defined its era--but much of its back catalogue has been only fitfully available for years. The release of this four-CD set, plus a label biography and ten single-artist CD compilations, suggests that might be about to change. If ...

The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records

Read "The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records" reviewed by Norman Weinstein

Various Artists The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records Impulse! 2006 Your reaction to this four-CD box has a great deal to do with whether you give more emphasis to the main title, “The House That Trane Built, or the subtitle, “The Story of Impulse Records. If ...


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