On this episode of Audio Judo Does Jazz, Chris goes into detail about what John Coltrane was up to in 1965.Click here to visit the Audio Judo Does Jazz (AJDJ) websiteWe want to hear from you:Facebook: facebook.com/audiojudodoesjazzTwitter: @audiojudojazzOr email: jazz(at)audiojudo.comFor a direct line to Chris with your questions or comments, email: chris(at)audiojudo.comWe are proud members of the Pantheon Podcast Network. If you like our show check out other music related podcasts at https://www.pantheonpodcasts.comECOMMENDATIONS:You’ve got to start with A LOVE SUPREME – but I highly recommend doing this ONLY AFTER you’ve looked into his earlier work.From there, you’ve got to look into the following 3 albums:TRANSITIONSUN SHIPFIRST MEDITATIONSIf you’re able to, get a hold of that live version of A LOVE SUPREME. Fortunately, for all of us, ANOTHER live version of A LOVE SUPREME is coming out this October, recorded in October around the time of the “Live In Seattle” album.If you like what you’ve heard so far, fill in the rest of the gaps with the following:JOHN COLTRANE QUARTET PLAYS…DEAR OLD STOCKHOLMLIVING SPACEMEDITATIONSAnd if you’re going to go the whole hog:ASCENSIONLIVE IN SEATTLEOMIf you would like to hear similar spiritually-related recordings, try these artists:Alice Coltrane – Journey To SatchidanandaPharaoh Sanders - Karma Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dr. Jazz Podcast: The Latin Jazz Side of John Coltrane (Aug 2021)
The Dr. Jazz Podcast
Most Coltrane fans already know he is a titan of jazz. A heavyweight who had a lyrical side ('The Gentle Side of John Coltrane'). He pushed the boundaries of jazz harmony into the stratosphere and still created many spiritual albums and avant-garde albums in his short 40 year span. While re-reading Lewis Porter's phenomenal book 'John Coltrane: His Life and Music,' he discussed how Coltrane was exposed to a great degree of Latin Jazz while living in Philadelphia and how many straight-ahead players were quite versed in various forms of Latin Jazz around Philly. He also learned how to craft a great deal of Latin Jazz elements into his own writing through his time in Dizzy Gillespie's band. Reading this lead me to the idea of just how much "Latin Jazz" was actually evident in Trane's recorded catalog. To my surprise, there was a great deal. This newfound appreciation for this side of Coltrane and his music has lead me to create this episode of the podcast. I hope you dig it!
SCFB 241: John Coltrane's "Both Directions at Once" Album Review (VAULT)
"SOMETHING came from Baltimore"
VAULT EPISODE "Both Directions at Once - The Lost Album" was released to the public June 2018. The album was recorded in 1963 and was found, cleaned up, and released to the public. Wow. So, the question is..."Why Is It's Good?" We are so happy to have a brand new recording from John Coltrane that we are willing to take anything....or is a great recording? Tonight, on "Something...came from Baltimore" we are speaking to sax man Gregory Thompkins, and we review each track and get to listen to most of the album. Remember to subscribe to SOMETHING came from Baltimore! Listen and share with your friends. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj7HKmMrFB4vAQm3SKzvftA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tomfunproductions Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/something-came-from-baltimore/id1400504427 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/somethingcame-from-baltim Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1Bdz5634Wk5bSpaazynbI4?si=cS-_c_rBS2Os83QECKcuJA&dl_branch=1--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/somethingcame-from-baltim/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/somethingcame-from-baltim/support
Welcome to JazzPianoSkills; it's time to discover, learn, and play Jazz Piano!Every JazzPianoSkills weekly podcast episode introduces aspiring jazz pianists to essential Jazz Piano Skills. Each Podcast episode explores a specific Jazz Piano Skill in depth. Today you will discover, learn, play Mr. P.C. by jazz great John Coltrane. In this Jazz Piano Lesson you will:DiscoverMr. P.C. a classic jazz standard by the great John ColetraneLearnHow to approach the Form, Ckey, Melody, Chord Changes, and Harmonic Function of John Coltrane’s Mr. P.C.PlayJohn Coltrane’s Mr. P.C. using contemporary voicings, melodic harmonization, and improvising using the standard minor blues scaleBe sure to use the Jazz Piano Podcast Packets for this Jazz Piano Lesson for maximum musical growth. All three Podcast Packets are designed to help you gain insight and command of a specific Jazz Piano Skill. The Podcast Packets are invaluable educational tools to have at your fingertips while you discover, learn, and play jazz piano.Download Podcast PacketsIllustrations(detailed graphics of the jazz piano skill)Lead Sheets(beautifully notated music lead sheets)Play Alongs(ensemble assistance and practice tips)Educational SupportCommunity ForumSpeakPipeEpisode OutlineIntroductionDiscover, Learn, PlayInvite to Join JazzPianoSkillsDEMO 1:Mr. P.C. performed by John ColtraneDEMO 2:Mr. P.C. performed by Dr. LawrenceDEMO 3:Form, Key, and ChangesMinor Blues (12 Measures)C Minor Blues - Classic ChangesC Minor Blues - Harmonic FunctionDEMO 4:Contemporary ShellsLeft-Hand Voicings (Quartal Structures)DEMO 5:Contemporary Two-Handed Voicings5-Note Shapes (2 in Left, 3 in Right)Primarily Quartal StructuresDEMO 6:Harmonization of MelodyContemporary Two-Handed VoicingsDEMO 7:Minor Blues Scale ExerciseDEMO 8:Minor Blues Improvisation (Scale Tones Only)DEMO 9:Harmonized Minor Blues Scale ExerciseDEMO 10:Harmonized Minor Blues Scale Improvisation (Scale Tones Only)DEMO 11:Combo ImprovisationSingle Note Minor Blues ScaleHarmonized Minor Blues ScaleConclusionClosing CommentsVisit JazzPianoSkills for more educational resources that include a sequential curriculum with interactive Jazz Piano Courses, private and group online Jazz Piano Classes, and a private jazz piano community Jazz Piano ForumsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=ZZEBGDF38VFNS)
On this episode of Audio Judo Does Jazz, Chris talks about his impressions of another one of the jazz masters: John Coltrane. Starting in his early days with Miles Davis and Thelonious Monk, through his time recording for Atlantic and Impulse! records, and to his tragic early death at the age of 40 from liver cancer in 1967, Chris will cover many of the stand-out points of Coltrane's life.Click here to visit the Audio Judo Does Jazz (AJDJ) websiteWe want to hear from you:Facebook: facebook.com/audiojudodoesjazzTwitter: @audiojudojazzOr email: jazz(at)audiojudo.comFor a direct line to Chris with your questions or comments, email: chris(at)audiojudo.comWe are proud members of the Pantheon Podcast Network. If you like our show check out other music related podcasts at https://www.pantheonpodcasts.comChris' John Coltrane Listening Recommendations:First Round Of Listening:1958 - Blue Train1959 - Kind Of Blue (with Miles Davis)1960 - Giant Steps1961 - My Favorite Things1965 - A Love SupremeSecond Round Of Listening:1956 - Mating Call (with Tadd Dameron)1963 - Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane (with Kenny Burrell, re-released in 1967 as "The Kenny Burrell Quintet With John Coltrane")1958 - Soultrane1964 - Coltrane's Sound1962 - Coltrane Plays The Blues1961 - Africa/Brass1961 - Olé Coltrane1977 - Afro Blue ImpressionsNotesHow To Build A John Coltrane Collection - https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/Jazz/comments/70diuq/how_to_build_a_john_coltrane_collection/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In episode 57 of El Vinilo the team have gone jazz. They take a look at the classic John Coltrane album 'A Love Supreme' and they compare it to the 'Djesse vol. 3' by Jacob Collier. Grace tells us all about her roast dinner, Matt has a bad experience with sweetcorn and Adam has more affirmations for us. El Vinilo IG - @ELVINILOTW - @ElVinilo2FB - https://www.facebook.com/El-Vinilo-108581730839532/Email: Elvinilopodcast@gmail.com This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Episode 167: Episode 167: Penny Rimbaud discusses Crass and John Coltrane
The guys welcome musician and artist Penny Rimbaud to discuss the UK punk band Crass (which Penny formed) and also discuss John Coltrane. Plenty of other discussion including the message and ideology of Crass, “Penis Envy” the album, total being-ness, Patti Smith, beat poets, Walt Whitman, how Crass punked the “Loving” magazine, and how jazz and John Coltrane pushed limits.Check out Penny at: http://pennylrimbaud.co.uk/Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, iHeartMedia, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Additional content is found at: Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast or twitter @podcastrecords or IG at instagram.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast/
Jeff Parker on John Coltrane's "A Love Supreme" (1965)
It doesn't get much more classic than this, John Coltrane's A Love Supreme is a bonafide heat rock. Musician/DJ Jeff Parker sits down with Oliver and guest co-host Jocelyn Brown to discuss this truly iconic album, it's unexpected gospel leanings, and the intentionality behind every aspect of this album.More on JeffNPR's Fresh Air discusses Jeff's album Suite for Max BrownJeff Parker Collaboration with Artist Harold MendezTwitter | InstagramMore on A Love SupremeThe Story of A Love Supreme (NPR)Seeing Through A Love Supreme to Find John Coltrane (The New Yorker)A Love Supreme's entry in the Library of CongressShow tracklisting (all songs from A Love Supreme unless otherwise indicated):A Love Supreme Pt. I - AcknowledgmentA Love Supreme Pt. IV - PsalmTortoise: TNTJeff Parker: Fusion SwirlA Love Supreme Pt. II ResolutionA Love Supreme Pt. IV - PsalmJohn Coltrane: AlabamaA Love Supreme Pt. I - AcknowledgmentA Love Supreme Pt. III - PursuanceA Love Supreme Pt. IV - PsalmA Love Supreme Pt. III - PursuanceA Love Supreme Pt. IV - PsalmA Love Supreme Pt. I - AcknowledgmentA Love Supreme Pt. II - ResolutionA Love Supreme Pt. I - AcknowledgmentA Love Supreme Pt. II - ResolutionA Love Supreme Pt. IV - PsalmDuke Ellington & John Coltrane: In A Sentimental MoodAlice Coltrane: The SunJohn Coltrane: SpiralHere is the Spotify playlist of as many songs as we can find on thereIf you’re not already subscribed to Heat Rocks in Apple Podcasts, do it here!