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Monday, June 18, 2007

The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra - A Coltrane Serenade

ColtranelgThe Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra is probably too big and bulky to be considered a tight unit but all the players are individually of distinction. Mainly their program is to highlight and celebrate the giants of jazz from yesteryear. They have performed and recorded music by Ellington, big band swing and numerous others.
To celebrate John Coltrane, the "house band" of Todd Williams, Wynton Marsalis, Marcus Roberts, Christian McBride, Billy Higgins and Wes Andersen are supplemented by guests Joe Henderson, McCoy Tyner and Roy Haynes.
This is a very comfortable way to get into Coltrane as the music here are among his most accessible. Dear Lord is taken at a lounge-y pace, with enough soloing to make this jazz. Coltrane’s explosive, experiential side is gently avoided. The final Mr Symes is a sweet ballad.
Almost 40 years after his passing, John Coltrane’s best work remains A Love Supreme which hopefully any self-respecting jazz fan has in his collection.


01 Mr Day (11.5MB)
02 Miles Mode (11.7MB)
03 Tunji (11.1MB)
04 Dear Lord (10.7MB)
05 Mr Symes/ Dahomey Dance


Tks 1-3 Lineup:
Todd Williams ts
Wes Andersen as
Wynton Marsalis tr
Marcus Roberts p
Christian McBride b
Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra - Jazz At Lincoln Centre, Alice Tully Hall, New York, August 9, 1991Billy Higgins dr


Tks 4-5 Lineup:
Joe Henderson ts
McCoy Tyner p
Christian McBride b
Roy Haynes dr
Charles McPherson as
Reginald Veal b

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