Like Prestige Records before them, as Coltrane's fame grew during the 1960s, Atlantic used unissued recordings and released them without either Coltrane's input or approval.
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Part of a slightly frivolous sampler series that features various jazz musicians and vocalists playing or singing the blues, Blue Trane: John Coltrane Plays the Blues has six selections taken from tenor saxophonist John Coltrane 's Prestige recordings. Each of the numbers ("Slowtrane," "Traneing In," "Billie's Bounce," "The Real McCoy," "Big Paul," and "Sweet Sapphire Blues") comes from a different session, including one ("The Real McCoy") featuring Coltrane on alto with Gene Ammons Mal Waldron.
The triple horn arrangements incorporate an additional sonic density that remains a trademark unique to both this band and album. Of particular note is Fuller's even-toned trombone, which bops throughout the title track as well as the frenetic "Moments Notice. Other solos include Paul Chambers' subtly understated riffs on "Blue Train" as well as the high energy and impact from contributions by Lee Morgan and Kenny Drew during "Locomotion
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Written By – John Coltrane
Written By – John Coltrane
Written By – Charlie Parker
|4||The Real McCoy
Written By – Mal Waldron
Written By – Tommy Flanagan
|6||Sweet Sapphire Blues
Written By – Robert Weinstock*
- Copyright (c) – Fantasy, Inc.
- Published By – Fantasy, Inc.
- Distributed By – ZYX Music
- Recorded At – Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey
- Mastered At – Fantasy Studios
- Alto Saxophone – John Coltrane (tracks: 4)
- Art Direction, Design – Jamie Putnam
- Author [Quotation] – John Coltrane
- Baritone Saxophone – Pepper Adams (tracks: 4)
- Bass – Earl May (tracks: 1), George Joyner (tracks: 3,4), Paul Chambers (tracks: 2,5,6)
- Compilation Producer, Transferred By, Assemblage – Ed Michel
- Drums – Arthur Taylor* (tracks: 1,2,3,4,6), Jimmy Cobb
- Engineer [Original Recordings] – Rudy Van Gelder
- Flute – Jerome Richardson (tracks: 4)
- Interviewer – Frank Kofsky
- Leader – Gene Ammons (tracks: 4)
- Leader, Guitar – Kenny Burrell (tracks: 5)
- Liner Notes – Stuart Kremsky
- Mastered By – Dan Kopelson*
- Mastered By, Remastered By – Joe Tarantino
- Piano – Mal Waldron (tracks: 4), Red Garland (tracks: 2,3,6), Tommy Flanagan (tracks: 5)
- Producer [Original Recordings] – Bob Weinstock
- Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane (tracks: 1-3,5-6), Paul Quinichette (tracks: 4)
- Transferred By, Assemblage – Richard Duarte
- Trumpet – Donald Byrd (tracks: 3,6)
NotesSlowtrane – originaly from The Last Trane
Traneing In – originaly from Traneing In
Billie's Bounce – originaly from Dig It!
The Real McCoy – originaly from The Big Sound
Big Paul – originaly from Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane
Sweet Sapphire Blues – originaly from Black Pearls
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 09020454105
- Matrix / Runout: PRCD-11005-2 ZYX MASTERING
- Label Code: LC 0313
|PRCD-11005-2||John Coltrane||Blue Trane: John Coltrane Plays The Blues (CD, Album, Comp)||Prestige||PRCD-11005-2||US||1996|
|PRCD-11005-2||John Coltrane||Blue Trane: John Coltrane Plays The Blues (CD, Comp)||Prestige||PRCD-11005-2||Brazil||1997|