John Coltrane - Offering: Live At Temple University


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Allgemein artikel name: offering: live at temple university genre: jazz produkt typ: cd label: resonance records titelanzahl: 5 dauer: 91:49 trackliste cd - 1 1. John coltrane - naima 16:29 2. John coltrane - crescent 26:12 trackliste cd - 2 3. John coltrane - leo 21:29 4. John coltrane - offering 4:19 5. John coltrane - my favorite things 23:20 beschreibung beschreibung recorded eight months before his death from liver cancer, the concert album offering: live at temple university features legendary jazz saxophonist john coltrane performing with his quintet in his hometown of philadelphia on november 11, 1966. Although it's been available in various incomplete bootleg forms over the years, resonance's offering is the first official, complete, & fully mastered version to be released. Produced from a set of long-lost master tapes rediscovered by coltrane's son, saxophonist ravi coltrane, offering showcases the late jazz innovator's final ensemble featuring his wife, keyboardist alice coltrane, saxophonist pharoah sanders, bassist sonny johnson (sitting in for jimmy garrison), drummer rashied ali, & a coterie of local guest musicians. This was coltrane's main lineup after the departure of pianist mccoy tyner & drummer elvin jones only a few months prior to this concert. However, rather than a lesser version of coltrane's once classic quartet, this ensemble seems to have codified the spiritually infused free jazz, modal, & indian raga influences coltrane had been exploring since the early '60s. Gone was the internal band discord over the use of two drummers (tyner & jones' purported bugaboo), replaced by an ensemble of like-minded musicians unified as much by spiritual concerns as creative ones. Beginning with an epic version of his classic 1960 composition "naima," coltrane & his group perform with a sustained intensity & creative focus that would soon become a major element of coltrane lore after his passing. Yet, here they are: the sheets of arpeggiated sound gushing from his saxophone in a burnished oaken moan, the frenetic squelch of sanders & coltrane's dual opening to "leo," & the subsequent mid-track "vocalizations" -- long debated in almost mythological terms by fans who saw coltrane live -- captured here in all their unnerving, otherworldly glory. & while there certainly is something otherworldly & transformative about offering, it's also utterly tangible, visceral, & organically technicolor in the way only the best live performances are. There's also a balance to the performances on offering. By 1966, coltrane had become infamous for his band's extended solos, purportedly shutting down clubs with cacophonous 20-minute improvisations. The longest song here, an inspired reworking of his indelible 1960 version of "my favorite things," clocks in at 23:20 & reveals an ensemble fully capable of guiding an audience on a logical, if no less adventurous, journey through well-charted musical territory. Listening To Alice Co