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John ColtraneDial Africa (French pressing) ... LP
Savoy/Musidisc (France), 1958. Very Good .... $8.99
French issue of some of Coltrane's groundbreaking recordings for Savoy from the late 50s – recorded in the company of a super-hip sextet with Wilbur Harden on trumpet, and done in a way so that the tracks open up nice and long, in strong modal grooves that point the way towards 'Trane's later work in the 60s. Three long tracks – "Gold Coast", "Dial Africa", and "Oomba". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a bit of light wear, with some staining along the bottom and on the back.)

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New Miles DavisMiles Davis & John Coltrane Play Richard Rodgers ... LP
Moodsville/Prestige, Late 50s. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A strange collection from Prestige – issued in the early 60s, but featuring late 50s work by Miles with Coltrane, plus one added Coltrane track on his own – all based around the compositions of Richard Rodgers. The work is classic Davis/Trane material from the Prestige years – with supporting players that include Red Garland, Paul Chambers, Percy Heath, Jimmy Cobb, and Philly Joe Jones – plus trumpeter Wilbur Harden on the one track without Davis. Titles include "It Never Entered My Mind", "Spring Is Here", "My Funny Valentine", "I Could Write A Book", and "Blue Room". LP, Vinyl record album
(Blue label pressing. Vinyl has a number of marks and plays with some crackling. Cover has a factory sticker, some splitting on the bottom seam, and on light staining on the back along the opening.)

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New John ColtraneBahia ... CD
Prestige/OJC, Late 50s. Used .... Out Of Stock
Very much in the mode of some of Trane's excellent work for Savoy with Wilbur Harden – with some slight exotic touches, and long drawn-out tracks that show the beginning of Coltrane's modal grooves that would emerge more in the early 60s. No surprise, Harden's on a few of the tracks – and other backing is by Red Garland on piano, Paul Chambers bass, and either Art Taylor or Jimmy Cobb on drums. Titles include "I'm A Dreamer – Aren't We All", "Something I Dreamed Last Night", "Bahia", and "Goldsboro Express". CD