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Coltrane, Jaspar, Sulieman & Young - Interplay For 2 Trumpets And 2 Tenors (2016) [Hi-Res]

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Coltrane, Jaspar, Sulieman & Young - Interplay For 2 Trumpets And 2 Tenors (2016) [Hi-Res]
Artist: John Coltrane, Bobby Jaspar, Idrees Sulieman & Webster Young
Title Of Album: Interplay For 2 Trumpets And 2 Tenors
Year Of Release: 1957 / 2016
Label: Concord Records
Country: USA
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC (*tracks, booklet)
Bitrate: Lossless [192kHz/24bit]
Time: 51:44
Full Size: 1.2 GB


01. Interplay (9:41)
02. Anatomy (11:55)
03. Light Blue (7:53)
04. Soul Eyes (17:33)
05. C.T.A. (4:42)


John Coltrane, tenor saxophone
Bobby Jaspar, tenor saxophone
Idrees Sulieman, trumpet
Webster Young, trumpet
Mal Waldron, piano
Kenny Burrell, guitar
Paul Chambers, bass
Art Taylor, drums

John Coltrane (tenor sax) resumed his association with Rudy Van Gelder's Prestige label on a late March 1957 "all-star" session alongside Idrees Sulieman (trumpet), Webster Young (trumpet), Bobby Jaspar (tenor sax), Kenny Burrell (guitar), Paul Chambers (bass), Art Taylor (drums), and de facto arranger/songwriter Mal Waldron. This interesting blend of instrumentalists lives up to its potential as well as the equally intriguing Interplay for 2 Trumpets and 2 Tenors (1957). In fact, the appropriately named "Interplay" is up first with the melody extracting a feel that, while deeply entrenched in bop, has undeniable roots in Dixieland. Sulieman is exceptional with his melodic and thoughtful contributions, although it seems to be Coltrane who drives the theme the furthest. The tune's call-and-response structure doesn't fetter Coltrane as he pushes boundaries, pointing in the direction his music would continue to take. Kenny Burell gets some space to stretch out on the understated and refined cool of "Anatomy." After the horns collectively establish the midtempo groove, listeners are treated to sublime solos via the stringed mastery of both the guitarist's fluid fret runs and Chambers' warm and playful bowed bass. Waldron picks back up for a few bars before handing things over to the brass. Note Sulieman's focus and strength as his flurry is a perfect springboard for Coltrane's criminally short interjections. Just like its name suggests, "Light Blue" presents the essence of the blues in a practically playful manner. After the short but sweet intro -- featuring some excellent comping by Burrell -- Waldron's presence evolves into weaving phrases clearly inspired by the guitarist. It is fascinating how Coltrane "gets up to speed," as if his portion is joined already in-progress and fully formed. The trumpets and tenor saxes collectively create a warm, intimate, and inviting harmonic embrace. Burrell is sublime, as are Waldon's accents to his detailed string work, while Young's muted sound conjures the cool and sweet of Miles Davis. Coltrane's confidence soars and his playing is unquestionably ahead of its time. -- Lindsay Planer

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