John Coltrane - Sun Quit (1965) [EAC-FLAC]

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John Coltrane &#151; Sun Transport (1965) EAC rip (obtain configuration) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 299 Loose-Fitting Artwork @ 600 dpi (png) -> 154 Mb Recorded on August 26, 1965 (and not released until after his eradication in heavily edited cast), Sun Transport was the unalterable recording by John Coltrane«s quartet with drummer Elvin Jones, pianist McCoy Tyner, and bassist Jimmy Garrison. After nearly four years together, this corps had achieved a animated collective unanimity. When Coltrane moved toward metrically furlough styles of thudding and song (with tunes often based on one chord or a all in all series of notes as themes), the quartet»s pulsating thudding and collective interplay evolved accordingly. The denominate route opens with a splintered thesis. Garrison and Jones clique dramatically around the leader's term, then rhythmically essence the pulse; they allude to a essential thudding more than dignified one. Tyner crafts a colossal loose-fitting of crashing modulations and violent choose lines. Coltrane reenters at loose-fitting slope, alternating throttled more elevated-upon cries with crunching bass declamations, using multiphonics and altissimo as the levitating thudding boils around him. Garrison and Jones are featured on «Ascent» and «Attaining,» where they reveal venturesome new solutions for coming in and out of cadence, and manipulating dynamics while maintaining an amorphous yet sound ebb and rush. The gyrating, sea waves of «Dearly Beloved» lead one to believe earlier balladic explorations such as «Alabama,» with Coltrane«s keening purport providing a well-disciplined melodic converge for the multi-layered, nearly ritualistic rhythms neighbouring him. Tyner»s tremendous chordal waves and contrapuntal proposal enlarge to a surging crawl before the saxophonist reenters to teach them all well-informed in. On «Amen,» the saxophonist announces a let go of modal thesis that evokes waggling, but refracts it through furlough jazz. While a summation for this quartet, Sun Transport is also an energizing if unfinished prelude to Coltrane's unalterable age of transmutation. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tracklist: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- &#151; 01 - Sun Transport 02 - Sincerely Cherished 03 - Amen 04 - Attaining 05 - Ascent *1965, 2011 Impulse! Animation Originals Series| B0015952-02 Personnel: John Coltrane – purport saxophone McCoy Tyner – piano Jimmy Garrison – bass Elvin Jones – drums Use and Sharing, Thanks! John Coltrane &#151; Transmutation (1970) [EAC-FLAC]: <a href="[EAC-FLAC]« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"[EAC-FLAC]</a John Coltrane Quartet &#151; Crescent-Shaped (1964) [EAC-FLAC]: <a href="[EAC-FLAC]« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"[EAC-FLAC]</a