John Coltrane – Soultrane


This wonderful 1958 session features the tenor sax legend leading pianist Red Garland, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Arthur Taylor on a well-chosen five-song set of jazz and pop standards. The album opens with a lively version of Count Basie’s “Good Bait” that allows Coltrane, Chambers and Garland to indulge in some exquisite, highly inventive solos. While Coltrane’s versions of Billy Eckstine’s “I Want To Talk About You” and Fred Lacey’s “Theme For Ernie” are pretty much straight ballad performances, his bold, powerful style brings out the soulful feel of these two beautiful, reflective melodies.

Personnel: John Coltrane (vocals, tenor saxophone); John Coltrane; Paul Chambers (upright bass); Red Garland (piano); Art Taylor (drums).


01. Good Bait
02. I Want To Talk About You
03. You Say You Care
04. Theme For Ernie
05. Russian Lullaby

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One Response to “John Coltrane – Soultrane”

  1. CeeJay says:

    Thank you.

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