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Jazz Icons: John Coltrane Live in `60, `61 and `65 (2007) [1 DVD]



This amazing Collector's Item DVD provides an epic 95-minute overview of a true giant of 20th-century music. Three separate shows reveal Coltrane's ascending creative arc from hard bop innovator as a member of the Miles Davis Quartet in 1960 to consummate bandleader in 1961 to unrivalled jazz visionary in 1965. This DVD not only features Trane's classic quartet with Elvin Jones (drums), Jimmy Garrison (bass) and McCoy Tyner (piano), but also spotlights him onstage with other jazz legends including Stan Getz, Eric Dolphy and Oscar Peterson. Includes mind-blowing versions of his signature tunes "My Favorite Things" and "Impressions".

Liner notes:

Foreword: It’s hard to imagine that John Coltrane’s recording career lasted only 12 years. His was an unending intellectual and spiritual quest through music. No one with such an extraordinary degree of talent worked as hard to master his instrument and to seek the deepest form of human expression through it.

In that 12 years, Coltrane was always instantly identifiable, yet always changing and evolving. The three performances on this DVD show in dramatic relief the most important phases of his career.

These newly discovered 1960 performances with Miles Davis’s rhythm section find him near the end of his “sheets-of-sound” period, which gave us such masterpieces as “Mr. P.C.” and “Giant Steps.” Coltrane was anxious to form his own group and this final tour with Davis was a favor to the trumpeter. His restlessness shows through in his playing here and elsewhere at the time. It is fascinating to hear him with one of his early idols Stan Getz and his playing seems to challenge Getz to a new level.

Sample Liner Notes by Ashley Kahn:

Of all the giants of modern jazz—and by giant I mean those whose shadows still loom large over today’s music scene —none seem as woefully under-represented in the medium of moving image as John Coltrane. It almost seems as if he had an aversion to film and television cameras. How else to explain the number of taped performances that doesn’t even reach a dozen?

It’s a little difficult to be precise. There might be more visual recordings of Coltrane, just waiting to be discovered in some government archive or personal collection. There have been rumors of a film of Dizzy Gillespie’s big band in 1950 with Coltrane in the horn section, as well as an Italian concert from 1962. And there’s the first half hour of this DVD—a long-buried German TV broadcast from 1960 that is now available commercially for the first time.

Small surprise that the state-owned media libraries of Europe have yielded most of what exists of Coltrane in action. Reverence for progressive jazz – especially the more challenging style that Coltrane helped pioneer—has always seemed to first flower overseas. And adulation for Coltrane specifically? In Europe, it was ever more immediate, and largely free of the controversies that dogged him back home as he continually changed sound and style from 1957, when he recorded his first album as a leader, until his passing in 1967.
Having the chance to mark that progress, to see as well as hear a few moments along that creative timeline, is one of the delights of this DVD. The shifts are marked and measurable; the Coltrane of 1960, approaching the end of more than four years as a sideman in Miles Davis’s lineup, was not the Coltrane of 1961, a bandleader of confidence and growing success.

By 1965, Coltrane’s groundbreaking quartet had been running with near-telepathic unison for almost four years, pushing their music to dramatic and dizzying heights—sparking what many hail as the last significant leap forward in modern jazz.

Coltrane’s continuing importance in the realm of jazz is reason enough for this DVD. But his influence reaches a far wider musical circle that looks beyond categories, one that stays hungry for any evidence of such musical titans in action. For all the above, the three performances herein capture Coltrane’s defining elements: his brittle and blues-drenched tone, his vocal-like vocabulary of slurs, shrieks and rapid-fire runs, his deep sense of searching and spirituality—channeling both a lilting, Eastern mysticism and a down-home, Pentecostal fury.

(Germany, 1960)
On Green Dolphin Street
The Theme
Autumn Leaves / What's New / Moonlight in Vermont

  • John Coltrane (Tenor & Soprano Sax)
  • Wynton Kelly (Piano)
  • Paul Chambers (Bass)
  • Jimmy Cobb (Drums)
  • with guests
  • Oscar Peterson (Piano)
  • Stan Getz (Tenor Sax)
March 28, 1960 – Dьsseldorf, West Germany 

“Norman Granz’s JATP Presents Jazz Winners of 1960” was the name of the all-star tour that featured Miles Davis’s quintet—Coltrane, pianist Wynton Kelly, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Jimmy Cobb—along with the Stan Getz Quartet and Oscar Peterson Trio. Over three weeks, the groups traveled in tandem, making dates in France, Holland, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Italy, Austria and West Germany.

For the headliners, it was not new territory. Davis for one had first visited Europe as early as 1949.

For Coltrane, it was his first time overseas, and yet the trip held little charm. He had already exited the trumpeter’s band when he reluctantly agreed to remain with the group that had lifted him from obscurity in late ’55. Doing so required that he put his plans for starting his own band on hold. “He grumbled and complained and sat by himself all the time we were over there,” Davis recalled years later.

Coltrane’s behavior was atypical for the normally even-keeled saxophonist, but then he did have to cancel a series of dates at New York’s Five Spot nightclub. And that wasn’t the only bit of drama involving Davis. When the tour arrived in Dьsseldorf at the end of its first week, Granz was told that Davis would not be participating in an already scheduled television taping.

(Germany, 1961)
My Favourite Things
Ev'rytime We Say Goodbye

  • John Coltrane (Tenor & Soprano Sax)
  • Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax & Flute)
  • McCoy Tyner (Piano)
  • Reggie Workman (Bass)
  • Elvin Jones (Drums)

August 1, 1965 – Comblain-La-Tour, Belgium
Over time, the Coltrane group of 1962-’65 came to be known as the Classic Quartet. The summer of ’65 marked three-and-a-half years together. An average of 150 gigs a year, and three sets a night, enabled them to hone both a distinct sound and a dynamic reputation. Part of that reputation focused on their live shows, and Coltrane’s tendency to turn regular tunes into 20- to 30-minute workouts.

It was about much more than just the length, it was what the quartet delivered in extended doses: sustained, elevating energy and a marked density of musical ideas, a heightened sense of drama, and a sweat-inducing delivery that seemed to somehow articulate answers to spiritual mysteries.

It was hip and hypnotic, frenetic and at times frightening. It was not the polite music older club-goers expected from an evening of jazz entertainment.

No wonder Coltrane’s circle of listeners was ever widening. He was attracting a younger generation that had learned to demand more and more from their music. Like many of them, Coltrane’s personal spirituality – sparked by an intense curiosity that balanced Western and Eastern religious thought – was influencing his music more and more directly. His album A Love Supreme, with the sound and effect of a four-part Sunday morning service, was released in January 1965 and proved to be his best-selling album to date.
But Coltrane’s worldview was not limited to Sunday mornings or Christian ritual. His philosophy was all-inclusive and universal, and he saw his music as one activity among many, one part of a life-consuming drive to turn thought and positive intention into an influential sound.

“Once you become aware of this force for unity in life, you can’t ever forget it. It becomes part of everything you do,” Coltrane said in 1965. “My goal of meditating on this through music, however remains the same. And that is to uplift people, as much as I can. To inspire them to realize more and more of their capacities for living meaningful lives…”

A Love Supreme had yet to be released in Europe when Coltrane arrived in Paris for a brief four-date tour in France and Belgium. Granz was not involved this time around. The saxophonist had been booked directly through his agent to play two nights at the International Jazz Festival in Antibes, then the prestigious Salle Pleyel in Paris, and finally, an outdoor jazz festival in a small town just south of Liege, Belgium: Comblain-La-Tour.

In fact, three of the four dates took place al fresco, and unseasonably cool weather seemed determined to follow the quartet. “It was a little chilly at that time—real nippy,” recalls Tyner of their opening night on the Mediterranean coast. Four days later in Belgium, it was much the same, as the crowd shots, showing spectators in coats and hats, attest. Onstage, the TV cameras caught the clouds of condensation created by the players’ body heat, rising like smoke into the cold evening air.

(Belgium, 1965)
My Favourite Things

  • John Coltrane (Tenor & Soprano Sax)
  • McCoy Tyner (Piano)
  • Jimmy Garrison (Bass)
  • Elvin Jones (Drums)

….What an amazing piece of artistic history captured on film. The 1960 segment is some of the hardest swinging ever recorded. You have a Dream rhythm section- (Wynton Kelly, Mr. P.C. and Cobb) and Trane in a very transitional period stylistically. Absolutely brilliant.
The 1965 stuff is unreal, just when you think the band hits an apex in the pieces, it finds a 7th and 8th gear to go into almost telepathically. The music is so complex, yet so raw and exposed and presented without pretension that it really transcends classification or definition. Words can't be used to describe it.

….What can be said about Trane that hasn't been said before? Well after watching this DVD, you probably won't say anything because your jaw will be hanging for an elongated period due to the bombarding attack that has just pierced your ears, eyes, and soul. Seriously guys, this is a SMOKIN' HOT DVD!! You get 3 sets: Germany-March 28 1960 with the 'Kind of Blue' band(Paul Chambers, Jimmy Cobb, and Wynton Kelly), Germany-December 4 1961 with Eric Dolphy & Reggie Workman(Jimmy Garrison had not joined the band full time yet. This set was filmed a month after the famed Village Vanguard sets), & Belgium-August 1 1965 with the Classic Quartet of McCoy, Elvin, & Jimmy(This set was filmed a mere five days after their gig at the Antibes Jazz Festival in France, which was the only time A Love Supreme was performed in its entirety). This 3rd set is worth having the DVD alone. It showcases the Quartet at the height of their powers. A stunning all out 'Vigil' kicks off the 3 song set, with everyone absolutely feeding off each other. John then brings it down a couple of notches with his beautiful ballad 'Naima', and to go out with a bang(and two foot stomps), you get 21 minutes of pyrotechnics with 'My Favorite Things'. Thus ends the bombardment. This 3rd set is some of the heaviest playing I have ever heard, any band, any genre. And you can't classify it as just jazz, its actually progressive music.

…..This is the Coltrane live-performance DVD we've all been waiting for. Not only does it include the late saxophonist's famous 1961 German television appearance (in which the musicians play amidst a cool modernist steel-girder studio set), it also boasts ultra-rare footage of the Coltrane Quartet's dynamic set at a 1965 outdoor jazz festival in Belgium, a time when Trane was really pushing the avant-garde envelope.

As if that weren't enough, this disc also presents a recently unearthed German TV broadcast from 1960, showing Coltrane playing with Miles Davis' rhythm section, plus guest artists Oscar Peterson and Stan Getz.

The DVD is sequenced chronologically, and thus opens with Coltrane in concert with the Davis group (sans Miles). It's interesting to watch Coltrane holding himself back working within a more formal and less adventurous musical setting than the one he would soon adopt.

He showcases his angular lyricism on several classic tunes included in the famous trumpeter's repertoire, playing beautifully with Davis' sidemen (Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb), but one can sense his impatience to break free of the group he'd been with for five years and hook up with more forward-thinking musicians.

The 1961 TV performance finds him in the company of just such a group--pianist McCoy Tyner, drummer Elvin Jones, bassist Reggie Workman and alto saxophonist/flutist Eric Dolphy--as they burn through inspired renditions of "My Favorite Things," "Every Time We Say Goodbye" and "Impressions." As the camera darts around the expressionistic set, Coltrane and his hand picked musicians lay down the new musical language that was already shaking jazz's foundations.

After Dolphy left and Workman was replaced by Jimmy Garrison, Coltrane's sound ascended to an even higher level of experimentation. Tyner's natural lyricism helped balance Coltrane's abstract excursions, while Garrison somehow kept the time and Jones laid down his own fierce polyrhythmic statements. However, this particular group was nearing the end of its run by the time of the Belgium gig--Tyner and Jones left some five months later.

And Coltrane would give us just two more years of incredible music before prematurely leaving the planet, which makes these remarkable, rarely seen performances even more important historically and culturally.

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