|Studio album by John Coltrane|
|Recorded||October 24 & 26, 1960
Atlantic Studios, New York City
|Length||38:18 original LP
50:33 CD reissue
|All About Jazz||(favorable)|
|Penguin Guide to Jazz|||
Coltrane's Sound is an album credited to jazz musician John Coltrane, released in 1964 on Atlantic Records, catalogue SD 1419. It was recorded at Atlantic Studios during the sessions for My Favorite Things, assembled after Coltrane had stopped recording for the label and was under contract to Impulse Records. Like Prestige and Blue Note Records before them, as Coltrane's fame grew during the 1960s Atlantic used unissued recordings and released them without either Coltrane's input or approval.
On February 16, 1999, Rhino Records reissued Coltrane's Sound as part of its Atlantic 50th Anniversary Jazz Gallery series. Included were two bonus tracks: "26-2" had been previously released on the 1970 album The Coltrane Legacy; and the alternate take of "Body and Soul" had been released on the 1975 album Alternate Takes.
|1.||"The Night Has a Thousand Eyes"||Buddy Bernier, Jerry Brainin||6:51|
|2.||"Central Park West"||John Coltrane||4:16|
|1.||"Body and Soul"||Edward Heyman, Robert Sour
Frank Eyton, Johnny Green
1999 reissue bonus tracks
|8.||"Body and Soul" (alternate take)||Heyman, Sour, Eyton, Green||5:58|
"Central Park West", "Body and Soul" and "Satellite" recorded on October 24, 1960; the remainder on October 26, 1960.
- John Coltrane — soprano saxophone on "Central Park West" and "26-2"; tenor saxophone on all except "Central Park West"
- McCoy Tyner — piano
- Steve Davis — bass
- Elvin Jones — drums
- Nesuhi Ertegün — production
- Tom Dowd — engineering
- Marvin Israel — photography
- Ralph J. Gleason — liner notes
- Bob Carlton, Patrick Milligan — reissue supervision
- Dan Hersch — digital remastering
- Rachel Gutek — reissue design
- Hugh Brown — reissue art direction
- Kenny Berger — reissue liner notes
- Steven Chean — reissue editorial supervision
- Elizabeth Pavone — reissue editorial coordination
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