Interplay for 2 Trumpets and 2 Tenors
|Interplay for 2 Trumpets and 2 Tenors|
|Studio album by Coltrane, Sulieman, Young, Jaspar|
|Recorded||March 22, 1957
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ
Interplay for 2 Trumpets and 2 Tenors is an album credited to The Prestige All Stars, consisting of John Coltrane, Bobby Jaspar, Idrees Sulieman, Webster Young, Mal Waldron, Kenny Burrell, Paul Chambers and Art Taylor. It was released in 1957 on Prestige Records, catalogue 7112. It features the first recording of pianist Mal Waldron's composition, "Soul Eyes", which went on to become a jazz standard. Some CD reissues also include the bonus track "C.T.A." (James "Jimmy" Heath), originally issued on Taylor's Wailers, recorded the same day, with just Coltrane, Chambers, Taylor and pianist Red Garland. The album would be later issued also as Interplay, a compilation credited to Coltrane alone, which also features tracks from other albums.
- "Interplay" (Malcolm "Mal" Waldron) — 9:41
- "Anatomy" (Malcolm "Mal" Waldron) — 11:54
- "A Light Blue" (Malcolm "Mal" Waldron) — 7:52
- "Soul Eyes" (Malcolm "Mal" Waldron) — 17:31
- John Coltrane, Bobby Jaspar — tenor saxophone
- Idrees Sulieman, Webster Young — trumpet
- Mal Waldron — piano
- Kenny Burrell — guitar
- Paul Chambers — bass
- Art Taylor — drums
- Gioia, Ted (2012) The jazz standards: a guide to the repertoire. Oxford University Press, pp. 388-390.
- "Interplay for 2 Trumpets and 2 Tenors" AllMusic review.
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