John Coltrane - Live at The Halfnote: One Down, One Up

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Live at The Halfnote: One Down, One Up by John Coltrane

Live at The Halfnote: One Down, One Up
by John Coltrane

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200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed
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John Coltrane Live at The Halfnote: One Down, One Up Vinyl Record | Vinyl LP Album

The Legendary performances at the Half Note in New York that were for years only available as a bootleg from tapes made off the radio is now available officially for the first time. Coltrane is accompanied by McCoy Tyner on piano, Jimmy Garrison on bass and Elvin Jones on drums performing One Up One Down, Afro Blue, Song of Praise, and My Favorite Things on this deluxe 2 LP set with 12 page booklet. The original analog master tapes obtained from the Coltrane family were used by Bernie Grundman to master from and cut lacquers using Classic's all tube cutting system. Pressed on Classic's 200g Super Vinyl Profile, this is a must have for serious jazz lovers and audiophiles alike.
LP 1
Side 1 - One Down, One Up
Side 2 - Afro Blue
LP 2
Side 3 - Song of Praise
Side 4 - My Favorite Things

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