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John Coltrane

atane: “Photographer Lee Tanner has died. He was Pictured above are photos of John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, and Thelonious Monk taken by Tanner. Read a writeup on Tanner at Jazz.

aconversationoncool: Coltrane on a break from A Love Supreme.

John Coltrane on a break from recording "A love supreme" , 1964

John Coltrane, 1958, Columbia Recording Studios, NY. Photo by Don Hunstein.

John Coltrane, Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, 1958 (photo by Don Hunstein)

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Miles Davis

Miles Davis (photo by Lee Tanner)

John Coltrane

John Coltrane

Louis Armstrong - easy the greatest live show I ever saw featured Louis Armstrong. Unforgettable.

Jazz Trumpeter Louis Armstrong Waving to a Crowd of Adoring Fans as Their Applause Rolls over Him Premium Photographic Print by John Loengar.

John Coltrane backstage / Stanford University a few months before his death in 1966 (photo by Jim Marshall)

John Coltrane backstage / Stanford University a few months before his death in 1966 (photo by Jim Marshall) Best Jazz artist ever!

John & Alice Coltrane

John Coltrane with Alice Coltrane, Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ 1966 Photo Chuk Stewart

Miles And Ron

Today is Ron Carter's birthday. Here he's shown with Miles Davis while part of the second great quintet during the Ron has performed in over recording sessions

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John Coltrane during Paul Chambers’ Whims of Chambers session, Hackensack NJ, September 21 1956 (photo by Francis Wolff).

vodkaunicornslincolnlogs:  Sonny Stitt (1953)

Sonny Stitt, 1953 - No one had a harder time dealing with Charlie Parker's legacy than this superb musician, whose sound and ideas on alto sax sounded so much like Bird's that he switched to tenor in order to be seen and heard as his own man.

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Miles Davis - Michel Comte, 1989 b

John Coltrane

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Count Basie (American jazz pianist organist bandleader) After years of entertaining others with his jazz piano he went on his own to form the Count Basie Jazz Orchestra which entertained audiences for fifty odd years. The albums he is noted for are "Basie At Newport" and "Ella and Basie." The songs he is known for are Everyday (I Have the Blues), April In Paris and One O'Clock Jump.

Count Basie (American jazz pianist organist bandleader) After years of…

Miles Davis and John Coltrane. Masters.

The Complete Columbia Recordings: Miles Davis & John Coltrane

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