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Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album (Deluxe Edition)

John Coltrane

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商品の情報

発売日

2018/06/29

フォーマット

CD

構成数

2

製造国

輸入 (International Version)

レーベル

impulse!/Verve

規格品番

6749299

商品の紹介

  • アメリカ音楽史の幻の遺産、奇跡の発掘!ジャズ史上最高のカリスマ、ジョン・コルトレーンの完全未発表スタジオ録音作。「これは、まるで巨大ピラミッドの中に新たな隠し部屋を発見したようなものだ。」-ソニー・ロリンズ

    ジャズ史上最高のカリスマ、ジョン・コルトレーン(1926-1967)の完全未発表スタジオ録音が、録音から55年を経て奇跡の発掘!
    マッコイ・タイナー~ジミー・ギャリソン~エルヴィン・ジョーンズという通称・黄金のカルテットを率いて、1963年3月6日にニュージャージーのヴァン・ゲルダー・スタジオで行った公式セッション。
    名盤『ジョン・コルトレーン・アンド・ジョニー・ハートマン』の録音前日に行われたセッションで、充実期のカルテットの姿を余すところなく捉えた、まさに歴史的遺産! セッションの記録は残っていたものの海賊盤も含めこれまで世に出たことがなかった幻の音源。
    マスターテイク全7曲(約47分)のうち、3曲(Track 1, 3, 6)はコルトレーンの未発表のオリジナル曲。また、代表曲「インプレッションズ」とジャズ・スタンダードの「ネイチャー・ボーイ」の2曲は、ピアノのマッコイ・タイナー抜きのトリオ編成での貴重な録音。
    わずか40年の生涯ながら、ジャズ史のみならず、アメリカ・ポピュラー音楽史に偉大な功績を遺したジョン・コルトレーンの絶頂期の演奏が堪能できる、全音楽ファン必聴の作品。
    ボーナス・ディスクのついたデラックス・エディションCD2枚組。この2枚で当日のセッションの全貌が明らかに!

    (パーソネル)
    ジョン・コルトレーン(ts, ss)
    マッコイ・タイナー(p)
    ジミー・ギャリソン(b)
    エルヴィン・ジョーンズ(ds)
    1963年3月6日、ニュージャージー、ヴァン・ゲルダー・スタジオにて録音
    Recorded by Rudy Van Gelder Original Session Produced by Bob Thiele BOTH DIRECTIONS AT ONCE: THE LOST ALBUM produced by Ken Druker and Ravi Coltrane

    発売・販売元 提供資料 (2018/05/22)

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収録内容

構成数 | 2枚

合計収録時間 | 01:28:46

Personnel: John Coltrane (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); McCoy Tyner (piano); Elvin Jones (drums). Liner Note Author: Ashley Kahn. Recording information: Live, Birdland (03/06/1963); Van Gleder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, NJ (03/06/1963). Years of canonization have obscured how John Coltrane was at a bit of crossroads in the early '60s, playing increasingly adventurous music on-stage while acquiescing to Impulse!'s desire to record marketable albums. Whenever he could, producer Bob Thiele would capture Coltrane working out new music with pianist McCoy Tyner, drummer Elvin Jones, and bassist Jimmy Garrison. One of these sessions happened at Rudy Van Gelder's New Jersey studio on March 6, 1963, when Coltrane's quartet was in the thick of a residency at New York's Birdland and just before they were scheduled to cut an album with vocalist Johnny Hartman. John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman appeared in record stores in July 1963, but apart from "Vilia," which popped up on an Impulse! sampler in 1965, the March 6 session sat on the shelf for decades, eventually getting ditched when the label decided to clear out its vaults in the 1970s. Coltrane's reference tape survived, eventually unearthed by his family and assembled for release as Both Directions at Once by Impulse! in 2018. Both Directions at Once -- which is available as a single disc and as a double-disc set containing all the alternate takes from the session -- exists on a plane that's somewhere between a rehearsal and a finished album. Two of the original songs are untitled, their melodic themes are perhaps a shade fuzzy, the band is vigorous but loose. It lacks the polish of the albums Impulse! released during Coltrane's lifetime, in other words, but that slight rough edge also lends Both Directions at Once no small share of vitality which, in turn, makes it seem even livelier when compared to the two collaborative LPs the label put out in 1963. Throughout the recordings, the quartet is stretching and testing itself, inching ever closer to the exploratory sound that would define Coltrane's mid-'60s. They're still firmly within the realm of accessible bop here, expanding "Nature Boy" and finding crevices within the bars of "Slow Blues," while the original material -- including "Impressions," which would provide the title track on a subsequent 1963 album -- is conversational yet elliptical, pushing at the boundaries of the expected without truly breaking free. As a historical document, this is a necessary footnote, providing evidence that the experimental side of Coltrane did not lay dormant during the early '60s, but the pleasant surprise is that Both Directions at Once is also enjoyable on its own terms as a long-playing record. Impulse! has sequenced the existing recordings so they have an ebb and flow that mirrors a finished album. Just as impressively, the bonus disc of alternate takes works on its own terms, while also lending an illusion that the first disc is a completed work. And that means Both Directions at Once is truly a rare thing: an important discovery from the vault that's also a blast to hear. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

エディション | Deluxe Edition

  1. 1. [CD] DISC 1:

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    Untitled Original 11383 [Take 1] - (previously unreleased, take)

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    Nature Boy - (previously unreleased)

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    Untitled Original 11386 [Take 1] - (previously unreleased, take)

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    Vilia [Take 3] - (previously unreleased, take)

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    Impressions [Take 3] - (previously unreleased, take)

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    Slow Blues - (previously unreleased)

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    One Up, One Down [Take 1] - (previously unreleased, take)

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    Vilia [Take 5] - (previously unreleased, take)

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    Impressions [Take 1] - (previously unreleased, take)

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    Impressions [Take 2] - (previously unreleased, take)

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    Impressions [Take 4] - (previously unreleased, take)

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    Untitled Original 11386 [Take 2] - (previously unreleased, take)

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    Untitled Original 11386 [Take 5] - (previously unreleased, take)

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    One Up, One Down [Take 6] - (previously unreleased, take)

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