Liebman, Dave / Lovano, Joe: Compassion: The Music Of John Coltrane

Dave Liebman: Compassion: The Music Of John Coltrane

Liebman, Dave / Lovano, Joe: Compassion: The Music Of John Coltrane

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Description

Title: Compassion: The Music Of John Coltrane
Artist: Liebman, Dave / Lovano, Joe
Label: Resonance Records
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 096802280399
Genre: Jazz

2017 release. Featuring an all-star band of long-time collaborators led by jazz legends Dave Liebman and Joe Lovano with pianist Phil Markowitz, bassist Ron McClure and drummer Billy Hart. Includes 24-page booklet of photos, essays by Grammy Award-winning author Ashley Kahn and Resonance producer Zev Feldman, plus interviews and statements by all the musicians. Recorded on June 22, 2007 at the legendary Clinton Recording Studios in NYC for BBC radio program Something Else. Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Coltrane's Passing on July 17, 1967.

Tracks:
1.1 Locomotion
1.2 Central Park West / Dear Lord
1.3 Olé
1.4 Reverend King
1.5 Compassion
1.6 Equinox
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