Duke Ellington & John Coltrane
|Duke Ellington & John Coltrane|
|Studio album by|
|Recorded||September 26, 1962|
|Studio||Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey|
|Duke Ellington chronology|
|John Coltrane chronology|
|The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide|
It was one of Ellington's many collaborations in the early 1960s with musicians such as Count Basie, Louis Armstrong, Coleman Hawkins, Max Roach, and Charles Mingus, and placed him with a quartet (in this case, saxophone, piano, bass, and drums), rather than a big band. The quartet was filled out by the bassist and drummer from either of their bands. The album featured Ellington standards (e.g., "In a Sentimental Mood"), new Ellington compositions, and a new Coltrane composition ("Big Nick").
I was really honored to have the opportunity of working with Duke. It was a wonderful experience. He has set standards I haven't caught up with yet. I would have liked to have worked over all those numbers again, but then I guess the performances wouldn't have had the same spontaneity. And they mightn't have been any better!
|1.||"In a Sentimental Mood"||4:14|
|2.||"Take the Coltrane"||Ellington||4:42|
|3.||"Big Nick"||John Coltrane||4:30|
|1.||"My Little Brown Book"||Billy Strayhorn||5:20|
|3.||"The Feeling of Jazz"||5:34|
- Allmusic review
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- Billboard, February 9, 1963, p. 28.
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- Excerpt from the CD booklet