John Coltrane.  Milan, 1962 or 1963. © Roberto Polillo

John Coltrane. Milan, 1962 or 1963. © Roberto Polillo

Thelonious Monk                                                                                                                                                                                 More

The Great African-American Classical Art-Form Thelonious Monk at the Newport Jazz Festival, “The loudest noise in the world is silence.

Louis Armstrong playing for his wife at the Giza Plateau

a 1961 new york times photo, showing louis armstrong playing trumpet for his wife, lucille, in front of the great sphinx and pyramids in giza, egypt. i wanna play for you in egypt!

John Coltrane, Paris 1962

johngotty: John Coltrane, Paris 1962 - thisiselliz

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Miles Davis, who would’ve turned 85 today, was, without dispute, a giant of late century music. Wall Street Journal rock and pop critic Jim Fusilli recalls his first meeting with the jazz great.

John Coltrane was born September 23, 1926, in Hamlet, North Carolina. During the late 1940s and early 1950s, he played in nightclubs and on recordings with such musicians as Dizzy Gillespie,  Contents        Synopsis      Early Years      Early Music Career      Playing With Miles      Solo Career      Final Years & Impact     Quotes    You can play a shoestring if you're sincere.  – John Coltrane    Earl Bostic and Johnny Hodges. Coltrane's first recorded solo can be heard on Gillespie's…

John Coltrane was born September 23, 1926, in Hamlet, North Carolina. During the late 1940s and early 1950s, he played in nightclubs and on recordings with such musicians as Dizzy Gillespie, Contents Synopsis Early Years Early Music Career Playing With Miles Solo Career Final Years & Impact Quotes You can play a shoestring if you're sincere. – John Coltrane Earl Bostic and Johnny Hodges. Coltrane's first recorded solo can be heard on Gillespie's…

DFCO - Creative Culture + Random Stuff

DelightFULL’s lamps are knowingly inspired by jazz musicians, and here are the most quintessential albums and how they’ve inspired these Mid-century lamps.

Pharoah Sanders & John Coltrane, Ascension session, June 1965 by Chuck Stewart

themaninthegreenshirt: “Pharoah Sanders & John Coltrane, Ascension session, June 1965 by Chuck Stewart ”

John Coltrane

John Coltrane's 'Interstellar Space': Legacy of a Free-Jazz Masterpiece

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!

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