John Coltrane

John Coltrane


Coltrane, who died of liver failure at the very early age of 40, has probably been one of the most influential saxophonists in any musical genre. Today would have been John Coltrane’s birthday and in honor of “Trane”, he is Musicologistblog’s Artist of the Day. If you want to learn more about this great legend check out this link:johncoltrane

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6 thoughts on “John Coltrane

  1. Pingback: John Coltrane « cornelllyons

    • Thank you so much =) for your comment! One of the primary reasons for this site is to share and introduce music whether it is new or old and hope that the viewers connect in some way or some form to what is being displayed to them. I am really glad that you enjoyed the post about John Coltrane and thank you so much for visiting Musicologistblog!!! If you ever have any questions or songs that you wish to see on the site feel free to send a little comment or email…

    • It is amazing. “Naima” is a very beautiful ballad made up of rich chords. Coltrane’s performance of “Naima” displayed his genius melodic phrasing that came to be known as sheets of sound, and features John’s explorations into third-related chord movements which is now known as Coltrane changes.

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    • =) I’m glad that the post about John Coltrane inspired you to want to listen to more of his music and the genres of jazz and blues.

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