News » John Coltrane and all that jazz
HomeMovie NewsMusic NewsTV NewsGossip NewsConfirmed NewsShare Start
FacebookTwitterRSS
John Coltrane and all that jazz

Music News / Rosie Goude

Published:

John Coltrane and all that jazz

  • Coltrane was a legendary jazz saxophonist and composer
  • John Coltrane died in 1967
  • Coltrane was also known as Trane
John Coltrane Giant Steps Frontal Giant Steps
John Coltrane With Dizzy Gillespie The Olympia Paris Jean Pierre Leloir
John Coltrane Efdbb
John Coltrane Order Is Everything
John Coltrane Wallpaper
Coltrane Custom Df Ecf Cfea Love Supreme
Trane Saxophone
Johncoltrane Frt Sonny Rollins
John Coltrane Wallpaper Dark Wallpaper
John Coltrane Selflessness Featuring My Favorite Things
John Coltrane Wallpaper Other
John Coltrane Wallpaper
Dae Ec Ae Srz  Srz
Pictures Evereu John Coltrane Jazz Trumpet
Johncoltranebluetrain Blue Train
John Coltrane Wallpaper Dark Music
Johncoltrane Stardust Vinyl Thelonious Monk
John Coltrane Transition
John Bcoltrane Bcoltrane Bjazz
John Bcoltrane Discography
This artisan of rhythm and blues laid the foundation for future aspiring instrumentalists, in which his unique style of saxophone playing garnered much national attention as he played with some of the best jazz musicians of our time.
John Coltrane music cover
 
Art often imitates life and John Coltrane was no exception, as he used his experiences of drug abuse and death to plead his case through the very notes extracted from his instrument. That same instrument gave him the power to live, to have something to live for, to share with the world his personal and at times intimate stories.
 
“Sentimental Moments” and “My Favorite Things,” are Coltrane classics that withstood the test of time and so much so, that these works of art were often featured in popular films and one in particular “Love Jones,” starring notable actors Nia Long and Larenz Tate.
John Coltrane looking concentrated
John Coltrane looking concentrated
 
This man was a walking talking song from a very young age, because at 12 years old he lost his aunt, his grandparents, and his father all within a few short months of each other. How does a child that young cope with the loss of his loved ones? Where could he hide his feelings and emotions over life’s most tragic moments without succumbing to insanity?
 
Music and drugs were the suppressants to Coltrane’s sorrow and although he lost his life at the ripe age of 40 years old due to liver disease, his music however has lasted a lifetime and continues to infuse and enrich all who encounter it.
6 Fan Uploads: and Gallery
Hot Wallpaper
Ferrari 308
John Coltrane started his musical career in the Military
30th December 2013 @ 08:13am
John Coltrane was a famous 20th century musician who influenced many artists of his time
Comments