Black Pearls seems a bit ambiguous when placed in a more historical context. It was only three days later that Coltrane participated not as a leader, but rather a member, of the Miles Davis Sextet that recorded "Stella By Starlight" and "On Green Dolphin Street. There is an obvious disparity between these three mostly improvised and lengthy jams and the Davis session.
A2. Lover Come Back To Me. 7:25. B. Sweet Sapphire Blues. Black Pearls (LP, Album, RE, 180). Prestige, Original Jazz Classics, Universal Music Group International. P-7316, OJC-352, 00888072359741. Black Pearls (LP, Album). PR 7316, P-7316, OJC-352. Black Pearls (LP, Album, RE).
Black Pearls indeed captures Coltrane at the height of perfecting the intense volley that would garner the name "sheets of sound. As is often the case with an artist as prolific as John Coltrane, not every release can be considered as essential. Black Pearls seems a bit ambiguous when placed in a more historical context. There is an obvious disparity between these three mostly improvised and lengthy jams and the Davis session
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Om is a 1968 album by John Coltrane recorded in October 1965. Om refers to the sacred syllable in Hinduism, which symbolizes the infinite or the entire Universe. Coltrane described Om as the "first syllable, the primal word, the word of power"
Black Pearls (Coltrane) – 13:13 Lover, Come Back to Me (Oscar Hammerstein II, Sigmund Romberg) 7:27 Sweet Sapphire Blues (B. .Sweet Sapphire Blues (Bob Weinstock) – 18:13. John Coltrane – tenor saxophone. Donald Byrd – trumpet. Paul Chambers – bass. jazz,modern,post bop. Luis Fonsi - Despacito ft.
|2||Lover Come Back To Me||7:28|
|3||Sweet Sapphire Blues||18:14|
- Bass – Paul Chambers
- Drums – Arthur Taylor*
- Liner Notes – Michael Gold
- Mastered By – Phil De Lancie
- Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
- Remastered By – Phil De Lancie
- Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane
- Trumpet – Donald Byrd
NotesRecorded in Hackensack, NJ: May 23rd, 1958.
|PR 7316, PRST 7316||John Coltrane||Black Pearls (LP, Album)||Prestige, Prestige||PR 7316, PRST 7316||US||1964|
|PR 7316, P-7316, OJC-352||John Coltrane||Black Pearls (LP, Album, RE)||Prestige, Prestige, Prestige||PR 7316, P-7316, OJC-352||Germany||Unknown|
|DOL729||John Coltrane||Black Pearls (LP, Album, RE, 140)||DOL||DOL729||Europe||2013|
|SMJ-6561, PR 7316||John Coltrane||Black Pearls (LP, RE, TP, W/Lbl)||Prestige, Prestige||SMJ-6561, PR 7316||Japan||1977|
|P-7316, OJC-352, 00888072359741||John Coltrane||Black Pearls (3xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 320)||Prestige, Original Jazz Classics, Universal Music Group International||P-7316, OJC-352, 00888072359741||Europe||2015|