Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album

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In 1963, John Coltrane recorded a studio album that has remained unknown and unheard until now. The album was recorded at Van Gelder Studios, the “Abbey Road” of Jazz, with Coltrane’s Classic Quartet and at the height of his career. The music on this album represents one of the most influential groups in music history performing in a musical style it had perfected and reaching in new, exploratory directions that would affect the trajectory of jazz from then on. In short, this is the holy grail of jazz. As well as two unheard originals – Untitled Original 11383 and Untitled Original 11386 – the album features a studio version of One Up, One Down, previously heard only on a bootleg recording made at the Birdland jazz club. One of Coltrane’s most famous compositions, Impressions, is featured in a trio without piano.

Untitled Original 11383
Nature Boy
Untitled Original 11386
Slow Blues
One Up
One Down
Format: LP
Label: Impulse! Verve Records UMe
Catalogue numbers: 00602567493006

Phonographic Copyright (p)-Verve Label Group
Copyright (c)-Verve Label Group
Copyright (c)-Jim Marshall Photography LLC
Distributed By-UMG Commercial Services
Published By-Jowcol Music LLC
Published By-Geraldine E. Janowiak DBA Golden World
Published By-Eleven East Corp.
Recorded At-Van Gelder Studio
Englewood Cliffs
New Jersey
Mastered At-Universal Mastering Studios
Pressed By-Record Industry

Barcodes & Identifiers:
Matrix / Runout-B0028316-01
Matrix / Runout-23379 1A 0060256749006 6749300-A G-1 RM
Matrix / Runout-23379 1B 0060256749006 6749300-B G-1 RM
Label Code-LC00383
Rights Society-BIEM/SDRM
Rights Society-ASCAP
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

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