"There is never any end," John Coltrane said sometime in the mid-1960s, at the height of his powers. "There are always new sounds to imagine; new feelings to get at." Coltrane, one of jazz's most revered saxophonists, was speaking to Nat Hentoff about an eternal quest — a compulsion to reach toward the next horizon, and the next.
Allan Chase writes, “I’ve been looking forward to sharing this informative interview with Bill Evans for a long time. It seems to me that it contains some valuable and possibly unique insights and details about the compositions and recording of Kind of Blue and Evans’s views on and relationship with Miles Davis.”
A magical evening for Alina with her two ensembles.
An insightful interview with Echoes’ Kevin Le Gendre.
Bzhezhinska gives insight behind ‘Inspiration’.
John Coltrane’s The Lost Album charting in the UK’s Top 20 chart makes it his first ever time in the charts.
The 'lost album', from Rudy Van Gelder's studio, in 1963.