Articles tagged “john coltrane”

Prestige Sheds New Light On Catalog To Celebrate 70th Anniversary

Coltrane '58 box set

April is Jazz Appreciation Month, and Craft Recordings has given us a lot to appreciate as they celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Prestige label with a hefty reissue and playlist campaign. The cornerstone is Coltrane ’58: The Prestige Recordings (out April 26), an eight-LP set that presents John Coltrane’s 1958 sessions for the label […]

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Give The Gift Of Color: 10 Most Wanted Albums From The Sound Of Vinyl’s Color Exclusives

Whether buying for your favorite record collector or treating yourself to a gift this holiday season, grabbing an album on colored vinyl adds a little panache and excitement to the whole affair. As it happens, our friends at The Sound Of Vinyl have dozens of exclusive color variants from legends like R.E.M. and Miles Davis, […]
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A Guide To Vinyl Me, Please Classics

Eddie Floyd - Knock On Wood From Vinyl Me Please

When some folks think about Vinyl Me, Please, a very specific image is conjured: A twentysomething who buys their vinyl from Urban Outfitters and immediately rips it up on their suitcase turntable. “Oh yeah, we’re aware of that perception,” admitted VMP head of editorial Andrew Winistorfer during a recent call. “But it’s not like that […]

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John Coltrane’s Rarest Records

Craft Recordings is celebrating the 70th birthday of the Prestige label with a yearlong reissue campaign. The first item on the list is Coltrane ’58: The Prestige Recordings, a chronological collection of Coltrane’s Prestige sessions from 1958. John Coltrane released a whopping 45 studio albums in his lifetime, not to mention scores of compilation albums […]

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