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  • ...uthor3=David Wild|coauthors=Yasuhiro Fujioka, Wolf Schmaler|title=The John Coltrane Reference|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=IvlVu9XCoxUC&pg=PA4|date=26 ..., particularly his 1964 critically-acclaimed album ''[[A Love Supreme]]''. Coltrane is generally regarded among jazz critics as being one of the most influent
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  • *[http://www.johncoltrane.com/ Coltrane's official homepage] ...dmoz.org/Arts/Music/Styles/J/Jazz/Bands_and_Artists/Saxophonists/Coltrane,_John/ Links from the Open Directory Project]
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  • ...t Tatum]]. Monk's stated influences include [[Duke Ellington]], [[James P. Johnson]], and other early [[stride piano|stride pianists]]. Monk's unique pian ...the favor by inviting Hawkins to join him on the 1957 session with [[John Coltrane]]. Monk made his first recordings as leader for [[Blue Note Records|Blue
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  • ...uthor3=David Wild|coauthors=Yasuhiro Fujioka, Wolf Schmaler|title=The John Coltrane Reference|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=IvlVu9XCoxUC&pg=PA4|date=26 ..., particularly his 1964 critically-acclaimed album ''[[A Love Supreme]]''. Coltrane is generally regarded among jazz critics as being one of the most influent
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  • * ''[[Thelonious Monk with John Coltrane]]'' (1957 recordings, 1961 issue) - Inducted into the [[Grammy Hall of Fam * ''[[Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall]]'' (1957, released, 2005)
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  • ...0s with musicians such as Ornette Coleman, Cecil Taylor, and later, [[John Coltrane]].
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  • The sextet of the 1950s: [[John Coltrane]] ([[tenor saxophone]]), [[Cannonball Adderley]] ([[alto saxophone)]], [[R ...), [[Chick Corea]] ([[electric piano]]), [[Dave Holland]] (bass), [[Jack DeJohnette]] (drums), and [[Airto Moreira]], a [[Brazil]]ian who plays various pe
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  • ...d was responsible for major signings such as [[Charles Mingus]] and [[John Coltrane]]; later [[Joel Dorn]] filled this position. Herb Abramson later set up [[
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  • ...d from ragtime and blues. The most celebrated stride players were [[James Johnson]], [[Fats Waller]], and [[Willie "The Lion" Smith]]. [[John Coltrane]] was one of many notable musicians who came to prominence during the 1950
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  • ...lQC&pg=PA201 |quote= }}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |last1= Coltrane |first1= Coltrane |last2= Hickman |first2= Neal |year= 1992 |title= The Rhetoric of Rights a ...m: Discrimination Against Men and Boys | isbn = 1118192303 | publisher = [[John Wiley & Sons]] | pages = [http://books.google.ca/books?id=iGZ0dhvvVN8C&pg=P
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