John Coltrane Discography
In his relatively brief career, John Coltrane recorded over 100 live and studio albums, both as a leader and a sideman, authoring some of the most deep and diverse musical work of the twentieth century. The bulk of Coltrane's work as a leader was recorded for the Prestige, Atlantic and Impulse! labels. Other labels recorded Coltrane as a leader, most notably Blue Note, for whom he recorded the famous Blue Train album. Some of his later work, in particular live recordings, was released by foreign labels. Most of Coltrane's recordings as a sideman were made when he was with the Miles Davis quintet. The majority of these are collected in the Columbia box set, but the quintet also made a number of important recordings for Prestige.
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