John Coltrane Quartet
A love Supreme Second Movement First live Execution
September 18, 1964
Pep’s Lounge, Philadelphia
Download FLAC: Amazon Drive
Source/Quality: aud (C+) improved to B/B- Pitch Fixed and Sound Improved
A Flambay – Uo14945 production
uploaded 2012 april 01 by U014945
This time Flambay has fixed the pitch
and While we were at it I spent another 10 hours cleaning the tracks (5 hours just for the bass solo)
John Coltrane (ts);
McCoy Tyner (p);
Jimmy Garrison (b);
Elvin Jones (d)
01 Resolution Theme – Trane solo 6:14
02 Resolution McCoy 8:29
03 Resolution Bass solo I 00:42
04 Resolution Bass solo II 6:25
05 Resolution Trane solo – Theme 10:35
Contrast Clause **
upgrade of the following torrent already posted by myself back in 09 2010
Torrent #324012 John Coltrane Quartet,A love Supreme Second Movement First live Execution,SOUND IMPROVED!!!, September 18, 1964
below notes from the 2 older torrents :
NEW IMPROVEMENT OF THE sOUND !!!
While listening to this concert I discovered that there where still some improvement that
could be made on the sound.
In particular I cleaned many diginoises in the bass solo and in the first 2 tracks
Not so many in the last one.
In the bass solo I also used Audacity ‘Low pass filter’ to reduce tape noise
track 14 is the same solo without ‘low pass filter’.
Contrast Clause **
upgrade of the following torrent already posted by myself back in 2008:
Torrent #182951 John Coltrane4tet, ALove Supreme Resolution 1st live Execution,1964 Aug.18
Original notes of my torrent :
After some 18 hours of work I can offer to you this very rare (to me a premiere) version of RESOLUTION,
the second movement of A Love Supreme, the first live known to exist to my knowledge.
The original Tape (you’ll find it as Track02) was very noisy and needed a lot of volume adjustment.
The Bass solo is divided into 2 parts because it seems to come from to different sources.
The first part was almost inaudible and I had to pump up the volume to make it listenable (but almost without
ambiance noises )
The second part was pretty much louder and with a lot of noises as if the taper moved to a better place
to record the bass (it seems to me that there might be some music missing here in between).
Hope you all enjoy
Thanks to Peter losin for the original CD