Mabern Plays Coltrane: ‘Harold Mabern’ (Smoke Sessions)

Fifty-four years after his death, John Coltrane remains one of the jazz world’s most influential figures. The saxophonist’s constant search for new direction, explosive energy and depth of achievement remain standards of excellence for many jazz musicians. Recorded live at New York City’s Smoke jazz club a year and a half before pianist Harold Mabern’s

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