John Coltrane - Stardust


Although released in 1963, Stardust was recorded in 1958 while Coltrane was still deep in his bebop era. All Coltrane is good Coltrane, but this record is more for the fans who want to hear more of what the world’s best saxophonist could do.



The most celebrated jazz saxophonist in the history of the genre, John Coltrane pioneered the genre of modal jazz with the help of Miles Davis and directly developed free jazz. He also worked closely with great jazz pianist Thelonious Monk and trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie. Following his recovery from heroin addiction, Coltrane became a very spiritual man. His newfound faith bled into some of his greatest '60s-era work. He died of liver cancer at 40 but changed the course of jazz and mainstream music as a whole during his short life.



  1. Stardust
  2. Time After Time
  3. Love Thy Neighbor
  4. Then I'll Be Tired of You
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