John Coltrane

This aptly named CD has one central target audience in mind, however anyone into the mellow side of Jazz will also appreciate this album. When with that special someone, serve up some chilled wine, dim the lights and put on “Coltrane For Lovers.” Anyone with a passion for the sweet notes of John Coltrane playing the Tenor Saxophone will want to add this new CD to their collection. Joining “Trane” on his mission of seduction is Duke Ellington and Johnny Hartman on vocals. As most of us are well aware, Coltrane’s music reached a wide audience and influenced many musicians. Conversely, fewer people realize that Coltraneonlygot recognized late in hislife, at twenty-nine and sadly died too young atthe age of forty. This CD is exceptionally mellow, exuding a continuous flow ofnatural background / ambient timbre that oozes with passion and promises to hypnotize. So while you’re enraptured with your special companion oralone and need some quiet soothing time; turn on your stereo and treat yourself to this wonderful CD.