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Chart positions

This show was 2nd in the global old school chart, 9th in the global soul chart and 17th in the global jazz chart.

John Coltrane would have turned 88 yesterday. (born Sep. 23, 1926)

To remember him I picked a record that he recorded in 1958 on the Prestige label. "Standard Coltrane" (PR 7243). Exactly 32 years ago on his birthday I heard a radio feature about him and I got me this album on the next day. It’s represented through the tracks 1 and 17. To me "Invitation" really was one. I can't say how many times I've been playing this record. It really gave me the start as a jazz collector, that I am, too.

So I was strollin’ through some tunes yesterday and now bring’em to the public. Much jazz but like always I needed that soul music, too. The mix is a choice without any noise. Thank you 4eva JC, R.I.P

Maybe someone buys a record tomorrow.


Tdubyu (TW)

Lovely, peaceful and bright

The Soul Preacher

1. Invitation by John Coltrane
2. Cast Your Fate To The Wind by Quincy Jones
3. Misty by Aretha Franklin
4. Bridge Over Troubled Water by Merry Clayton
5. I Am A Motherless Child by Ike & Tina Turner
6. Like A Flower by Oscar Brown Jr.
7. It's Easy To Remember (But So Hard To Forget) by John Coltrane
8. Without You by Eddie Harris
9. The Gentle Rain by Jimmy Smith
10. Quiet Nights (Corocvado) by Jon Hendricks
11. 'Round About Midnight by Grant Green
12. Since I Fell For You by Kenny Burrell
13. Covering The Same Old Ground by Wilson Pickett
14. Chains Of Love by Bobby "Blue" Bland
15. When A Man Loves A Woman by Louis Van Dyke
16. Never Can Say Goodbye by James Brown
17. Don't Take Your Love From Me by John Coltrane
18. Tabu by Lalo Schifrin
19. To Each His Own by José Feliciano
20. Backup by Larry Young
21. A Rainy Night In Georgia by Little Milton
22. Good To The Very Last Drop by Millie Jackson
23. Hope That We Can Be Together Soon by Stanley Turrentine
24. Killing Me Softly With His Song by Hampton Hawes
25. Again by Etta James


Hey, great music to listen while working thinking in the weekend to come
Thanks for sharing


Maaaaaaad...loving it

Nick Keir - DFRR

Maybe, and I think it might be a record by Quincy Jones. Thanks for bringing some warmth and soul to the very dry matter that I'm studying for the day job right now...

The SoulFly


The Soul Preacher

I'd like to add the personnel on the tracks 1 and 17. The musicians are: John Coltrane, tenor sax | Wilbur Hardin, trumpet | Red Garland, piano | Paul Chambers, bass | Jimmy Cobb, drums