"On this record, you do get a sense of John with one foot in the past and one foot headed toward his future..." Two selections from Both Directions At Once, John Coltrane’s lost sessions from March 1963, collectable die-cut 12-inch pressing. “Untitled Original 11383” on the A side, “Impressions” on the flip, recorded with Trane's classic quartet: McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison an Elvin Jones. Die-cut orange colored vinyl limited to 5000 copies. Warning: do not drop the needle on the outside of the die-cut holes, you could damage your needle, look for the grooves!
- custom die-cut 12-inch single
- orange colored vinyl
- mono pressing
- limited edition of 5000
- warning: set automatic tonearm to 7” setting
- music label: Impulse! 2018
reviewed by Ed 209 12/2018
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