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Naima is a ballad composed by John Coltrane in 1959, and named after his then-wife, Juanita Naima Grubb. It first appeared on the album Giant Steps, and is notable for its use of a variety of rich chords over a bass pedal. The song is mainly made up of a slow, restrained melody, though there is also a brief piano solo. One of Coltrane's most famous songs, he recorded it numerous times; it may be found, among other albums, in… read more

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  • Avatar for lnqdty
    jazz giant like him and his Art ofr music more and more .--- [2]
  • Avatar for pteronophobic
    Beautiful track. I also dig the 'free jazz' version on "Live at the Village Vanguard Again!"
  • Avatar for davidbowiegirl
    Great song, thanks to movie Ida I found this.
  • Avatar for StuartHaden1
    timeless
  • Avatar for StuartHaden1
    from the first breadth, a distinctive sound and mood. Trane, of course, masterly.
  • Avatar for T_squared
    Yes please! this has no expiration date.
  • Avatar for Cure1980
    jazz giant like him and his Art ofr music more and more .---
  • Avatar for shangoyal
    I finally get this song now. It's absolutely amazing, really. Couldn't see the genius before today.
  • Avatar for kaleemcooper
    Prefer Blue Trane. so far none of the artist I picked have performed....what's up with that?
  • Avatar for Clariano
    This isn't on Blue Train.

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