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Old 08-11-2007, 09:43 PM
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Originally posted by Steve M
Coltrane is an acquired taste for sure and certainly isn't the obvious starter music for someone wanting to 'get into' jazz, although some of his music is easier than others. It's pretty unlikely, I would have thought, that you'll encounter bepop at the jazz pub anyway.

I'm no expert but you'd be better off initially listening to something more melodic and gradually moving into stuff that's more dissonant - your ears need to get used to the music first to an extent.

You might want to try some Sonny Rollins or Thelonius Monk first perhaps?
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