^other than the ones in the OP (Black Saint & Sinner Lady is GOAT jazz album imo).
Mingus - Blues & Roots, Tijuana Moods
Coltrane - Africa/Brass, Giant Steps and Ascension (last one only if you like free jazz/noise)
Meh, it's a great album no doubt but there is plenty of other great, more magical stuff.
I like "free" jazz a lot, especially the more spiritual stuff but I'm not big into Coltrane to be honest. I prefer Sun Ra, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Pharoah Sanders, Don Cherry. There are a lot of guys who aren't very talked about that are outstanding. Wouldn't mind discussing this but I'm not sure what's the right thread for it.
discuss it wherever the fuck you want, pretty sure an actual jazz thread on here would sink like a rock anyway.
Im no expert on the subject tbh, problem with Coltrane and Mingus and pretty much every other jazz giant is their discog is so massive you dont know where to start or what is gonna click so I tend to just check out random ones and once in a while one will stick and nothing quite hits the spot for me like BS&SL, maybe its cos its one of the first I got into but it just does it for me, the movements, the atmosphere, its a whole story told without words, love it, its more like a movie score than a jazz album, that bit in the second track where it starts speeding up and speeding up, aw man sheeeeiitt...
Def recommend Africa/Brass by Coltrane, another one with a real unique atmosphere and groove. His free jazz stuff tends to be pure unsubtle screaming to my ears, its fine if youre in the mood for that kinda thing, most free jazz does my head in or bores the hell out of me tbh but on the rare occasion Im in the mood for that stuff some Albert Ayler or Archie Schepp would sooner do the job for me, like a bit of Alice Coltrane too.