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One of the best live albums I've ever heard. The passion that comes through Coltrane's horn is unparalleled.Published 5 months ago by J. Bragg
John Coltrane was a pioneer when it came to jazz in the 50s and 60s, by 1965 he had crossed over into the realm of free jazz which even today can still startle with their intensity... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Alef The Thunder Fox
With his health deteriorating - he would pass away from liver cancer in July 1967 - John Coltrane must have felt an incredible surge of emotion to explore artistry deep from the... Read morePublished on July 11, 2010 by Best Of All
This is one of the most intense, blistering CD's/albums that I think my ears have ever come across. Intense doesn't really begin to describe this music. Read morePublished on April 13, 2010 by Grigory's Girl
This is John Coltrane at the bitter end: his last recorded show before his 1967 death.
Coltrane had gone as far out as a jazz player could, and with his new and last... Read more
It occurred to me while listening to this record just now that Coltrane's career had a similar arc to that of James Joyce.
James Joyce wrote "Dubliners". Read more
I have been dedicated to jazz for only 2yrs. but staunchly dedicated,I might add.
that said, i've come across many jazz recordings from many artists that all but required me... Read more
Historically speaking, John Coltrane's final live recording from April 1967 at the Olatunji Center in Harlem is one of extreme significance. Read morePublished on March 29, 2007 by Louie Bourland
...it's that it is pretty much unlistenable (at least on headphones) because of a high-pitched whine throughout. Read morePublished on November 15, 2006 by icemachine