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John Coltrane - A Love Supreme: Live In Seattle - Import Vinyl LP Record

John Coltrane - A Love Supreme: Live In Seattle - Import Vinyl LP Record

Vinyl Record


Avantgarde/Free Jazz

October 22, 2021


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Catalog No.:3849998


Number of Discs: 2

Record Size: 12”

Country/Region of Manufacture: Import


John Coltrane


A major discovery that will shake up the history of music, concerning the sacred book of jazz! Miraculous discovery of live recordings of the historical masterpiece "The Greatest Love"! John Coltrane (1926-1967), the most charismatic man in jazz history, celebrates the 95th anniversary of his birth this year with his masterpiece "The Greatest Love," which has left an enormous impact on future generations. It is said that Coltrane performed the suite only twice on public stages in his lifetime, and the third performance has been miraculously unearthed! The Love Above All" was released in 1965 and continues to captivate many listeners to this day. It was ranked No. 47 on Rolling Stone's All-Time Best Albums 500 list. The Smithsonian Institution, which studies and exhibits America's leading science, industry, technology, and art, has selected the album for its collection, and the National Museum of American History holds it as a "treasured piece of American history. Until now, there have been two versions of "The Greatest Love" released: a studio version and a live recording made at a jazz festival in France in 1965, but there was no record of a live performance made in Seattle. The "Supreme Love - Live in Seattle" is a rare recording of the entire four-part suite, interspersed with four interludes. The world tour, including Seattle in 1965, took place after the recording of Coltrane's free jazz manifesto "Ascension," which was released in the same year. Ascension," Coltrane's free jazz manifesto released the same year.The idea to expand the band came to Coltrane in San Francisco before the Seattle show. The avant-garde "Supreme Love" was performed by a total of seven members. The impact of this performance is still fresh today. Personnel] John Coltrane(ts, ss, per) Pharoah Sanders(ts) McCoy Tyner(p) Elvin Jones(ds) Jimmy Garrison(b) Donald (Rafael) Garrett(b) Carlos Ward(as) Recorded live at the Penthouse, Seattle, Washington, October 2, 1965


1.A Love Supreme, Pt. I - Acknowledgement
3.A Love Supreme, Pt. II - Resolution
4.Interlude 2

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