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John Coltrane plays in Japan. Hiroshima Public Hall July 3, 1966 #Jazz

John Coltrane plays in Japan. Hiroshima Public Hall July 3, 1966 #Jazz

Archie Shepp and Bill Dixon

Archie Shepp and Bill Dixon

John Coltrane, Archie Shepp & Bob Thiele - A Love Supreme sessions

John Coltrane, Archie Shepp & Bob Thiele - A Love Supreme sessions

John Coltrane

John Coltrane

Pharoah Sanders Tauhid LP Japan Impulse!

Pharoah Sanders Tauhid LP Japan Impulse!

Miles Davis and John Coltrane performing at Jazz club Cafe Bohemia in New York City, ca. 1956.

Miles Davis and John Coltrane performing at Jazz club Cafe Bohemia in New York City, ca. 1956.

It was 1963, Miles & Coltrane in Hollywood. Personnel are John Coltrane’s classic quartet with McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones. Miles Davis’s sextet was a temporary band formed after Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, and Jimmy Cobb left, with Frank Strozier (as), George Coleman (ts), Harold Mabern (p), Ron Carter (b), and Frank Butler (d). This was one of Ron Carter’s earliest gigs with Miles.

It was 1963, Miles & Coltrane in Hollywood. Personnel are John Coltrane’s classic quartet with McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones. Miles Davis’s sextet was a temporary band formed after Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, and Jimmy Cobb left, with Frank Strozier (as), George Coleman (ts), Harold Mabern (p), Ron Carter (b), and Frank Butler (d). This was one of Ron Carter’s earliest gigs with Miles.

John Coltrane. I believe that's his wife Alice in the background. Alice McLeod was from Detroit and I believe he met her there in the vibrant, integrating Westside jazz scene. Legend has it he played Detroit a lot @ places like the Bluebird and the Minor Key.

John Coltrane. I believe that's his wife Alice in the background. Alice McLeod was from Detroit and I believe he met her there in the vibrant, integrating Westside jazz scene. Legend has it he played Detroit a lot @ places like the Bluebird and the Minor Key.

Ornette Coleman, Composer and Saxophonist Who Rewrote the Language of Jazz, Dies at 85 - NYTimes.com

Ornette Coleman, Composer and Saxophonist Who Rewrote the Language of Jazz, Dies at 85 - NYTimes.com

And this'll tell you how fast you should go...

And this'll tell you how fast you should go...