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Jazz at Lincoln Center 22h
Happy Birthday to a creative genius and titan of jazz: . "Coltrane's strength of character is in his journey through music. He sacrificed. And he had the insight and the consciousness to touch that thing that's inside all of us." -Wynton Marsalis
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Chris Robinson 21h
Does anybody know of an article, review, or whatever that has McCoy Tyner's thoughts on whether Coltrane's Both Directions at Once was actually meant to be a stand alone album? Seems like he would know.
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SFJAZZ 20h
Today's the birthday of the legendary – what Trane record are you listening to?
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Albumism 11h
Remembering today on what would have been his 92nd birthday (born September 23, 1926) | Revisit his musical legacy—including audio & video highlights—here:
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Greg Carr Sep 23
Son of Africa, Carolina-born, Philly-bred. Giant Stepper. Blower of Our Blue Blackness. Love is Supreme. Happy 92nd Birthday
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D Y 14h
Today is a very special day. birthday of my oldest child and birthday the Equinox
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Greg Carr Sep 22
Tomorrow is 's birthday, though we never need excuse to play his music. This morning, the first day of Fall, is a perfect time to tuck into his classic, "Equinox." Creator and Ancestors but this Brother was in tune with the cosmos!
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Ron Williford Sep 22
Saxophonist and composer John Coltrane was born on September 23, 1926 in Hamlet, North Carolina.
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Rachael Johnson 18h
“My music is the spiritual expression of what I am — my faith, my knowledge, my being...When you begin to see the possibilities of music, you desire to do something really good for people....I want to speak to their souls.” (Photo: Michael Cuscuna)
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InternationalJazzDay 19h
"When you begin to see the possibilities of music, you desire to do something good for people, to help humanity free itself from its hang-ups."
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John Kluxen 18h
Happy John Coltrane day. Should you tire of sport, I suggest you curl up with someone special and listen to Plays the Blues.
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Stephanie Marsilia 15h
The doc, "Chasing Trane", around time 1:19, a man named "Osaharu Fukushima" describes his 1st encounter with on his 1966 tour of . He describes Coltrane going to , to the heart of the explosion of the . Moving.
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Kenny Barron 18h
Celebrating the first day of Fall as well as 's birthday with "Autumn Leaves."
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ghetto intellectual™ 11h
[this 1963] studio session, found among ’s holdings by the family of his first wife, Naima, offers a bounty of unheard material by the saxophonist’s classic quartet (pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Jimmy Garrison, and drummer Elvin Jones)
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Mark Anthony Neal 19h
'Journalist Frank Kofsky of KPFK talks with in this1966 interview, recorded as the two drove through Coltrane's neighborhood in Huntington, NY.' via
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Clay the M'eek 24h
Jazz legend was born 92 years ago today. 💙
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Joey DeFrancesco 23h
On this day in 1926 The GREAT John Coltrane was born!! 🙏🏽❤️
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Dee ™ Sep 23
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Miss Sweetness 1h
Happy Birthday to a creative genius and titan of jazz: .
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rolandsmartin 22h
I know is doing something special today in honor of . He finds a way to work Coltrane into any speech!
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