Ogunde - John Coltrane - The Olatunji Concert: The Last Live Recording
Label: RAO - 314 589 120-2 • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Jazz • Style: Free Jazz
The album consists of two songs—" Ogunde ", which Coltrane also recorded for his final approved album, Expressionand an especially free-form " My Favorite Things ", which Coltrane had performed live regularly since About a month after this show, Coltrane began to complain of intense abdominal pain; he died two months after that, in July. The Olatunji Concert was not Coltrane's last show, but rather, his penultimate—he would play once more on May 7,in Baltimore.
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Oct 29, · John Coltrane's last recorded concert features some of the most uncompromising sounds ever committed to tape. While slowly and secretly dying of liver disease, Coltrane played a set with tenor saxophonist Pharoah Sanders, his wife Alice Coltrane on piano, stalwart Jimmy Garrison on bass, and the masterful, underrated drummer Rashied Ali (and possibly percussionists Algie DeWitt and Jumma Santos /5(41).
Mar 23, · Recorded just a few months before John Coltrane's death on July 17, , the importance of this document cannot be overstated. It captures the legendary tenor and soprano saxophonist live in concert at the Olatunji Center of African Culture in Harlem.4/4(32).
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Mar 23, · This is the last live recording of saxophonist John Coltrane; by the time it was committed to tape, he and his quintet had ventured deep into free jazz territory, alienating many of his original fans and polarizing the jazz world.4/5(32).
This is the last live recording of saxophonist John Coltrane; by the time it was committed to tape, he and his quintet had ventured deep into free jazz territory, alienating many of his original fans and polarizing the jazz world.4/5(32).