John Coltrane’s Nov. 11, 1966 concert at Philadelphia’s Temple University will be released officially for the first time on Sept. 23—Trane’s 88th birthday—by Impulse!/Resonance Records. The recently discovered tapes, here titled Offering: Live At Temple University, will be available in both two-CD and two-LP configurations. The band accompanying Coltrane on the date included his wife Alice Coltrane on piano plus Pharoah Sanders (reeds and flute), Rashied Ali (drums) and Sonny Johnson (bass).
Jazz Articles: 1966 Coltrane Concert to Have 1st Official Release - By Jeff Tamarkin — Jazz Articles
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