Live in Seattle (John Coltrane album)
|Live in Seattle|
|Live album by John Coltrane|
|Recorded||September 30, 1965|
|The Penguin Guide to Jazz|||
The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow warns "Coltrane experts know that 1965 was the year that his music became quite atonal and, with the addition of Sanders, often very violent. This music, therefore, is not for fans of Coltrane's earlier sheets of sound period or for those who prefer jazz as melodic background music... This is innovative and difficult music that makes today's young lions (not to mention the pop saxophonists) sound very old-fashioned in comparison".
- All compositions by John Coltrane except as indicated
- "Cosmos" - 10:49 Previously released on original double LP
- "Out of This World" (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer) - 24:20 Previously released on original double LP
- "Body and Soul" (Frank Eyton, Johnny Green, Edward Heyman, Robert Sour) - 21:03
- "Tapestry in Sound" (Jimmy Garrison) - 6:07 Previously released on original double LP
- "Evolution" - 36:10 Previously released on original double LP
- "Afro-Blue" (Mongo Santamaría) - 34:15
- Recorded September 30, 1965 in Seattle.
- John Coltrane — tenor saxophone/soprano saxophone
- Pharoah Sanders — tenor saxophone
- McCoy Tyner — piano
- Jimmy Garrison — double bass
- Donald Garrett — bass clarinet/double bass
- Elvin Jones — drums
Donald Garrett claims to have played a normal (b-flat soprano) clarinet, rather than a bass-clarinet on both this session and the subsequent Om. Despite the sleevenotes remaining unchanged, auditory evidence supports his claim.