John Coltrane, one of the most influential players of the 20th
Century, here photographed at the famous Village Gate in Greenwich
Village, on a hot August evening, 1961. He was performing with Eric
Dolphy, and each tragically died much too young. Coltrane was
devoted to his music, could practice 20 hours straight and in the
process he became one of the jazz leaders before he died in 1967.
He was proficient on the tenor as well as the soprano saxophone
and many other saxophone players began to play soprano because of
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