John Coltrane September 30, 1965
|#||Tracks||Playtime||Issue||Variance from Main Session Personnel|
|1||Announcement by Jim Wilke||0:37||Jim Wilke (announcer)|
|2||Untitled Original by John Coltrane Group||25:06|
|3||Bass Duet (by Jimmy Garrison & Elvin Jones)||12:04||, , ,|
|5||Bass Solo (by Jimmy Garrison)||0:15||, , , ,|
|6||Thumb Piano Solo||2:40||, , , ,|
|8||Tapestry In Sound (Incomplete)||6:07||, , , ,|
|9||Out of This World||23:40|
|10||Body and Soul||21:27|
|11||Afro-Blue (Incomplete I)||34:40|
|12||Afro-Blue (Incomplete II)||17:33|
|13||Medley: Lush Life/My Favorite Things (Incomplete)||20:30|
Lots of notes attached to this session:
- from the untitled original at the beginning to the bass solo (four tracks) the music is continuous. Lush Life & My Favorite Things are described as 'continuous' as well, but it's unclear why they shouldn't be simply called a medley if that's the case. We have done so, as more accurately reflects our standards. The 'Incomplete' marking refers to what the Reference Book says about My Favorite Things, that is, the end of the continuous medley.
- Also, it is either Joe Brazil or Carlos Ward playing a short solo the first take of Afro-Blue (but that's not certain, just JCRB's estimation based on research). Likewise, it's not so much that those are two separate takes of Afro-Blue, as there is simply a long gap between the separate tracks.
- the 'unknown voices' on Evolution is described as "vocal cry by group members". It and the thumb piano solo preceding are continuous takes, separated here for clarity.