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Live in the Clubs: Play, music will celebrate life of jazz innovator John Coltrane

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Donald “The Soul Man” Hyman first picked up a copy of “A Love Supreme,” a book chronicling the writing and recording of the 1964 album of the same name by jazz saxophonist John Coltrane, at the Albany Public Library. And at first, it didn’t immediately grab him. But one thing in particular did jump out at him — a benefit performance that Coltrane played at St. Gregory’s School Hall in Brooklyn, in 1966, which was ...


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