In August of 1961, the John Coltrane Quintet played an engagement at the legendary Village Gate in Greenwich Village, New York. Ninety minutes of never-before-heard music from this group were recently discovered at the New York Public Library. In addition to some well-known Coltrane material ("Impressions"), there is a breathtaking feature for Dolphy's bass clarinet on "When Lights Are Low" and the only known non-studio recording of Coltrane's composition "Africa", from the Africa/Brass album.
- Double LP
- Gatefold Jacket
|John Coltrane||tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone|
|Eric Dolphy||flute, bass clarinet, alto saxophone|
- My Favorite Things
- When Lights Are Low