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  • one of those tracks...
  • jaztastik The immortal genius of Trane who soared to sublime dimensions and took us along for the ride.
  • my favourite thng
  • Anyone know the line up?
  • is that Eric Dolphy on flute?
  • My favourite thing is jazz by all the masters. Coltrane is one of them.
  • fluent and fluid
  • one of my favourites
  • my favorite thing
  • Timeless!
  • Whata great vision.
  • My Favorite Album
  • ∞♥∞
  • Thank you COLTRANE.
  • COLTRANE IS LOVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Jazz can make wonderful things even more wonderful. Sometimes it's not necessary, but this is a prime example of when it's more than justified.
  • Beautiful and very inspiring.
  • I told my family to play this track at my funeral.
  • Only now, just heard this for the 2nd time in my life. Fabulous.
  • wow... so amazing~
  • once you hear the olatunji concert version you can never go back to anything else
  • the world needs more of this.
  • Is this the sound of muzigi?
  • brilliant ;-)
  • my favorite thing
  • Perfect!
  • (:
  • Timeless!х2
  • Fucking gorgeous.
  • The first Jazz song I loved.(2)
  • McCoy Tyner kills it.
  • Immortal!
  • CLASSIC JAZZ STRAIGHT AHEAD BY THE LEGEND OF MR JOHN COLTRANE R I P
  • Timeless!
  • Olatunji Concert version is the best thing ever
  • Oh, so perfect. So, so perfect.
  • Seasonal, to be sure.
  • that's a lot of favourite things
  • 34:36? Oh lord!
  • Olatunji Concert version is fucking nuts.
  • quality on this very bad, but one of the best of the best....
  • THE INNOVATIVE GENIUS OF THE TRANE R I P
  • I never liked that Sound of Music song much. But when it's presented like THIS...
  • yep StuartHaden1 > 2 from one musicoligist to another.
  • Masterpiece by a master of jazz and a master of the tenor saxophone. Definitely one of my favourite things or as they say in the States favorite things!!!
  • the jazz greats turned "show tunes" into jazz standards....and sometimes...as witnessed here...a "show tune" became a jazz masterpiece...

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