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So Many Things: The European Tour 1961

So Many Things: The European Tour 1961 by John Coltrane buy album

John Coltrane

Label: Acrobat Music
Released: 2015
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Track Listing


CD 1:
L'Olympia, Paris, November 18th 1961 (First House)
01. Blue Train; 02. I Want To Talk About You; 03. Impressions; 04. My Favourite Things.
L'Olympia, Paris, November 18th 1961 (Second House)
05. I Want To Talk About You; 06. Blue Train.

CD 2:
L'Olympia, Paris, November 18th 1961 (Second House, cont.)
01. My Favourite Things.
Falkconercentret, Copenhagen, Denmark, November 20th 1961
02. Announcement; 03. Delilah; 04. Everytime We Say Goodbye; 05. Impressions; 06. Naima.

CD 3:
Falkonercentret, Copenhagen, Denmark, November 20th 1961 (cont.)
01. My Favourite Things (false starts); 02. Announcement by John Coltrane; 03. My Favourite Things.
Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki, Finland, November 22nd 1961 (Second House)
04. Blue Train; 05. I Want To Talk About You; 06. Impressions; 07. My Favourite Things.

CD 4:
Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden, November 23rd 1961 (First House)
01. Blue Train; 02. Naima; 03. Impressions; 04. My Favourite Things.
Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden, November 23rd 1961 (Second House)
04. My Favourite Things.

Personnel

John Coltrane
John Coltrane

saxophone

Additional Personnel / Information

John Coltrane: sax tenore e soprano; Eric Dolphy: sax contralto, flauto, clarinetto basso; McCoy Tyner: pianoforte; Reggie Workman: contrabbasso; Elvin Jones: batteria.


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