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Joh Coltrane private jan 1958

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Did everyone but me already know about this?  It's been up since July. 

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wasnt there some talk years back here how it may or may not actually have been joe henderson-- 

i could be confusing with another session, im sorry

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It's even been Andorrianized.

Personally,, I think the sound is so poor that it's something to listen to once just to say you've heard it.

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Much worst-sounding than the absolute worst sounding Jimi Hendrix boot I ever heard, which is really saying something.

At least from my memory of last having heard it on some CDR I got somewhere along the line 10-12 years ago.

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I own, and enjoy, things with worse sound than this...but the're also better/most unique than this.

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Maybe they could get Ron McMaster to work on it.

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I only hope these few informactions may-help.. you all…:

**) - Joe Henderson found a copy of this tape in his basement in his house
in San Francisco on September 28, 1991, the day Miles Davis died.
There's a pic of Joe H with the cassette tape of this jam in Fuji..,-

John Coltrane - Joe Henderson REMASTERED !!!!
Private jam in Joe Brazil's basement
Detroit, MI  -  25 September 1958
John Coltrane tenor sax ,,Joe Henderson tenor sax ,,Joe Brazil alto sax ,,Unknown Ten on track 01
Sonny 'Red' Kyner alto sax ,,Hugh Lawson piano ,,Erni Farrow bass ,,Roy Brooks drums
Private tape recorded by Joe Brazil
1. Untitled blues jam, ending with Now's the Time (19:41)
2. Woody'n You (8:10)
3. Paul's Pal (13:12)
4. Sweet Georgia Brown (12:34)…-

The coltrane reference provides the following analysis of the contents..,:
After each tune there are a few seconds of talking and practising;
on 1 solos are:
Sonny 'red' Kyner (alto)
Trane
Probably Joe Brazil
Donald Towns (Tr)
Unknown Ten
Joe Henderson

on 2 Coltrane does not solo;
on 3 Joe Henderson solos first, followed by Coltrane and
on 4 Coltrane solos first followed by Henderson, and it is at a very fast tempo. 

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