With The Organist Entertains. Music from the popular organ and keyboard world.
PHONE [number removed] for programme information and details of organ clubs and societies.
2/4. Rivalling Charlie Parker as the most influential saxophonist of the last 50 years,
John Coltrane produced a wealth of recorded material prior to his death in 1967, aged 40.
Courtney Pine celebrates the 40th anniversary of Coltrane's monumental work, A Love
Supreme- a spiritually inspired LP with just 33 minutes of music. Interviewees include original members of Coltrane's classic quartet and many others.
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