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Rhode Island Artscape: Modern Dance And A Jazz Classic Come Together In 'Walking With 'Trane'

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For serious jazz fans, A Love Supreme, by saxophonist John Coltrane needs no introduction. A Love Supreme was recorded in one day at the end of 1964, a...

For serious jazz fans, A Love Supreme, by saxophonist John Coltrane needs no introduction.  A Love Supreme was recorded in one day at the end of 1964, and released 51 years ago this month, in February of 1965. It’s since been recognized as one of the all-time great jazz masterworks.

On Saturday, Urban Bush Women, a group of African American dancers out of Brooklyn, bring their unique interpretation of Coltrane’s achievement to the Vets, in Providence. For this month’s Rhode Island Artscape, RIPR's Chuck Hinman reports on the psychology of Coltrane and jazz improvisation.

Rhode Island Artscape: Modern Dance And A Jazz Classic Come Together In 'Walking With 'Trane'
Rhode Island Artscape: Modern Dance And A Jazz Classic Come Together In 'Walking With 'Trane'