Monday May 16, 2016
Review: In the Sanctuary of ‘The Spiritual Side of Coltrane’
By: Nate Chinen
Because a famous subset of John Coltrane’s music addressed religion, it’s reasonable to regard spirituality as a discrete area of interest for him: a room he chose to enter, apart from the rest of the house. “The Spiritual Side of Coltrane,” at the Appel Room on Friday and Saturday, hinted as much in its title. But its musical director, Joe Lovano, pushed firmly against that premise, making a case for something larger and less sequestered.
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