Song Flute

John Coltrane left his wife in the summer of 1963. 

He wrote two songs for her; both were melancholy. 

He said the first song was his favorite. He wrote it like a love letter, and like all love letters, it was a time capsule. Within: a house in Philadelphia, a house party in New York, a conversation about harp music and another about laughter.


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