John Coltrane and Archie Shepp record together’New Thing at Newport’ at the Newport Jazz Festival (1965)

‘New Thing at Newport’ by John Coltrane & Archie Shepp is a live album recorded on July 2, 1965 at the Newport Jazz Festival and released the same year by Impulse!..

Track Listing : 1.Spoken Introduction To John Coltrane‘S Set By Father Norman O’Connor – 01:08 . 2.One Down One Up (John Coltrane) – 12:42 . 3.My Favorite Things(Oscar Hammerstein Ii, Richard Rodgers) – 15:14 . 4.Spoken Conclusion To John Coltrane‘S Set By Father Norman O’Connor . 5.Spoken Introduction To Archie Shepp‘S Set By Billy Taylor – 01:41 . 6.Gingerbread, Gingerbread Boy (Archie Shepp) – 10:26 . 7.Call Me By My Rightful Name (Archie Shepp) – 06:38 . 8.Scag (Archie Shepp) – 03:19 . 9.Rufus (Swung His Face At Last To The Wind, Then His Neck Snapped) (Archie Shepp) – 05:17 . 10.Le Matin Des Noire (Archie Shepp) – 08:20


Chuck Stewart

Musicians : John Coltrane — Tenor Saxophone On (2) . Mccoy Tyner — Piano On (2 -3) . Jimmy Garrison — Double Bass On (2 -3) . Elvin Jones — Drums On (2 -3) . Archie Shepp — Tenor Saxophone Except (8) . Bobby Hutcherson — Vibes On (6 -7 – 8 – 9 – 10) . Barre Phillips — Double Bass On (6 -7 – 8 – 9 – 10) . Joe Chambers — Drums On (6 -7 – 8 – 9 – 10)

Production : Produced By Bob Thiele – Producer Frank Bruno – Engineer . Bud Graham – Engineer

Package : Joe Alper – Photography . Nat Hentoff – Liner Notes . Hollis King – Art Direction . Chuck Stewart asterisques RVM – Photography

Recorded On July 2, 1965 At Newport Jazz Festival.

Released In 1965 By Impulse!.

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Dusted Magazine
These faults come to the fore on New Thing! That phrase conjures pretty specific associations; second-generation free jazz in generaland the John Coltrane and Archie Shepp split LP, New Thing At Newport, in particular. […]

markjazz @ RateYourMusic
This is one of my favourite live jazz albums and what did I expect? It has the two most famous saxophone players during their time and the two that like to experiment the most as well, in the US anyway. […]

All About Jazz
After Coltrane and crew have sufficiently anointed the Newport crowd in a monsoon of New Thing sentiments it’s Shepp’s turn. His set is a different bag, brimming with political overtones and barely contained dysphoria and his sound on tenor is an arresting amalgam of raspy coarseness and delicate lyricism. […]

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