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New Thing at Newport is a 1965 live album featuring two separate sets from that year's Newport Jazz Festival by tenor saxophonists John Coltrane and Archie Shepp. Side One. Spoken introduction to John Coltrane's set by Father Norman O'Connor - 1:08. One Down One Up" - 12:28 (from Coltrane's set). Rufus (Swung His Face at Last to the Wind, Then His Neck Snapped)" - 4:58 (from Shepp's set). Side Two (from Shepp's set). Le Matin des Noire" - 7:39. Call Me by My Rightful Name" - 6:19.

New Thing at Newport is a 1965 live album featuring two sets from that year's Newport Jazz Festival, by musicians John Coltrane and Archie Shepp. Le Matin des Noire - 8:20. Recorded July 2, 1965, at Newport Jazz Festival. Archie Shepp – tenor saxophone, except "Scag", recitation. Bobby Hutcherson – vibes. Jimmy Garrison – double bass. Barre Phillips – double bass.

Circa 1973-1974 pressing with black labels having neon Impluse logo. Catalog number is AS-94 on labels, but A-94 on cover. Recorded at "Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 2, 1965. Bobby Hutcherson appears courtesy Blue Note Records.

Free download and listen New Thing At Newport. New Thing At Newport. Artists: Archie Shepp. Tracks count: 8. Views: 14. Archie Shepp - Call Me By My Rightful Name 06:35. John Coltrane - One Down, One Up 12:43.

John Coltrane appeared at the Newport Jazz Festival on five different occasions, the first in 1958 as a member of Miles Davis' Kind of Blue-era sextet. As a bandleader, Coltrane performed at the festival in 1961, 1963, 1965 and 1966, and it is the middle two sets that are combined here on this intriguing release. The 1963 band was a variation on Coltrane's classic quartet (Coltrane on tenor sax, McCoy Tyner on piano, Elvin Jones on drums and Jimmy Garrison on bass) with veteran drummer Roy Haynes sitting in for Jones, who was unable to be in attendance