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John Coltrane, photographed performing at The Penthouse during a run of performances in Seattle, Wash. in 1965. A recording of one, long lost, is now being released as A Love Supreme: Live in Seattle. Chuck Stewart/Courtesy Universal Music Group hide caption

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John Coltrane's Masterpiece Breathes New Life With 'A Love Supreme: Live In Seattle'

John Coltrane rarely performed the music from A Love Supreme after its release at the end of 1964 – meaning even the most ardent Coltrane-ologists have been unaware of the existence of these tapes.

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Israel's New Leader Wants A Fresh Start With America. That Will Be Tough

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John Coltrane, photographed performing at The Penthouse during a run of performances in Seattle, Wash. in 1965. A recording of one, long lost, is now being released as A Love Supreme: Live in Seattle. Chuck Stewart/Courtesy Universal Music Group hide caption

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John Coltrane's Masterpiece Breathes New Life With 'A Love Supreme: Live In Seattle'

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U.S. soldiers enter a compound for a security meeting in Shah Joy District, Zabul Province, Afghanistan in the fall of 2010. Alex Dudley hide caption

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Watching Afghanistan Fall Reminds These Veterans Of Who They Left Behind

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Smoke rises from explosion outside the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan on Thursday. Reports of explosions outside the airport were confirmed the following morning. Wali Sabawoon/AP hide caption

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Live Updates: ISIS-K Behind Kabul Attack That Killed Dozens. Biden Vows Revenge

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Live Updates: ISIS-K Behind Kabul Attack That Killed Dozens. Biden Vows Revenge

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