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    John Coltrane Olatunji Center Of African Culture Concert Handbill (1967). Very Rare. Printed in black and white on white paper for two shows in New York on April 23, 1967. The handbill shows an image of Coltrane playing the flute, framed within an illustration of the continent of Africa. Measures 8.75" x 11.25". In Very Good Plus condition with some creasing and toning.

    This show was John Coltrane's penultimate show and featured his last ever live saxophone recording. Handbills featuring John Coltrane's image are exceptionally rare.


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    November, 2018
    3rd Saturday
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