John Coltrane Holding a Bass Clarinet, Stanford University, 1966
© Jim Marshall Photography LLC

John Coltrane Holding a Bass Clarinet, Stanford University, 1966

Photograph
By Jim Marshall
About the image

John Coltrane pauses while holding a bass clarinet, likely belonging to Donald Garrett, backstage before a performance at Stanford University's Memorial Auditorium, January 23, 1966.

The concert was a double-billing of Thelonious Monk (with his quartet) and the John Coltrane Ensemble, which included Elvin Jones and Rashied Ali on drums; Juno Lewis, percussion; Pharoah Sanders, tenor sax; Alice Coltrane, piano; Jimmy Garrison, bass; and Donald Garrett, bass and bass clarinet. 

Release Notes:
This is a Limited Edition Estate Photograph produced by Jim Marshall Photography LLC in one size only. Each Estate edition is carefully selected from Jim's massive personal archive of over 1 million negatives. There is intentionally no crossover with any previously available photographs that Jim produced during his lifetime.

Collector's Notes:
Jim Marshall's Estate Photographs are printed to order in San Francisco. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. Each museum-quality photograph will be hand-numbered, and bears the official estate seal on the reverse.

Buyers will also receive a certificate of authenticity following delivery.

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John Coltrane Holding a Bass Clarinet, Stanford University, 1966
John Coltrane Holding a Bass Clarinet, Stanford University, 1966