Resonance Records writes: "George Klabin and Zev Feldman have been involved in some major tape discoveries over the years at Resonance, but this one probably takes the cake over them all. Several years back, Zev's good friend at the Coltrane House of Osaka, Japan, Yasuhiro Fujioka, introduced him to the film producer Kiku Lani Iwata who was working on the 2017 "Chasing Trane" documentary. 

"Kiku put Zev in touch with saxophonist Steve Griggs, who introduced them to Virginia Brazil, widow of saxophonist Joe Brazil - who was a friend of Coltrane's and recorded him at the Penthouse. After a number of meetings, Resonance was able to strike a deal to acquire tapes of John Coltrane performing the entire "A Love Supreme" suite live at the Penthouse jazz club in Seattle, WA on October 2, 1965. George and Zev were fortunate to have been able to acquire these important tapes to make sure they stayed out of the wrong hands, and safely into the hands of the good folks at Verve Label Group/Impulse! George and Zev want to thank Ken Druker, Jamie Krents and everyone at the label for allowing us to be co-producers on this incredible journey. Thanks also to Ashley Kahn, Steve Griggs, Lewis Porter, Charlie Puzzo Jr., Yasuhiro Fujioka, Kiku Lani Iwata and everyone else who helped make this project happen. Available October 8:


1. A Love Supreme, Pt. 1 – Acknowledgement (Live in Seattle/1965)

2. Interlude 1 (Live in Seattle/1965)

3. A Love Supreme, Pt. II – Resolution (Live in Seattle/1965)

4. Interlude 2 (Live in Seattle/1965)

5. A Love Supreme, Pt. III – Pursuance (Live in Seattle/1965)

6. Interlude 3 (Live in Seattle/1965)

7. Interlude 4 (Live in Seattle/1965)

8. A Love Supreme, Pt. IV – Psalm (Live in Seattle/1965)