There are two houses.
1), Coltrane Home, Dix Hills, NY
http://thecoltranehome.org/
lived here from August 1964 to July 1967
Photo: Fuji on Sunday September 16, 2012 with Ravi and his family, Ron Stein, Hollis King, Tsunemasa Ishida, my nephew, Steve Fulgoni and Bill (video camera-man)

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Coltrane composed A Love Supreme here!






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Ravi Coltrane


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Door opens


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kids play room


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composed A Love Supreme here in a second floor
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recording studio in a basement

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See more in detail: http://diskunion.net/dubooks/coltrane.html

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Ravi's family with Ron, Fuji and Hollis, gathering in front of The Coltrane Home

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Hollis interviewing with Steve Fulgoni


2), Coltrane House in Philadelphia, PA
http://www.johncoltranehouse.org/
lived here from 1952 to Juy 1957
photo: Fuji on Thursday September 27, 2012 with Michael Cogswell, a director of The Louis Armstrong House Museum, long time friend of mine. Special thanks: Lenora Early
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opposit of the East Fairmount Park and railroad behind

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1511 North 33rd Street, Philadelphia, PA

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some are original furniture

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A door to Spiritual Awaking Room
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Spiritual Awaking here in 1957 (2nd floor)
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