Permission to use the film's original title, "A Love Supreme", was denied by Alice Coltrane, the widow of John Coltrane
, the composer of the four-movement composition. See more
But the jazz, you know if we had to dep... if we had to depend upon black people to eat, we would starve to death. I mean, you've been out there, you're on the bandstand, you look out into the audience, what do you see? You see Japanese, you see, you see West Germans, you see, you know, Slabobic, anything except our people - it makes no sense. It incenses me that our own people don't realize our own heritage, our own culture, this is our music, man.
It's all bullsh.....
Harlem Blues (a cappella)
Written and performed by Branford Marsalis Quartet
and Terence Blanchard
Vocals by Cynda Williams See more