Dr. McKenzie is a tough psychiatrist, a divorced middle-aged man trying to put his problems behind him. He frolics with attractive young Dr. Jesse Lane.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Birdland - Live at Birdland (John Coltrane album) - Netflix
Live at Birdland is a 1964 album by jazz musician John Coltrane. Despite its title, only the first three tracks were recorded live at the Birdland club; the rest are studio tracks. Among them is “Alabama”, a tribute to four children killed in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing, an attack at a Birmingham, Alabama church by white supremacists. The album's original pressing accidentally included a false start - this was corrected in later copies, but restored in CD editions. The album also features a live recording of “I Want to Talk About You”, a song Coltrane had recorded on his 1958 album Soultrane, this time with an extended cadenza.
Birdland - Personnel - Netflix
John Coltrane – tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone McCoy Tyner – piano Jimmy Garrison – double bass Elvin Jones – drums
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