The John Coltrane Quartet, My Favorite Things Belgium, 1965

My Favorite Things (song)-Wikipedia

"My Favorite Things" is a popular musical song, originally from the 1959 Rodgers and HammersteinmusicalThe Sound of Music.

The song was first performed by Maria (played by Mary Martin) and Mother Abbess (Patricia Neway) in the original 1959 Broadway production. Julie Andrews performed the song for the first time on the Christmas special for the The Garry Moore Show in 1961, and then she starred in the 1965 film.

John Coltrane

Jazz artist John Coltrane did an extended, close to fourteen-minute version in E minor on his 1961 album taken from the title of the song. It became a jazz classic and a signature for Coltrane in concert, also appearing on Newport '63 in 1963, Live at the Half Note: One Down, One Up and New Thing at Newportin 1965, Live at the Village Vanguard Again! and Offering: Live at Temple University in 1966, and The Olatunji Concert: The Last Live Recording in 1967.