If you read Kafka am Strand (on the Shore, 海辺のカフカ umibe no kafuka 2002, german 2004) on your way through the pages 636 (german edition) you find a lot of quotes to very good and famous musicians (e.g. The Beatles) and largely muscians unfamiliar to mainstream, however, they are/were great performer and artists with strong a influence on today’s music. One of them (to me) is John Coltrane and his Song: My Favorite Things. In this recording from 1961 you see The John Coltrane Quartett performing live in Baden-Baden (Germany) with Eric Dolphy (flute, alto sax), McCoy Tyner on the piano, Reggie Workman (bass), Elvin Jones on the drumsand - of course Mr. Coltrane (soprano sax, tenor sax). yesterday, i watched this one in a loop of four times. very relaxing. as i read in Afterdark: “Tja also… Damit Musik wirklich Tiefe erreicht, muss sie den eigenen Körper physisch bwegen und zugleich auch die Körper der Leute, die sie hören. Einen Zustand der Übereinstimmung erzeugen.” (p. 115, g.e.) Here you can see that the Quartett is deep and also physically involved into the song they are performing.