If you’re a fan of jazz, or just music in general, then this rare John Coltrane interview is for you.

In November 1966 Frank Kofsky went to hangout with John Coltrane and brought his tape recorder. The two drove around Coltrane’s hometown in Huntington, N.Y., and talked about “moving to the country, setting up to practice, connecting with the sound of an instrument, Malcolm X, music as means of expressing that state of society, and how he wanted to change the world.”

PBS’ Blank on Blank series finds and animates old, rare and never-before-heard interviews.