The piece by jazz legend John Coltrane Lane is listening to in her bedroom.

“Naima” is a 1959 ballad John Coltrane composed, naming it after his wife, Juanita Naima Grubbs. He recorded it for his fifth studio album, Giant Steps, released in 1960. Giant Steps is regarded as one of the most influential jazz albums of all time, while “Naima” was one of his first well-known works, and is a jazz standard. John Coltrane recorded it many times, and it appears on several live albums and compilation albums.

It seems slightly unusual that Lane loves both punk and jazz, but her tastes are clearly eclectic. You may recall she is also a huge fan of jazz legend Charlie Parker.

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