Journey in Satchidananda by Alice Coltrane

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but pharri5 was first  

Via @theQuietus: http://thequietus.com/articles/15003-best-religious-spiritual-records

joel 18 Apr 2014

Alice Coltrane was probably the only really notable harpist in the history of jazz. She initially played piano, replacing the great McCoy Tyner in her husband's ( John ) band in 1966 until his death only a year later. She then played with her own bands with her music becoming increasingly meditative and spiritual. She also began to follow Indian music and religions. The excellent ( same titled) LP that this track is from is surprisingly accessible for one taking risks in the name of experimental jazz. ( Pharoah Sanders on soprano sax )   21

debutch 30 Jul 2014

Need to concentrate. Jazz good, trippy jazz better. Album on repeat. This is John's wife, she played harp.   4

fsohail 18 Apr 2013

Just stunning.   19

tpjdavies 5 Apr 2015

Just stunning...

anthonyegregory 11 Jul 2014

I've listened to a lot of aggressive content today. break time   6

sunraw 21 Nov 2012