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  1. Dusar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Sax Impressions on Discogs.5/5(2). Reply
  2. Sadal
    Alice Coltrane (née McLeod, August 27, – January 12, ), also known by her adopted Sanskrit name Turiyasangitananda or Turiya Alice Coltrane, was an American jazz musician and composer, and in her later years a complucvesenshealhgoldnetnoporcentpulchni.coinfo of the few harpists in the history of jazz, she recorded many albums as a bandleader, beginning in the late s and early s for Impulse! and other major. Reply
  3. Dougal
    Apr 24,  · Alice and John met in the early sixties in New York City, when she was gigging and he was already a star. She was born in Detroit in , and, like many contemporaries, received her most. Reply
  4. Akinolkis
    Alice "Turiya" Coltrane was a visionary pianist, composer, and bandleader who spent the majority of her life seeking spiritually in both music and her private life. While her early years as a professional were spent as a hard-swinging, in-demand pianist of the Detroit school during the '50s, it was her marriage to and musical partnership with John Coltrane that established her during the New. Reply
  5. Tygole
    BAKERSFIELD. 19th St Bakersfield, CA () Mon - Fri, 11AM - 6PM Saturday, 11AM - 5PM Closed Sunday. IG: @goingunderground. Reply
  6. Akile
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Transcendence on Discogs/5(3). Reply
  7. Kazshura
    Ascension [Edition I], an Album by John Coltrane. Released in February on Impulse! (catalog no. A; Vinyl LP). Genres: Free Jazz, Spiritual Jazz. Featured peformers: John Coltrane (tenor saxophone, composer), Freddie Hubbard (trumpet), Art Davis (bass), Elvin Jones (drums), McCoy Tyner (piano), Marion Brown (alto saxophone), Pharoah Sanders (tenor saxophone), Archie Shepp (tenor. Reply
  8. Mikat
    She met John Coltrane while touring and recording with Gibbs in the early '60s, married the saxophonist in , and joined his band - replacing McCoy Tyner - a year later. She stayed with John's band until his death in , and subsequently formed her own bands with players such as Pharoah Sanders, Joe Henderson, Frank Lowe, Carlos Ward. Reply
  9. Vucage
    Coltrane plays Wurlitzer, electric piano, and harp, accompanied on all but one tune by a choir of clapping singers. The lone exception is "Om Nama Shivayah" a hard-grooving minute duo with the late John Coltrane Jr. on drums. Ultimately, it's a preview for the later cassette recordings. Transcendence strikes a /5(9). Reply

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