John Coltrane Featuring Pharoah Sanders - Live In Seattle album flac
Title: Live In Seattle
Style: Free Jazz
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Saxophone, Other – Pharoah Sanders. Written-By – John Coltrane (tracks: A1, C, D1). Notes. Recorded in performance at The Penthouse, Seattle, Washington, September 30, 1965. Matrix, Runout (Run-out side A, etched): AS-9202, 2A 12 - 14 - 70.
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The album was considered the "spiritual follow-up to A Love Supreme. It features Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders as soloists, both playing tenor saxophones. Much of the recording is avant-garde, featuring extensive passages in free rhythm and extended saxophone techniques such as honked and overblown notes, as well as multiphonics. This would be the last Coltrane recording with long-time partners drummer Elvin Jones and pianist McCoy Tyner.
Live in Seattle is an album by jazz musician John Coltrane on Impulse! Records, recorded in 1965 and released posthumously in 1971. The original Double LP issue was expanded to 2 CDs for the reissue.
Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda. Pharoah Sanders will be performing at Love Supreme Festival this summer, in the stunning surroundings of Glynde Place, in South Downs, East Sussex, in Great Britain.
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This early, uncompromisingly harsh Sanders approach – which he was soon to moderate – can also be heard on Sun Ra & His Arkestra Featuring Pharoah Sanders/Featuring Black Harold, recorded live in 1964 (but not released on Ra’s El Saturn label until 1976). Pharoah Sanders Tauhid (Impulse! LP, 1967). John Hicks and Idris Muhammad are heard again on Africa, Sanders’ first post-Theresa album. You’ve Got to Have Freedom’ is revisited and given an extended 10-minute playing time, alongside another live staple, ‘Africa’ itself. Sanders makes several returns to the ferocity of 1964’s Pharoah. Save Our Children, featuring percussionists Trilok Gurtu and Zakir Hussain, also burns brightly, though with less intensity. David Murray & The Gwo-Ka Masters featuring Pharoah Sanders Gwotet (Yoruba Soul Remix) (Justin Time 12, 2005).
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AS-9202-2 John Coltrane Featuring Pharoah Sanders - Live In Seattle 1971. AS-9203 Alice Coltrane - Journey In Satchidananda 1971. AS-9204-2 Gabor Szabo - His Great Hits. AS-9205 Genesis - Trespass 1970. AS-9206 Pharoah Sanders - Thembi 1971. AS-9207 Howard Roberts - Antelope Freeway 1971. AS-9208 Albert Ayler - The Last Album 1971. AS-9209 Mel Brown's Fifth 1971. AS-9210 Alice Coltrane - Universal Consciousness 1971. AS-9211 John Coltrane - Sun Ship 1971. AS-9212 Archie Shepp - Things Have Got To Change 1971. AS-9213-2 Chico Hamilton - His Great Hits. AS-9232-2 Alice Coltrane - Reflection On Creation And Space. AS-9233 Pharoah Sanders - Wisdom Through Music. AS-9234-2 Charles Mingus - Reevaluation: The Impulse Years. AS-9235-2 McCoy Tyner - Reevaluation: The Impulse Years.