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Thread: Spinning Today - What Are You Listening To Right Now? (Part 3)

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    Is it just me? If theres a guitar on the cover ot makes me really, really sceptical about the contents of the album...
    Naturally there are exceptions but lots of them actually confirms my prejudice, Guitar on the cover~Gigantic ego masturbating with favorite instrument

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    The newly released Alice Coltrane album. It's apparently culled from music recorded within her own Ashram. Think repetitive, hypnotic, religious chanting interspersed with the 'other worldly' sounds that Alice Coltrane is known for. Personally, I think she is one of jazz's greatest ever artists yet relatively unappreciated because of her spouse, her gender and her race. To me, she is one of the artists who transports me away from everyday life in to very beautiful, spiritual place.

    If you don't know her stuff, start with 'Journey in Satchidananda' or 'Ptah the El Daoud'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldius View Post



    The newly released Alice Coltrane album. It's apparently culled from music recorded within her own Ashram. Think repetitive, hypnotic, religious chanting interspersed with the 'other worldly' sounds that Alice Coltrane is known for. Personally, I think she is one of jazz's greatest ever artists yet relatively unappreciated because of her spouse, her gender and her race. To me, she is one of the artists who transports me away from everyday life in to very beautiful, spiritual place.

    If you don't know her stuff, start with 'Journey in Satchidananda' or 'Ptah the El Daoud'.

    Was just reading this really good article in The Quietus celebrating her music. I'm a relative newcomer to her music but I'm fast becoming a big fan. A Monastic Trio is a superb record in my honest opinion. Will check out your suggestions, thanks.

    http://thequietus.com/articles/22328...-john-coltrane
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    Haven't played this for a while but hey ho... neighbours are away and the volume is up..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sand Dancin Donkey Walker View Post
    Could you meen this type of thing

    Spot on!

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    Great on a beautiful sunny Sunday morning.
    The live show they did for the 6 Music Proms together with Nils Frahm at The Albert Hall is now up on YouTube.


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