Alice Coltrane's music from the ashram


I really love Journey in Satchidananda.


I’m partial to Universal Consciousness, but Journey in Satchidananda was my introduction to both Ms. Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders. For those unfamiliar with this type of jazz and wishing to dig further, I’d recommend the jazzsupreme website.

Note to @pesco, I want to point out that any number of her albums have been, and continue to be, available on CD – I believe this post is specifying those cassettes/CDs that her ashram released.

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Alice Coltrane fans should take a listen to Brandee Younger- she’s got a record coming out on Blue Note later this year I believe

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That’s lovely and weird.

The rucksack of preposterous religiosity is strange and fascinating, too—peruse Sathya Sai Baba’s wiki entry if you’re curious as to the depths of heightened awareness humans can plumb—but yes, the music is quite nice.

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