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9 thoughts on “ Vigil - John Coltrane - Kulu Sé Mama (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Feb 24,  · referencing Kulu Sé Mama, LP, Album, AS, A I love how raw and open the sound is here. How far Coltrane came from that encounter with Thelonious that set him on freeing himself from simple melody to a sound that is completely memorizing and a total flat out challenge to the western concept of what a song should be/5().
  2. May 06,  · Kulu Se Mama is the continuation of John Coltrane's quest for musical expression. The title track is essentially based on a concept and lyrics by Juno Lewis, over which Coltrane and an extended band (including Pharoah Sanders, Donald Garrett, Frank Butler and Lewis himself in addition to Coltrane's quartet) plays some semi-tribal music/5(19).
  3. This LP, re-released in and whose contents have been reissued in different sets on CD, features John Coltrane in two different settings. "Vigil" and the spiritual ballad "Welcome" showcase tenor saxophonist Coltrane with his classic quartet (pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Jimmy Garrison, and drummer Elvin Jones) in June
  4. Oct 08,  · Kulu Sé Mama is an album by jazz musician John Coltrane. Recorded during , it was released in early as Impulse! A (AS for the stereo version).
  5. Kulu Se Mama is a wonderful work of art which blend a sharp combination of electrifying band interplay, stunning eclecticism, high pace musicianship, high voltage virtuosity and even solid dashes of African folklore and swinging post-bop which made this such a spellbinding and arresting masterpiece/5(40).
  6. Kulu Sé Mama is, even by Coltrane's standards as an innovator, a seriously radical suite. It's bold and unflinching and nearly iconoclastic in tone. If Coltrane was Bergman, this is his Persona to A Love Supreme's Wild Strawberries or Virgin Spring.
  7. Transition is an album of music by jazz saxophonist John Coltrane, recorded in but released posthumously only in As its title indicates, Transition was a bridge between classic quartet recordings like A Love Supreme and the more experimental works of Coltrane's last years. For some reason, Impulse! decided to alter the track listing of the original album on the CD edition, removing.
  8. John Coltrane Vigil. Add to Song Favorites ♥ Share on facebook; twitter; tumblr; Appears On Year Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; John Coltrane. Kulu Sé Mama. Impulse! John Coltrane. Transition. Impulse!
  9. Nov 30,  · John Coltrane Kulu Sé Mama Impulse! It is rare to find Kulu Sé Mama on somebody's desert-island list of recordings by saxophonist John Coltrane. Why, is a mystery. Despite the brooding intensity of the cover photo, the performances are accessible and delightful, and, as an artifact, although it was recorded over three sessions in summer and fall in New Jersey and Los .

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