Alice Coltrane Featuring Pharoah Sanders - Journey In Satchidananda FLAC
|1||Journey In Satchidananda||6:33|
|3||Isis And Osiris|
Bass – Charlie HadenOud – Vishnu Wood
|5||Something About John Coltrane||10:40|
- Bass – Cecil McBee (tracks: A1 to B1)
- Bells, Tambourine – Majid Shabazz (tracks: A1 to B1)
- Design – Wallace Caldwell
- Drums – Rashied Ali
- Engineer – Orville O'Brien, Roy Musgnug
- Harp, Piano, Liner Notes, Composed By – Alice Coltrane
- Photography By [Cover] – Chuck Stewart
- Photography By [Liner] – Chuck Stewart, Ed Michel
- Producer – Alice Coltrane, Ed Michel
- Recorded By [Location Recording] – Orville O'Brien (tracks: B2)
- Soprano Saxophone, Percussion – Pharoah Sanders
- Tambura [Tamboura] – Tulsi (tracks: A1 to B1)
Original pressing with red & black Impulse/ABC labels. Text along bottom edge: A Product of ABC Records, Inc. New York, N.Y. 10019 • Made in USA
Originally recorded November 8, 1970, Dix Hills, New York.
Track B2 was recorded July 4, 1970, in performance at The Village Gate, New York City.
A Product of ABC/Dunhill Records
© MCMLXXI, ABC/Dunhill Records. Printed in USA.
Rashied Ali inside gatefold / Rashid Ali on back cover
Chuck Stewart inside gatefold / Charles Stewart on back cover
- Matrix / Runout (A): 161191E1/A
- Matrix / Runout (B): 161191E2/A
- Barcode: 602557769593
- Copyright (c) – UMG Recordings, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Universal Music Enterprises
- Recorded At – Village Gate
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