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This music came from John Coltrane's final recording sessions, although no one at that time knew it. It was emblematic of his work in that era — unpredictable, experimental, restless, sometimes remarkable, sometimes more noteworthy for what was being attempted than presented. GRP's reissued CD includes a great bonus cut, the nearly 12-minute "Number One" with a surging, raw Coltrane tenor contrasted by Pharoah Sanders' piccolo and flute. But while the newer material is valuable, the compelling cut here remains "To… read more



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  • Avatar for imanelectrician
    p.s. 2: me thinks was too fast on this one.... seems the uploaded tracks do not correspond, must check especially ogunde which is much shorter in the real expression studio album, and since it is even over twenty minutes here, really looks like the olatunje or the live in japan versions, plus number one is an uncalled for addition.... will have to research this further, alas!!! sorry folks, but that's what sometimes is almost bound to happen on
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    his best playing, ever. his best studio album, his last lyrical but diligently thought-out exploration. p.s. check to be and wheep like one wheeps when you know hendrix is gone, gone, gone....

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