Pharoah Sanders “Tauhid”

Pharoah Sanders “Tauhid”

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Pharoah Sanders
Impulse!/MCA Records (Germany) 198x
AS-9138 (LP) DMM. Remastered. gatefold sleeve.
sleeve : VG+(SPSE/TOC: 7cm crack and tape on top, wear on edge and corner.)
media : EX/EX(some slightly surface noises. some small and slightly hairlines that does not affect to sounds.)

American saxophonist Pharoah Sanders, who joined John Coltrane's group in the mid-60s and suggested a new form of jazz together, continued his work after Coltrane's death, and left many spiritual jazz masterpieces. This is a leader album released in 1967. It features Dave Burrell (p), Warren Sharrock (g), Roger Blank (ds), Henry Grimes (b), and Nat Bettis (per). A1 is a masterpiece that opens with a thunderous distorted guitar introduction of various organically resonating sounds, followed by a break with piccolo flute gently dancing, and then develops into a heavenly flying ethnic jazz. B1 has a pleasant oriental feel with a Japanese theme. This is a masterpiece from the early days when Pharoah's ethnicity began to become evident in their thinking. This is a remastered 80's version with direct cutting using DMM, and the sound quality is clear and different from the original.

A1: Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt
A1: Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt
B1: Japan

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