Pharoah Sanders “Tauhid”

Pharoah Sanders “Tauhid”

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Pharoah Sanders
ABC Impulse! (US) 1970
AS-9138 (LP) coated gatefold sleeve.
sleeve : EX-(wear on corner, some slightly dirts.)
media : VG+/VG+(some light surface noises and light click noises caused by slightly hairlines.)

A leader album released in 1967 by American saxophonist Pharoah Sanders, who joined John Coltrane's group in the mid-1960s, together suggesting new forms of jazz and continuing Coltrane's legacy after his death, leaving behind numerous spiritual jazz masterpieces. The album features Dave Burrell (p), Warren Sharrock (g), Roger Blank (ds), Henry Grimes (b), and Nat Bettis (per). The opening track, A1, unfolds with an introduction of thunderous distortion guitar, followed by a gentle break where piccolo flutes dance, leading into soaring ethnic jazz. B1, with its Oriental flavor themed around Japan, provides a pleasant atmosphere. This early masterpiece showcases Pharoah's ethnic influences, with various organic percussion sounds ringing out dramatically. This is a 1970’s US reissue with the Van Gelder stamp.

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

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