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Episode #1915

Program #1915

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Saturday, May 03, 2003

Ever since John Coltrane recorded his spiritual masterpiece, the 1964 recording, A Love Supreme, numerous jazz musicians have found inspiration in a deeply spiritual brand of jazz. This edition of New Sounds features some representative examples, including Abdullah Ibrahim's "The Pilgrim," Pharoah Sanders's "The Creator Has A Master Plan," Keith Jarrett's "Ritual Prayer," and Jack DeJohnette's "Healing Prayer for Mother Earth."

PROGRAM # 1915, spiritual jazz (First aired on May 10, 2001)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

John Coltrane

A Love Supreme

Acknowledgement, excerpt [2:00]

MCA Impulse #5560**
Available for purchase at Amazon.com*

Pharoah Sanders

Best of

The Creator has a Master Plan, excerpts [17:00]

MCA/Impulse #9229. That CD seems to be out of print, but The tune is available on 2 different CDs, "Karma" (Try Amazon.com)* and "Priceless Jazz" (Also at Amazon.com)*

Abdullah Ibrahim (Dollar Brand)

Cape Town Fringe

The Pilgrim [13:00]

Chiaroscuro #2004* www.chiaroscurojazz.com

Keith Jarrett

Dark Intervals

Ritual Prayer [7:00]

ECM #1379** www.ecmrecords.com

Keith Jarrett

Spirits

Part 11 [3:00] Part 9 [3:00]

ECM #1333/34** www.ecmrecords.com

Jack deJohnette

Dancing with Nature Spirits

Healing Prayer for Mother Earth, excerpt [4:30]

ECM #1558** www.ecmrecords.com

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