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Thread: The Dissensus Poorly Titled Spiritual Jazz Thread

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    That Joe Henderson/Alice Coltrane LP 'Elements' that Matt B mentioned on the first page is absolutely brilliant

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    Aussie Sean from dissensus grimetapes thread put me on to a very heavy 30 hour heavy spiritual jazz mixx euro jazz curator
    if you like this gear this is an essential way to spend 30 hours
    http://www.thejazzmeet.com/friends-a...azz-1955-2012/

    tracklist for part 1

    Roy Campbell/Joe McPhee: Music Is The Healing Force
    Fred Stone: Theme From Laurence Of Arabia
    Fred Stone: Elissa
    Bob Thiele: Lament For John Coltrane
    Bob Thiele: Love Supreme
    Dwight Trible: In The Beginning God
    Massimo Urbani: Quartet Dedication To Albert Ayler
    Elvin Jones: Love Supreme
    Massimo Urbani Quartet: Dedication To John Coltrane
    Family Of Percussion: Circulus Aquae
    Sunday Palaver: Last March
    Blackclassical Remixes Sarah Webster Fabio
    1. My Own Thing
    2. Echo Of Rain
    3. Crossfire
    4. I Would Be For You Rain
    Cheikh Tidiane Fall: African Spiritual Soldier
    Cheikh Tidiane Fall: African Ancestrial Piece
    Sarah Webster Fabio: Turn From Love
    Sun Ra: Antique Blacks
    Soloman Iria: Prayer
    David S Ware: Theme From The Stargazers
    Karmu Daahoud: Deep River In Her Voice
    Kahn Jamal: Drum Dance To The Motherloade
    Mor Thaim: Return Of The Fisher King
    Pyramids: Anomawa
    Pyramids: Birth Speed And Merging
    Pyramids: Lalibela Suite
    Pyramids: Speed
    Pyramids: King Of Kings
    Pyramids: Indigo
    Pyramids: Ya Ke Ya Ke
    Pyramids: Land Of The Eternal Nile
    Herbie Hancock / Don Cherry / Mtume Kawaida
    Pyramids: Queen Of Spirits
    Brother Ah Sweet Illumination
    Jj Clayton: Fragments
    Jef Gilson: Malagasy
    Sam Rivers: Topaz
    Edward Vesala: Call Of The Sea
    Oracy: The Weight Donít Make Things No Lighter
    Warren Smith: Echora
    Richard Abrahams: Degrees And Levels Of Light
    Sun Ra: Mayan Temples
    Amir Bakra: I Love Music
    Amir Bakra: Black Mass Excerpt
    Don Rendell: Space Walk
    Warren Smith: Ann Of Nizgh
    Infinate Sound: Spain
    Infinate Sound: Ocean
    Babatunde Lee: Lionís Walk
    Infinate Sound: Ocean (Reprise)
    Griot Galaxy: Necrophillia
    Griot Galaxy: After The Dream
    Griot Galaxy: Dragons
    Dizzy Reece: Nirvana
    Dizzy Reece: Possession
    Dizzy Reece: Crisis
    Carlos Garnett: Black Nile
    Carlos Garnett: Dawid
    Griot Galaxy: Khamti Noblia
    Two Banks Of Four: One Day
    Cheikh Tidiane Fall: Few Maka Black Snow
    Terumassa Hino / Mal Waldrom: Reminiscence Suite
    Build An Ark: Nature
    Roy Brooks And The Artistic Truth: Black Survival
    Edward Vesala: Wind
    Milton Marsh: Everlasting
    Organic Music Society: Brazilian Ceremonial Hymn
    Muhal Richard Abrams: How Are You?
    Don Cherry: Relativity Suite Part 1
    Organic Music Society: Manuscha Raga Kamboji
    John Coltrane: Welcome
    John Coltrane: Om
    Karmu DaŚhoud: Poem For Our Majestic Ancestors
    Les Oubliťs De Jazz Ensemble: Nigger/Ur/Ah Musician
    Nobuo Hara: Sharps And Flats-Sohran Bushi
    Babs Robert & Love Planet: Extra Pol Action (Ice Cream í70)
    Charles Tolliverís Music Inc: Ruthieís Heart
    Dinamitri Jazz Folklore: Kongo Bells
    Amiri Baraka: There Really Was An Africa Poem
    Masahiko Togashi: The Beginning
    John Coltrane: Dearly Beloved
    Dave Lee Jr: Spirit Voices
    Eddie Gale: It Must Be You
    Bruce Johnson: Rainstorm/Calm/Peace
    Donald Alexander Strachan And The Freedom Ensemble: Song For Searching
    Cozzi Anatz: Hortus
    Philip Cohran And The Artistic Heritage Ensemble: Black Beauty
    Azar Lawrence: The Beautiful And Omnipresence Of Love
    Sun Ra: When There Is No Sun (Horo)
    Roland Kirk: Spirits Up Above
    Doug Hammond: Datín
    Imamu Amiri Baraka: Chant
    Pharoah Sanders: Red, Black & Green
    Alice Coltrane: Universal Consciousness
    Ornette Coleman: Trouble In The East Pt 1
    Pharoah Sanders: Creator Has A Master Plan
    Ornette Coleman: Trouble In The East
    Don Moye: Black Paradlisia
    Michael White: Preytude
    Marion Brown: Karintha (Poem From Cane)
    Black Artistís Group: Sweet Street Song
    Alice Coltrane: Galaxy Around Satchidananda
    Sun Ra: When There Is No Sun (Live)
    Emil Richards: Journey To Bliss Part 3
    Alice Coltrane: A Love Supreme
    Albert Ayler: Change Has Come
    Marion Brown: Karintha Part 2
    Pharoah Sanders: To John
    John Coltrane: A Love Supreme, Pt. 1 Acknowledgment
    John Coltrane: A Love Supreme, Pt. 4 Psalm
    Roach Om: A Poem For Lost Souls
    John Tchichai: Afrodisiaca
    Last Poets: Invocation
    Pheeroan Ak Laff: Michelle Del
    Marion Brown: Flute Song
    Lightmen: Free As You Wanna Be
    Joe Mcphee: Scorpioís Dance
    Hannibal: Sunrise Forest
    Hamiet Bluiett: Ayana Nneke
    Sonny Murray: Suns Of Africa Pt Ii
    Khan Jamal: Pure Energy
    William Norwood: Look At Teyonda
    Eddie Gale: The Coming Of Gwilu
    Eddie Gale: Song Of Will
    Eddie Gale: Understanding
    Eddie Gale: Fulton Street
    Eddie Gale: Walk With Thee
    Eddie Gale: The Gleeker
    Eddie Gale: Look At Teyonda
    Eddie Gale: The Rain
    Piano Choir: Almoravids
    Jayne Cortez: I Am New York City
    Oneness Of Ju-Ju: Introduction
    Gill Scott Heron: Peace Go With You Brother
    George Russell: Events Iv
    Earth Wind And Fire: Energy
    Muriel Winston: Song For Daddy
    Build An Ark: Key To The Universe
    Cheikh Tidiane Fall Few Maka: Diom Futa
    Akira Miyazawa: Bull Trout
    Brother Ah Sound Awareness: Beyond Yourself
    Heath Brothers: Smiliní Billy Suite
    Heath Brothers: Maimouna
    Sarah Webster Fabio: I Would Be For You Rain
    Cecil Mcbee: A Feeling
    Cecil Mcbee: Voice Of The 7Th Angel
    Clifford Jordan: 872
    Ensemble Al-Salaam: Music Is Nothing But A Prayer
    Ensemble Al-Salaam: The Sojourner
    John Betsch: Ra
    George Russell: Part Ii Events
    Stanley Cowell: Lullabye
    Pharaoh Sanders: Prince Of Peace
    Brother Ah: Love Piece
    The Descendants Of Mike And Phoebe: Attica
    Shamek Farrah/Sonelius Smith: The World Of Children
    The Descendants Of Mike And Phoebe: Two Songs For A Boy Named Mark
    Haki R. Madhubuti Medasi: Pyramids To Projects
    Letta Mbulu: Sunrise
    Southern Freedom Arkestra: Love Is Where The Spirit Lies
    Don Cherry: Malukans
    Watts Prophets: My People Iíll Stop Callin You Nigger
    Don Cherry: Daisy Mckee
    Don Cherry & Eternal Orchestra: Penderecki Actions
    Stanley Crouch: Ainít No Ambulances For No Nigguhs Tonight
    Don Ellis: Mirror Pond Of Stars
    Lester Bowie: Amina
    Marc Levin: Twilight Dance
    Nathan Davis: Poem For Martin Luther King
    Dave Lee Jr: The Freedom Bells
    Roy Campbell Pyramid Trio: Imhotep
    Barma Village Poet: Blackman My Brother
    Mombassa: Kenia
    Mombassa: Holz
    Barma Village Poet: Social Narcotics
    Art Blakey: Elephant Walk
    Horace Silver: Message From Kenya
    Míboom! Re-Percussion
    Mike Knock: Underground
    Coalition: Kenyaís Horizon
    Hannibal: Revelation
    Airto: Encontro No Bar
    Art Ensemble Of Chicago: Certain Blacks

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    Black Classical used to tease people on message boards, he even got email from people like Madlib after he started dropping mixes.
    did you tronc today?

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    who is he? a white swiss man in his 30s very good amatuer tennis player presumably? strong shapely calves

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    I think he is from Northern England and thats all I got on him. His mixes of rarities were just crazy stuff filled with endless unidentifiable records.
    did you tronc today?

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    What forums were they? Soul strut or sumfink?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blacktulip View Post
    Your mentioning Lonnie Liston Smith and Leon Thomas brought to mind this absolute tune:
    In case anyone else was wondering what the disappeared, mystery tune was: Pharaoh Saunders - The Creator Has a Master Plan (Karma, Impulse).

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    Lots of stuff has combined some of the elements that comprise of Impulse-era Pharoah (world music, lush chords, soulfulness, catchiness, optimism, etc.) but I haven't found anything that quite does it for me in the same way.

    In addition to what others have recommended I would suggest some of the mellower, world music influenced, fusion-era Miles Davis:

    Recollections




    Lonely Fire




    Guinnevere



    Yaphet




    Albert Ayler's 'The Truth Is Marching In' strikes a similar emotional chord as Pharoah:

    Last edited by sadmanbarty; 05-09-2015 at 06:16 PM.

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    great thread. i always loved alice coltrane but never ended up following much of pharaoh sanders' music as a result. i wonder why now. amazing, and so immediately accessible (which feels like a good thing to me, as difficult as I find most free jazz).



    kind of close to the best music ever.

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    black classical contributed a tune to a recent compilation album
    did you tronc today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    In the old days I used to go and listen to jazz albums at the listening posts in the Virgin Megastore JAZZ ROOM on Oxford Street. Then I would go and buy the albums I liked at Rayís Jazz Cafť in Foyles. (All of this has gone now.) This music would then be the soundtrack to the decadent seafood parties I used to host in my house. This was when I was at my most depraved: holding decadent seafood parties, drinking Bulgarian wine, watching Nazisploitation films, reading neoconservative tracts, and listening to jazz. They were dark times.
    mad how this thread throws together the sublime with the kitsch, like people cant tell the difference. also weirded out to see barty was posting here 3 years ago.

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    Are you looking for all my Greatest Hits or something?

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    nah theres craner gold studded thru all these hills cant help stumbling on it

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    I guess, looking back on it, my life has been a bit weird and comical.

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