Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
I was actually thinking this applied more to Alice Coltrane than John. He may have made the greater contribution to music but is more easily defined, Alice is in my mind more "other".
Both Coltrane's for me are replayable but more 'singular', I have to be in a zone to be ready to get 'spiritually elevated'. Whereas I could listen to Shorter, Henderson or Hubbard play all day, and usually do. Another big replay for me would be Hancock's Maiden Voyage, maybe it's the modality, but it's basically four simple Dorian mode chords, same mode as 'So What', but it's on constant rotation.