A new Alice Coltrane compilation has been introduced: Non secular Eternal—The Entire Warner Bros. Studio Recordings is out September 7 by means of Serious Gone Songs. As the title suggests, Religious Eternal collects the a few studio albums that Coltrane introduced on Warner Bros. (Eternity, Radha-Krsna Nama Sankirtana, and Transcendence). The 2xCD was created by Gordon Anderson and Zev Feldman and remastered by Mike Milchner. The set also will come with a 24-site booklet with notes by Grammy-profitable audio historian Ashley Kahn (based on interviews with producer Ed Michel and Baker Bigsby), uncommon photographs, and first album credits. Look at out the Religious Everlasting protect artwork below.
Very last yr, Luaka Bop introduced World Spirituality Classics 1: The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda, which gathered Coltrane’s ashram tunes. (Ashley Kahn wrote the liner notes for that compilation, much too.) This 12 months, Superior Viaduct is reissuing 1972’s Lord of Lords, Coltrane’s final file for the Impulse! label.
Read Pitchfork’s feature “Transfiguration and Transcendence: The New music of Alice Coltrane.”