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Alice Coltrane

Alice Coltrane
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Alice Coltrane (born Alice McLeod, August 27, 1937 – January 12, 2007), also known by her adopted Sanskrit name Turiyasangitananda or Turiya Alice Coltrane, was an American jazz pianist, organist, harpist, singer, and composer. She married saxophonist John Coltrane in 1965 and replaced McCoy Tyner in his group on piano in 1966, performing and recording with him until his death. She subsequently led her own groups and collaborated with other musicians, notably Pharoah Sanders and Carlos Santana, with a career that spanned from the 60s until shortly before her death.
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Brooklyn Raga Massive — Coltrane Raga Tribute Brooklyn Raga Massive — Coltrane Raga Tribute
(Bandcamp no#, 2017, CD)
Alice Coltrane — Translinear Light Alice Coltrane — Translinear Light
(Verve B0002191-02, 2004, CD)
Lili Haydn — Light Blue Sun Lili Haydn — Light Blue Sun
(Private Music 82876 50931 2, 2003, CD)
Alice Coltrane — Transfiguration Alice Coltrane — Transfiguration
(Sepia Tone Stone01, 1978/2002, 2CD)
Alice Coltrane — Transcendence Alice Coltrane — Transcendence
(Sepia Tone Stone06, 1977/2002, CD)
Alice Coltrane — Eternity Alice Coltrane — Eternity
(Warner Bros BS 2916, 1976, LP)
Alice Coltrane — Radha-Krsna Nama Sankirtana Alice Coltrane — Radha-Krsna Nama Sankirtana
(Wounded Bird WOU 2986, 1976/2005, CD)
Devadip Carlos Santana & Turiya Alice Coltrane — Illuminations Devadip Carlos Santana & Turiya Alice Coltrane — Illuminations
(Columbia PC 32900, 1974, LP)
McCoy Tyner — Extensions McCoy Tyner — Extensions
(Blue Note BN-LA 006-F, 1972, LP)
Alice Coltrane — Lord of Lords Alice Coltrane — Lord of Lords
(Impulse! AS-9224, 1972, LP)
Alice Coltrane — Journey in Satchidananda Alice Coltrane — Journey in Satchidananda
(Verve Impulse! IMPD-228, 1971/1998, CD)
Alice Coltrane — Universal Consciousness Alice Coltrane — Universal Consciousness
(Verve Impulse! 314 589 514-2, 1971/2002, CD)
Alice Coltrane with Strings — World Galaxy Alice Coltrane with Strings — World Galaxy
(Impulse! AS-9218, 1971, LP)
Alice Coltrane — Ptah, the El Daoud Alice Coltrane — Ptah, the El Daoud
(Impulse! IMPD-201, 1970/1996, CD)
Alice Coltrane — Huntington Ashram Monastery Alice Coltrane — Huntington Ashram Monastery
(Impulse! AS-9185, 1969, LP)
John Coltrane & Alice Coltrane — Cosmic Music John Coltrane & Alice Coltrane — Cosmic Music
(Impulse! B0015829-02, 1968/2011, CD)
Alice Coltrane — A Monastic Trio Alice Coltrane — A Monastic Trio
(Impulse! IMPD-267, 1968/1998, CD)
John Coltrane — Live at the Village Vanguard Again! John Coltrane — Live at the Village Vanguard Again!
(Impulse! B0015827-02, 1966/2011, CD)
John Coltrane — Offering - Live at Temple University John Coltrane — Offering - Live at Temple University
(Impulse B0019632-02, 1966/2014, 2CD)

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