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A Love Supreme

A Love Supreme
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1. Acknowledgement
2. Resolution
3. Pursuance
4. Psalm
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A Love Supreme is a jazz studio album recorded by John Coltrane's quartet in December 1964 and released by Impulse! Records (catalogue number AS-77) in February 1965. It is generally considered to be among Coltrane's greatest works, as it melded the hard bop sensibilities of his early career with the free jazz style he adopted later.
Manufacturer: Impulse!
Release date: 22 February 1965
EAN: 0602498010921 UPC: 602498010921
Tags: Jazz (10), 1960s (4), 1965 (3), Usa (2), Post-bop (2), Chris (1), United States (1), Bop (1), Concept Album (1), Religious (1), Avant-garde Jazz (1), Hard Bop (1), Modal Jazz (1), 1964 (1), Cd (1)
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500 CDs You Must Own Before You Die! (500 music items)

"The miracle saxophonist’s four-part celebration of the Creator defined the era. Black separatists embraced its riotous self-expression; hippies cried “peace” and chanted along; jazz fans heard the future. For Coltrane, it was a career mission statement. Standout track: “Psalm”"

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“1. Acknowledgement 2. Resolution 3. Pursuance 4. Psalm ”

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