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Journey in Satchidananda
Alice Coltrane Lyrics

We have lyrics for these tracks by Alice Coltrane:

A Love Supreme Chant-like A love supreme Supreme, supreme…
Govinda Jai Jai Govinda Jai Jai Gopala Jai Jai Govinda Jai Jai Gopala Jai Ja…
Hare Krishna [Repeat: x2] Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Har…
Krishna Krishna [Repeat: x2] Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Har…
Om Supreme When I called you to California You knew I would meet…
Rama Rama Rama Rama Shivamani Rama Rama Shivamani Rama Rama Shivamani …

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Most interesting comments from YouTube:

Sophia Peron

tracks A1 to B1

Alice Coltrane – piano, harp
Pharoah Sanders – soprano saxophone, percussion
Cecil McBee – double bass
Rashied Ali – drums
Tulsi – tanpura
Majid Shabazz – bells, tambourine
track B2

Alice Coltrane – harp
Pharoah Sanders – soprano saxophone, percussion
Rashied Ali – drums
Charlie Haden – bass
Vishnu Wood – oud

Juan Ronda

Alice Coltrane ‎– Journey In Satchidananda
Label: Impulse!, ABC Records (1971)
Alice Coltrane: Harp, Piano, Liner Notes, Composer, Producer
Pharoah Sanders: Soprano Sax, Percussion
Cecil McBee: Bass
Rashied Ali: Drums
Tulsi: Tamboura
Majid Shabazz: Bells, Tambourine

Orville O'Brien: Engineer, Recorded by
Roy Musgnug: Engineer
Wallace Caldwell: Design
Ed Michel: Photography, Producer
Chuck Stewart: Photography by

All comments from YouTube:

Max Hasler

In 1975 I was a poor and lonely guy in the rough little desert city of Pasco Washington I saved up for a turntable but had no albums all I had extra was 3$ an hours pay. So I went to the Good will .This was the first album to catch my eye. I have it yet . WONDERFUL

Abiola Valentine

Beautiful story. I've had mine since early 70's. This has helped me get through the isolation from the Covid-19 pandemic.



Mark Knego

I also still have original vinyl! Bravo bravo bravo!

S. Payne

I saw Sister Alice in 1972 with a huge ensemble and an orchestra. She astral projected me right out of the concert hall and into the infinite. It literally changed my life.

ronald Boyle

the music at that time had that effect on so many....Trane, Phaorah, Archie, McCoy, Alice and all them changed music, altered the sound of the universe

Pat Cee

Good story.

Nik Dadson

That must have been something. This album certainly expanded me. It's like a bridge to the divine.

ronald Boyle

This is music of the highest order........I saw her in concert in Manhattan with BOTH Pharoah Sanders and Archie Shepp playing.......they came walking in from separate wings of the stage and blew was a transcendent experience.....I believe my man Reggie Workman was on bass.

ronald Boyle

@Raymantico Reggie was of the teachers at the Muse in Brooklyn along with Bill Barron, Roland Alexander and others.....Reggie directed the band......I was a teenager playing alto sax.........I used to look at him and say ...."dag, this guy was Trane's and Dolphy's bass player !!!

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