Acknowledgement Part 1
John Coltrane Lyrics

A love supreme

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tulayama lavenapi

Me too!
Even in this material world we can have a little sense of love. How is this possible? It is due to the presence of our original love of God. Whatever we find within our experience within this conditioned life is situated in the Supreme Lord, who is the ultimate source of everything. In our original relationship with the Supreme Lord there is real love, and that love is reflected pervertedly through material conditions. Our real love is continuous and unending, but because that love is reflected pervertedly in this material world, it lacks continuity and is inebriating. If we want real, transcendental love, we have to transfer our love to the supreme lovable object—Kṛṣṇa, the Supreme Personality of Godhead.

I love Krsna the Supreme Lord, Supreme Personality, Supreme Friend.

Coltrane knew Bhagavad-Gita....🕉️🙏🏻🕉️🙏🏻🕉️🙏🏻🕉️🙏🏻🕉️🙏🏻🕉️🙏🏻

A Love Supreme...

All comments from YouTube:

Kj Hammerman

I’m 57 years old. I remember my mother telling me she saw Coltrane in Harlem back in 1960. She often said jazz is the best music ever invented. It was black ppls gift to the world.

Tom Debevoise

It it amazing that there are just 86K listens to one of the greatest moments in 20th century musical history.


Nobody knows how to appreciate jazz


Meanwhile 69 had to half 1 billion views that’s the world we are living in

Paul Tatara

Well, I've owned the album for 30 years!

William Brown

It's up to 250,807 views as of 7/26/2019.

Nicolás Paradoja

It's quite a blessing that this much people have come to this place, and are all sharing the beautiful experience that this beauty of a song is.

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Ximena :v

A love supreme, a glass of whine, a paint brush in my hand and a blank canvas. Thats what I call a good evening...

jan peter eklund

Maybe not a glass of "whine" ;-)

Charles 91771

R.I.P. to one of the greatest & the last living member of the classic Coltrane Quartet McCoy Tyner who transitioned today at the age of 81.

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