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Scaricare album Pharoah Sanders - Tauhid

Interprete: Pharoah Sanders
Titolo: Tauhid
Stile: Avant-garde Jazz, Free Jazz
Rilasciato: 25 Jul 2007
Cat#: UCCI-9126, AS-9138
Paese: Japan
Etichetta: Impulse!
Dimensione versione MP3: 1523 mb
Dimensione versione FLAC: 2000 mb
Dimensione versione WMA: 1040 mb
Valutazione: 4.5
Voti: 168
Genere: Jazz

Scaricare album Pharoah Sanders - Tauhid


Tracklist

1Aum / Venus / Capricorn Rising14:50
2Japan3:25
3Upper Egypt & Lower Egypt16:17

Versioni

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AS-9138Pharoah Sanders Tauhid ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Impulse!AS-9138US1967
GRD-129Pharoah Sanders Tauhid ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)GRP, Impulse!GRD-129USUnknown
AS-9138Pharoah Sanders Tauhid ‎(LP, Album, RE)MCA Impulse!AS-9138France1980
AS-9138Pharoah Sanders Tauhid ‎(LP, Album, Gat)ABC Impulse!AS-9138Canada1967
IMP-88075Pharoah Sanders Tauhid ‎(LP, Album, Promo)Impulse! IMP-88075JapanUnknown

Crediti

  • BassHenry Grimes
  • DrumsRoger Blank
  • GuitarSonny Sharrock
  • PercussionNat Bettis
  • PianoDave Burrell
  • ProducerBob Thiele
  • Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Piccolo Flute, VoicePharoah Sanders

Notes

Recorded at Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Van Gelder Recording Studio on November 15, 1966.

Codici a barre

  • Barcode (Printed): 4 988005 480576
  • Barcode (Scanned): 4988005480576
  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Matrix / Runout: UCCI-9050- 1K V
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L237
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4011

Aziende

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Verve Music Group
  • Copyright (c) – The Verve Music Group

Video

Album

Tauhid is a 1967 jazz album by saxophonist Pharoah Sanders. It is his first album released after the death of John Coltrane, with whom Sanders had played from 1965 to 1967. Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt Sanders 16:12. Japan Sanders 3:22. Medley: AumVenusCapricorn Rising Sanders 14:46. Pharoah Sanders - Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Piccolo, Voice. Dave Burrell - Piano. Henry Grimes - Bass. Sonny Sharrock - Guitar. Roger Blank - Drums. Nat Bettis - Percussion. 1 - Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt 0:00 2 - Japan 16:15 3 - Medley:AumVenusCapricorn Rising 19:39 Personnel: Pharoah Sanders - Tenor in album Pharoah Sanders - Tauhid 1966. Pharoah Sanders - Upper Egypt & Lower Egypt. Pharoah Sanders - Japan. Pharoah Sanders - Aum, Venus, Capricorn Rising. Total votes: 5. Other albums by Pharoah Sanders. Pharoah Sanders. Pharoah Sanders' Finest. Jazz Soul. For those looking for Sanders' patented screeching tenor throughout, Tauhid will disappoint. Track Listing. Listen free to Pharoah Sanders Tauhid Upper Egypt And Lower Egypt, Japan and more. 3 tracks 34:32. Album 1967 3 Songs. Tauhid Pharoah Sanders. Anthology Recordings. Tauhid, from 1967, is his debut for the label, and it plays like a mission statement. At the helm of an all-star sextet that includes Henry Grimes on bass, Dave Burrell on piano, and Sonny Sharrock on guitar, Sanders leads the group through three pieces that transcend the traditional headsolohead structure where, following a quick introductory melody, each player gets a turn in the spotlight before the piece returns to the head . On Tauhid, the pieces are suites that play like seances, with movements billowing and unfolding of their own accord. Released 1967. Tauhid Tracklist. Tauhid Q&A. Writers Pharoah Sanders. Alto Saxophone Pharoah Sanders. Bass Henry Grimes. Drums Roger Blank. Pharoah sanders - upper egypt & lower egypt AS-9138. О видео. Pharoah Sanders - Tauhid 1967 full album 35:34. Pharaoh Sanders - Japan 3:28. Liste Aggiungi alla Lista. Out To Lunch da Fact62. Pharoah Sanders Tauhid Verve 1967. Conventional wisdom has it that saxophonist Pharoah Sanders' signature, late-1960s astral jazz recording is The Creator Has A Master Plan from Karma Impulse, 1969. But conventional wisdom is rarely to be trusted. Clocking in at an unhurried and mesmerising 32:45, Master Plan is certainly definitive Sanders of the time yet Upper Egypt And Lower Egypt, from Sanders' own-name Impulse debut, Tauhid, recorded in November, 1966, is arguably the finest statement in his astral oeuvre