Alice Coltrane

Eternity (ASH311)

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Eternity

Alice Coltrane

Antarctica Starts Here

857661008162

LPS 161972

ASH311

JAZZ

1

LP 24,78 €

Alice Coltrane mixed a whole load of influences into her music. She was inspired by the music of India, R&B, gospel and spiritual. On her 1976 album, Eternity, she throws classical into the mix with a spellbinding album closer Spring Rounds, is her version of Stravinsky’s The Rite Of Spring. LP on Antarctica Starts Here.

TRACKS, PERSONNEL & DATES:

  • SIDE A
  • A1. SPIRITUAL ETERNAL
  • Arranged, conductor – Alice Coltrane
  • Bass – Charlie Haden
  • Bassoon – Don Christlieb, Jack Marsh
  • Cello – Anne Goodman, Jackie Lustgarten, Ray Kelley
  • Drums – Ben Riley
  • Flute – Fred Jackson, Hubert Laws
  • French Horn – Alan Robinson, Marilyn Robinson
  • Organ – Alice Coltrane
  • Soprano Saxophone – Jerome Richardson
  • Tenor Saxophone – Jackie Kelso, Terry Harrington
  • Trombone – Charlie Loper, George Bohanon
  • Trumpet – Oscar Brashear, Paul Hubinon
  • Tuba – Tommy Johnson
  • Viola – Mike Nowack, Pamela Goldsmith, Rollice Dale
  • Violin – Gordon Marron, Murray Adler, Nathan Kaproff, Polly Sweeney, Sid Sharp, Bill Kurasch
  • Recorded August 15, 1975
  • A2. WISDOM EYE
  • Harp – Alice Coltrane
  • Recorded September 5, 1975V
  • A3. LOS CABALLOS
  • Bass – Charlie Haden
  • Congas – Armando Peraza
  • Drums – Ben Riley
  • Organ – Alice Coltrane
  • Timbales – A Friend
  • Recorded August 13, 1975
  • SIDE B
  • B1. OM SUPREME
  • Electric piano [Fender Rhodes] – Alice Coltrane
  • Vocals – Deborah Coomer, Edward Cansino, Jean Packer, Paul Vorwerk, Susan Judy, William Yeomans
  • Recorded October 15, 1975
  • B2. MORNING WORSHIP
  • Bass – Charlie Haden
  • Congas – Armando Peraza
  • Drums – Ben Riley
  • Organ, Tambura [Tambouras] – Alice Coltrane
  • Percussion [Small Percussion] – A Friend
  • Wind Chimes – Ed Michel
  • Recorded August 13, 1975
  • B3. SPRING ROUNDS FROM RITE OF SPRING
  • Alto Flute – Jerome Richardson
  • Bass – Charlie Haden
  • Bass Clarinet – Julian Spear
  • Bass, Drum, Gong – Ben Riley
  • Bassoon – Don Christlieb, Jack Marsh
  • Cello – Anne Goodman, Jackie Lustgarten, Ray Kelley
  • Clarinet – Jackie Kelso, Terry Harrington
  • Contrabassoon – Jo Ann Caldwell
  • English Horn – Ernie Watts
  • Flute – Fred Jackson, Hubert Laws
  • French Horn – Alan Robinson, Art Maebe, Marilyn Robinson, Vince DeRosa
  • Oboe – Gene Cipriano, John Ellis
  • Organ, Timpani, Cymbal [Cymbals] – Alice Coltrane
  • Piccolo Flute – Louise Di Tullio
  • Conductor – Alice Coltrane
  • Trombone – Charlie Loper, George Bohanon
  • Trumpet – Oscar Brashear, Paul Hubinon
  • Tuba – Tommy Johnson
  • Viola – Mike Nowack, Pamela Goldsmith, Rollice Dale
  • Violin – Gordon Marron, Murray Adler, Nathan Kaproff, Polly Sweeney, Sid Sharp, Bill Kurasch