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Andrew Goulet

Post  Posted 25 Sep 2022 1:22 pm    
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I've loved most everything I've heard, but this is transcendent:
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Mike Neer

Post  Posted 26 Sep 2022 3:40 am    
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It is beautiful, as is much of Pharoah's music. The spiritual nature of John Coltrane's music from A Love Supreme on was so influential and profound that it still resonates and transcends, and Pharoah Sanders was a perfect vessel to continue and expand it. It is very moving music.
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K Maul

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Post  Posted 26 Sep 2022 5:25 am    
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One of my favorite musicians. Even though I don’t play a lick of his music I loved listening to it. I think I saw him walk into a piano bar in Manhattan once about 30 years ago. I really didn’t have the nerve to go up and try to talk to him. I met Art Blakey that same night in the same place and I did talk to him because he was standing right next to me.
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