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Spiritual Eternal: The Complete Warner Bros Studio Recordings

Spiritual Eternal: The Complete Warner Bros Studio Recordings by Alice Coltrane
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Alice Coltrane

Label: Real Gone Music
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

CD1: Spiritual Eternal; Wisdom Eye; Los Caballos; Om Supreme; Morning Worship; Spring Rounds; Govinda Jai Jai; Ganesha; Prema Muditha; Hare Krishna. CD2: Om Namah Sivaya; Radhe-Shyam; Vindavana Sanchara; Transcendence; Sivaya; Ghana Nila; Bhaja Govindam; Sri Nsrimha.


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Collective Personnel: Alice Coltrane: Wurlitzer organ, harp, Fender Rhodes, tambourine, tympani, cymbals; tamboura, wind chimes; Paul Hubinon: trumpet; Oscar Brasher: trumpet; Marilyn Robinson: French horn; Alan Robinson: French horn; Vince Derosa: French horn; Art Maebe: French horn; Ernie Watts: English horn; Charlie Loper: trombone; George Bohanon; trombone; Tommy Johnson: tuba; Fred Jackson: flute; Hubert Laws: flute; Louise di Tullio: piccolo; Gene Cirpriano: oboe; John Ellis: oboe; Jerome Richardson: soprano saxophone, alto flute; Jackie Kelso: tenor saxophone, clarinet; Terry Harrington: tenor saxophone, clarinet; Julian Spear: bass clarinet; Don Christlieb: bassoon; Jack Marsh: bassoon; Jo Ann Caldwell: contrabassoon; Sita Coltrane: tamboura; Charlie Haden: bass; Ben Riley: drums, gong; Arjuna John Coltrane Jr.: drums; Armando Peraza: congas; string ensemble; string quartet; choir; additional percussionists.


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