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Alice Coltrane-Turiyasangitananda - Divine Songs Album
Electronic / Jazz / World, Folk
Performer: Alice Coltrane-Turiyasangitananda
Title: Divine Songs
Style: New Age, Modal
Year 1990
Country US
Label Avatar Book Institute
Catalog Number ABI-106
Genre: Electronic / Jazz / World, Folk
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 818
MP3 size: 1821 mb
FLAC size: 2287 mb
WMA size: 1559 mb
Record From: CD

Alice Coltrane-Turiyasangitananda - Divine Songs Album


1Om Shanti6:51
2Er Ra4:50
3Rama Rama7:34
4Keshava Murahara9:43
5Chandra Shekara5:09
6Hari Narayana4:38
7Madhura Manohara Giridhari6:45
8Rama Guru5:46
9Deva Deva7:28


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AB-101Alice Coltrane≈Turiyasangitananda Divine Songs ‎(Cass, Album)Avatar Book InstituteAB-101US1987
noneAlice Coltrane-Turiyasangitananda Divine Songs ‎(LP, Unofficial)Tummy Tapes noneUK & Europe2013


  • Accompanied By [Vocal Accompaniment], PercussionStudents Of The Vedantic Center
  • Vocals, Organ, SynthesizerAlice Coltrane-Turiyasangitananda


  • Matrix / Runout: #14390


Divine Songs is an album by Swamini Turiyasangitananda, formerly known as Alice Coltrane. It is an album composed of devotional songs from the Hindu religion. The songs are accompanied by Turiya's signature playing on the Wurlitzer organ. She plays the songs on the organ, beginning with the traditional Indian mode but then improvises and stretches it until it turns back on itself musically. Her use of breaks, syncopation and harmonic invention re-image the songs into something original and nearly. Divine Songs is a music album by Alice Coltrane-Turiyasangitananda released in 1987. Divine Songs is ranked 29,564th in the overall chart, 3,927th in the 1980s, and 393rd in the year 1987. Divine Songs by Alice Coltrane-Turiyasangitananda Year: 1987 Overall rank: 29,564th. Accolades: Top albums of 1987 393rd. Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda in liner notes to Divine Songs, 1987 Using ones voice to chant or sing was a gesture Alice did not regard lightly. When asked about John Coltranes chanting the mantra A Love Supreme on his signature album, she replied: I felt he was using the instrument God gave him. There were background vocal sessions for the Divine Songs , sessions for chants with a lot of people from the ashram so they needed larger rooms. I remember Swamini recorded at Red Wing studio in Tarzana and also Rumbo Recorders over there in Canoga Park, which makes sense because every place was about a half hour or less driving from the ashram. This music is compiled from four privately pressed cassettes Turiya Sings Divine Songs Infinite Chants , and Glorious Chants that Coltrane distributed to members of the Sai Antaram Ashram which she founded between 1982 and 1995. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Alice Coltrane - Divine Songs Full AlbumYouTube. Joao Gilberto & Stan Getz - Full Album 1963. Coltrane self-released the songs on cassette, producing only a few hundred copies of each for ashram members: 1982s Turiya Sings, 1987s Divine Songs, 1990s Infinite Chants, and 1995s Glorious Chants. Turiya Sings-the finest among them, with appealingly distant strings, as if Coltrane were mystically levitating above her lo-fi arrangements-marked the first time she sang on tape because, she said, God had asked her to. Divine songs. Released - 1987 Recorded - 1987 Label - Avatar Book Institute Producer - Alice Coltrane. Composer, Organ, Vocals, Synthesizer - Alice Coltrane Backing Vocals, Percussion - Students Of The Vedantic Center. Track Listing. 1 Rama Rama 2 Keshava Murahara 3 Er Ra 4 Madhura Manohara Giridhari 5 Deva Deva 6 Chandra Shekara 7 Om Shanti 8 Rama Guru 9 Hari Narayan . Alice ColtraneTuriyasangitananda Divine Songs. Label: Avatar Book Institute AB-101. Format: Cassette , Album. Land: US. Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda. For general inquiries or licensing requests, please contact: michael. These songs were released on her last studio album on Impulse Records, Translinear Light, in September later that same year. 30 March . 20 of the Best Songs to Chill Out To by Vogue featuring Alice Coltrane's, Om Shanti. Alice Coltrane's track, Something About John Coltrane, is featured in the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's performance, Cry. Her use of breaks, syncopation and harmonic invention re-image the songs into something original and nearly unclassifiable


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