Ptah, The El Daoud

Ptah, The El Daoud

Ptah, the El Daoud, recorded and released in 1970, is the third solo album by Alice Coltrane. The album was recorded in the basement of her house in Dix Hills on Long Island, New York. This was Coltrane's first album with horns. Sanders is recorded on the right channel and Joe Henderson on the left channel throughout.

Artist: Alice Coltrane

Genre: Spiritual Jazz

Label: Verve

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Recorded In The Basement Studio Of The Coltrane Family Home In Dix Hills In 1970, Alice Coltrane’s Fourth Album Is A Transcendent Masterpiece Of Spiritual Jazz. The Title Track Is An Ode To The Egyptian God, Ptah (The El Daoud Meaning “The Beloved”). Many Moments On The Album Reach What Coltrane Herself Defined The Term Turiya As: “A State Of Consciousness — The High State Of Nirvana, The Goal Of Human Life.”

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Alice Coltrane, also known by her adopted Sanskrit name Turiyasangitananda, was an American jazz musician, composer and swamini

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