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Pharoah Sanders - Moon Child Clear Vinyl Edition
Pharoah Sanders
Moon Child Clear Vinyl Edition
LP | 1990 | Reissue (Tidal Waves Music)
30,99 €*
Release:1990 / Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
* Rare French Recordings from 1989 (with an all-star line-up)

* First vinyl reissue since 1990

* Deluxe 180g vinyl edition (available on both black and clear vinyl)

* Exclusive CLEAR Vinyl Edition Limited to 100 copies

* Black Vinyl Edition Limited to 500 copies, comes with obi strip
‘Farrell’ Sanders (born 1940) is a leading figure in the world of jazz and one of the last living legends with connections to players like Sun Ra and John Coltrane. His tenor saxophone playing has earned him royal status amongst free jazz players, critics and collectors.



Originally Sanders was interested in urban blues music, but his high school teacher exposed him to jazz and this took Farrell in an entirely new direction. Once completing high school Sanders quickly packed his belongings and headed to Oakland, where he got a chance to work with musicians of high caliber such as saxophone players Sonny Simmons and Dewey Redman (who were both later to be major forces in new jazz and free jazz). Soon the young Pharoah would meet John Coltrane and would feel being attracted to the life as a professional musician. By the early sixties Sanders moved to New York where the major jazz scene was happening. Here he’d spent most his time honing his skills at rehearsals with Sun Ra….sadly he was not making much money with the Arkestra and soon found himself living on the streets, trying to stay up all night playing and then scrounging for money during the day, often selling blood to eat.



Sanders recorded his debut album for ESP soon after, but it wasn't until he started playing with his old friend John Coltrane that he would fully unleash the fury of his saxophone on the world of free jazz. The records Pharoah Sanders played on for Coltrane laid the foundation of what was to come for both the world of free jazz and for Sanders as a musician. After Coltrane's tragic death Sanders would record further with Alice Coltrane, John's widow, on the album Karma (1969 - Impulse!), which is universally accepted as Sanders' masterpiece. Along with musicians Alice Coltrane and singer Leon Thomas, Sanders helped to create the genre of spiritual jazz.



By this point in his career & on the album we are presenting you today (Moon Child, recorded in 1989), Sanders had largely withdrawn from the kind of screeching avant-gardism on which he at first staked his reputation. Here Sanders plays with an all-star line-up consisting of Stafford James (Sun Ra) on bass, William Henderson (Roy Ayers) on piano, & Eddie Moore (Sonny Rollins) on drums. Moon Child, with its attractively spacy vocals, is reminiscent of the days of 'The Creator Has a Master Plan,' and this mood is kept throughout the album and in the choice of cosmic tunes represented on it.



On this album the legendary saxophonist clearly reinvented himself as a more traditional improviser, capable of thoughtful and pensive deliberations. Catchy mystical New Age vocals, astrological references… Pharoah may remain an acquired taste, but few jazzmen can equal his unique formula of mastering the ‘groove’.



Tidal Waves Music now proudly presents: the official reissue of this fantastic album containing these rare 1989 French sessions, back available on vinyl for the first time since 1990. This edition comes packaged as a deluxe 180g LP and is limited to 500 copies worldwide (with obi strip).
Pharoah Sanders - Moon Child
Pharoah Sanders
Moon Child
LP | 1990 | Reissue (Tidal Waves Music)
29,99 €*
Release:1990 / Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
* Rare French Recordings from 1989 (with an all-star line-up)

* First vinyl reissue since 1990

* Deluxe 180g vinyl edition (available on both black and clear vinyl)

* Exclusive LITA CLEAR Vinyl Edition Limited to 100 copies

* Black Vinyl Edition Limited to 500 copies, comes with obi strip

Pharoah ‘Farrell’ Sanders (born 1940) is a leading figure in the world of jazz and one of the last living legends with connections to players like Sun Ra and John Coltrane. His tenor saxophone playing has earned him royal status amongst free jazz players, critics and collectors.



Originally Sanders was interested in urban blues music, but his high school teacher exposed him to jazz and this took Farrell in an entirely new direction. Once completing high school Sanders quickly packed his belongings and headed to Oakland, where he got a chance to work with musicians of high caliber such as saxophone players Sonny Simmons and Dewey Redman (who were both later to be major forces in new jazz and free jazz). Soon the young Pharoah would meet John Coltrane and would feel being attracted to the life as a professional musician. By the early sixties Sanders moved to New York where the major jazz scene was happening. Here he’d spent most his time honing his skills at rehearsals with Sun Ra….sadly he was not making much money with the Arkestra and soon found himself living on the streets, trying to stay up all night playing and then scrounging for money during the day, often selling blood to eat.



Sanders recorded his debut album for ESP soon after, but it wasn't until he started playing with his old friend John Coltrane that he would fully unleash the fury of his saxophone on the world of free jazz. The records Pharoah Sanders played on for Coltrane laid the foundation of what was to come for both the world of free jazz and for Sanders as a musician. After Coltrane's tragic death Sanders would record further with Alice Coltrane, John's widow, on the album Karma (1969 - Impulse!), which is universally accepted as Sanders' masterpiece. Along with musicians Alice Coltrane and singer Leon Thomas, Sanders helped to create the genre of spiritual jazz.



By this point in his career & on the album we are presenting you today (Moon Child, recorded in 1989), Sanders had largely withdrawn from the kind of screeching avant-gardism on which he at first staked his reputation. Here Sanders plays with an all-star line-up consisting of Stafford James (Sun Ra) on bass, William Henderson (Roy Ayers) on piano, & Eddie Moore (Sonny Rollins) on drums. Moon Child, with its attractively spacy vocals, is reminiscent of the days of 'The Creator Has a Master Plan,' and this mood is kept throughout the album and in the choice of cosmic tunes represented on it.



On this album the legendary saxophonist clearly reinvented himself as a more traditional improviser, capable of thoughtful and pensive deliberations. Catchy mystical New Age vocals, astrological references… Pharoah may remain an acquired taste, but few jazzmen can equal his unique formula of mastering the ‘groove’.



Tidal Waves Music now proudly presents: the official reissue of this fantastic album containing these rare 1989 French sessions, back available on vinyl for the first time since 1990. This edition comes packaged as a deluxe 180g LP and is limited to 500 copies worldwide (with obi strip).
Pharoah Sanders - Izipho Zam (My Gifts)
Pharoah Sanders
Izipho Zam (My Gifts)
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Everland Jazz)
20,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
This 1973 free jazz album by Pharoah Sanders returns to vinyl.
Pharoah Sanders - Thembi
Pharoah Sanders
Thembi
LP | 1971 | US | Reissue (Impulse)
29,99 €*
Release:1971 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
The ever-exciting musical explorer Pharoah Sander with keyboardist Lonnie Liston Smith, violinist Michael White, bassist Cecil McBee, drummer Roy Haynes, and percussionists Chief Bey, Majid Shabbaz, and Nat Bettis. This was Smith's first experience, ever, with a Fender Rhodes electric piano. Sanders explores the capabilities of tenor and soprano saxophones, alto flute, koto, brass bells, balaphone, maracas, cow horn, fifes. Includes "Astral Traveling," "Red, Black and Green," "Thembi," "Morning Prayer" and more. A Pharoah Sanders album like no other, now back on vinyl! Impulse!
Pharoah Sanders - Izipho Zam
Pharoah Sanders
Izipho Zam
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Strata East)
25,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
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RELEASED TWO YEARS AFTER THE DEATH OF MENTOR, JOHN COLTRANE. MUSICALLY, THE ALBUM HEADS TOWARDS THE VERY EDGES OF EASTERN MUSIC AND OFT STRAYS OUTSIDE THE LINES OF WHAT COULD BE CALLED JAZZ BUT IS A WONDERFUL RECORDING, FULL OF DEPTH OF VISION AND HEARTFELT SOUL.
Pharoah Sanders - Live At Antibes Jazz Festival In Juan-Les-Pins 1968
Pharoah Sanders
Live At Antibes Jazz Festival In Juan-Les-Pins 1968
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Alternative Fox)
19,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Pharoah Sanders: Live at the Antibes Jazz Festival in Juan-les-Pins July 21, 1968 Experimental jazz titan Pharoah Sanders made a lasting impact with his unorthodox approach to tenor saxophone. Born Farrell Sanders in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1940, he was given the nickname Pharoah by grandmother, in reference to the potential regal lineage of his African heritage. Playing clarinet at church services during his youth, he began playing tenor sax at high school. In 1959 he moved to Oakland, California, where he played with rhythm and blues bands and befriended John Coltrane. Moving to New York in 1961, he drifted into Sun Ra’s Arkestra after experiencing a difficult period of homelessness. His status began to rise upon joining Coltrane’s band in 1965, where his discordant solos formed a strong contrast to Trane’s more melodious sound, though each player had a strong impact on the other’s subsequent work. Following Coltrane’s untimely death in 1967, Sanders formed a quartet of his own with former Jazz Messengers pianist Lonnie Liston Smith, bassist Norman ‘Sirone’ Jones of the Untraditional Jazz Improvisational Team, and drummer Majeed Shabazz. For this blistering performance, given at the Antibes Jazz Festival of 1968 and broadcast on French radio station WDR3, the quartet moves through various Sanders free-jazz workouts, taking in “Venus” from the Tauhid album and “The Creator Has A Master Plan” from Karma along the way, with the rhythm section holding down the fort as Sanders blows himself into the stratosphere.
Pharoah Sanders - Journey To The One
Pharoah Sanders - Jewels Of Thought
Pharoah Sanders - Live
Pharoah Sanders - Oh Lord, Let Me Do No Wrong
Pharoah Sanders - Rejoice
Pharoah Sanders - You've Got To Have Freedom / Got To Give It Up
Pharoah Sanders - Live
Pharoah Sanders
Live
LP | 1982 | US | Reissue (8th)
23,99 €*
Release:1982 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
An integral figure to the development of free jazz, Farrell Sanders (Best known by his stage name "Pharoah Sanders") has been referred to by Ornette Coleman as "probably the best tenor saxophone in the world", and has frequently been mentioned in the same breath as untouchable legends like John Coltrane or Sun Ra. As a member of Coltrane's final quintet, as well as a bandleader, Sanders' distinct performance style, involving overblowing, multiphonic and harmonic textures, as well as abrasive dissonance helped set an encompassing blueprint for the experimental free jazz sounds of the late 60s and much of the 1970s. Sanders' wild and unhinged playing style takes center stage on his 1982 record Live..., one of his most raucous and accomplished live records released. Sanders is joined by a powerhouse trio of backing musicians, including John Hicks on piano, Walter Booker on bass, and the great Idris Muhammad on drums. By this point in his career, Sanders had gradually begun to move away from free jazz in favor of progressive and modal sounds, but the sounds of his early experimentations are still present and powerful as ever, across four tracks clocking in at a little over an hour in length.
Pharoah Sanders - Tauhid
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