December 9, 1964: John Coltrane records "A Love Supreme" on Impulse! Records.Added: 2008-02-27
A Love Supreme is a jazz album recorded by John Coltrane's quartet on December 9, 1964 at the Van Gelder studio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. The album is a four-part suite, broken up into tracks: Acknowledgement (which contains the famous mantra that gave the suite its name), Resolution, Pursuance, and Psalm. It is intended to be a spiritual album, broadly representative of a personal struggle for purity. The final track corresponds to the wording of a devotional poem Coltrane included in the liner notes. More facts on this day:
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John Coltrane records "A Love Supreme" on Impulse! Records.
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