Triple vinyl LP pressing. In our latest chapter of Spiritual Jazz, we return to the source - the Impulse! Label, and the monumental influence of it's most prominent artist, John Coltrane. Since the first release in the series back in 2008, we have mapped out the growth of the spiritual sound in jazz. Spiritually energised and politically conscious, the spiritual sound in jazz music is one of the most important currents in the music. Our series has charted the growth of the style from early experiments at Blue Note and Prestige to European excursions, exiled experimentalists, and sounds from across the globe. But whenever you think of spiritual jazz, it's a fair bet that the double exclamation mark and orange and black spine of Impulse quickly comes to mind.
Triple vinyl LP pressing. In our latest chapter of Spiritual Jazz, we return to the source - the Impulse! Label, and the monumental influence of it's most prominent artist, John Coltrane. Since the first release in the series back in 2008, we have mapped out the growth of the spiritual sound in jazz. Spiritually energised and politically conscious, the spiritual sound in jazz music is one of the most important currents in the music. Our series has charted the growth of the style from early experiments at Blue Note and Prestige to European excursions, exiled experimentalists, and sounds from across the globe. But whenever you think of spiritual jazz, it's a fair bet that the double exclamation mark and orange and black spine of Impulse quickly comes to mind.
5036468001223

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Format: Vinyl
Label: JAZZMAN
Rel. Date: 10/23/2020
UPC: 5036468001223

Spiritual Jazz Xii: Impulse / Various (3pk)
Artist: Spiritual Jazz Xii Impulse / Various 3pk
Format: Vinyl
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Triple vinyl LP pressing. In our latest chapter of Spiritual Jazz, we return to the source - the Impulse! Label, and the monumental influence of it's most prominent artist, John Coltrane. Since the first release in the series back in 2008, we have mapped out the growth of the spiritual sound in jazz. Spiritually energised and politically conscious, the spiritual sound in jazz music is one of the most important currents in the music. Our series has charted the growth of the style from early experiments at Blue Note and Prestige to European excursions, exiled experimentalists, and sounds from across the globe. But whenever you think of spiritual jazz, it's a fair bet that the double exclamation mark and orange and black spine of Impulse quickly comes to mind.