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Album Review

Priceless Jazz Collection is a midline series GRP assembled with the intention of providing affordable introductions to several of the most popular artists on their label. Pharoah Sanders isn't necessarily well served by this approach, since his music works better in the context of the original sessions, but the collection nevertheless is an effective eight-track sampler, featuring such seminal recordings as "Astral Traveling," "Naima," "Bluesin' for John C.," "Japan," "Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt," "Thembi," and "The Creator Has a Master Plan." Collectors will already have all this material, but curious listeners will find that this is an affordable introduction to Sanders.

Customer Reviews

Priceless Jazz Collection: Pharoah Sanders

If you like jazz, this one is for you! Tracks one, two, five, and last but not least eight are all five stars. This is an oldie, but most definitely a goodie!!! Music that makes the soul and spirit feel uplifted. Enjoy!!!

Magical

Not of this world.

Pharoah

Saw him in London --still playing strong. Amazing

Biography

Born: October 13, 1940 in Little Rock, AR

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Pharoah Sanders possesses one of the most distinctive tenor saxophone sounds in jazz. Harmonically rich and heavy with overtones, Sanders' sound can be as raw and abrasive as it is possible for a saxophonist to produce. Yet, Sanders is highly regarded to the point of reverence by a great many jazz fans. Although he made his name with expressionistic, nearly anarchic free jazz in John Coltrane's late ensembles of the mid-'60s, Sanders' later music is guided by more graceful concerns. In the free-time,...
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