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Illuminations

Carlos Santana & Alice Coltrane

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For his third duet album, Carlos Santana performed the works of John Coltrane, paired with Coltrane's widow, harpist/keyboardist Alice Coltrane, on this instrumental album. Side One includes several contemplative, string-filled numbers, while Side Two presents Santana's re-creation of John Coltrane's late free jazz style in "Angel of Sunlight." Columbia Records could not have been pleased at Santana's determined drift into esoteric jazz: Illuminations was the first of the nine Santana-related albums so far released in the U.S. not to go gold.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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1
Guru Sri Chinmoy Aphorism (Album Version)
Devadip Carlos Santana
00:01:12

Coster, Composer - Coster, Lyricist - D.C. Santana, Composer - Devadip Carlos Santana, Performer - Santana, Composer - Santana, Lyricist - T. Coster, Composer - TURIYA ALICE COLTRANE, Performer

(P) 1974 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Angel of Air / Angel of Water (Album Version)
TURIYA ALICE COLTRANE
00:09:55

D.C. Santana, Composer - D.C. Santana, Lyricist - Devadip Carlos Santana, Performer - T. Coster, Composer - T. Coster, Lyricist - TURIYA ALICE COLTRANE, Performer

(P) 1974 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Bliss: The Eternal Now (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:05:35

Alice Coltrane, Composer - Alice Coltrane, Lyricist - Devadip Carlos Santana, Performer - Devadip Carlos Santana and Turiya Alice Coltrane, Performer - T.A. Coltrane, Composer - T.A. Coltrane, Lyricist - TURIYA ALICE COLTRANE, Performer

(P) 1974 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Angel of Sunlight (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:14:39

Carlos Santana, Composer - Carlos Santana, Lyricist - D.C. Santana, Composer - D.C. Santana, Lyricist - Devadip Carlos Santana, Performer - Devadip Carlos Santana and Turiya Alice Coltrane, Performer - TURIYA ALICE COLTRANE, Performer - Tom Coster, Composer - Tom Coster, Lyricist

(P) 1974 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Illuminations
Devadip Carlos Santana
00:04:23

Carlos Santana, Composer - Carlos Santana, Lyricist - Devadip Carlos Santana, Performer - TURIYA ALICE COLTRANE, Performer - Tom Coster, Composer - Tom Coster, Lyricist

1974 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

For his third duet album, Carlos Santana performed the works of John Coltrane, paired with Coltrane's widow, harpist/keyboardist Alice Coltrane, on this instrumental album. Side One includes several contemplative, string-filled numbers, while Side Two presents Santana's re-creation of John Coltrane's late free jazz style in "Angel of Sunlight." Columbia Records could not have been pleased at Santana's determined drift into esoteric jazz: Illuminations was the first of the nine Santana-related albums so far released in the U.S. not to go gold.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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