JOHN COLTRANE / “Kulu Se Mama”

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3 Responses to “JOHN COLTRANE / “Kulu Se Mama””

Kevin Says:
September 11th, 2008 at 7:22 pm

Thank you thank you thank you Kalamu for the history lesson and the musical transport, I am with Mtume in my preference for the second cut, which totally interrupted my backgammon roll, my food preparation, my thought process, everything but getting in the groove. Amazing.

sj Says:
July 19th, 2010 at 9:11 pm

Yeah, I bought both these records when I was a high school student in the early 70s. I still own the LPs but have digitized them so I can play them on the iPod. You are right about the bass intro to SBU and then the percussion coming in.

rasheed aljawar Says:
December 26th, 2014 at 9:28 pm

Peace Ikwan! For those who dont know,the title sumun bukmun umyun is from the noble quran,from the verse sumun bukmun umyun fahum la ya rajiun meaning “deaf dumb and blind,they will not return to the proper path” just thought id share that as a sunni muslim.i looove pharoah,have seen everone on that album and others by him. Just left cecil twice this year,beautiful phenominal bassist. Pharaoh like trane left spiritual MASTERPIECES such as the healing song,and let us go into the house of the lord.cecils bass arco solo is spiritual beauty itself on the latter as i told him,and he said phariah just sprung it on him in the studio.WOW WHAT BEAUTY! Peace Ikwan!

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