|Studio album by John Coltrane and Alice Coltrane|
February 2, 1966, San Francisco|
January 29, 1968, New York
|Rolling Stone||(positive) |
|The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide|||
Cosmic Music is a jazz album by John Coltrane and Alice Coltrane. It was originally released after John Coltrane's death. On this release, John Coltrane only plays on "Manifestation" and "Reverend King". "Lord, Help Me to Be" and "The Sun" were later included as bonus tracks on the CD reissue of Alice Coltrane's album A Monastic Trio.
- "Lord, Help Me To Be"
- "Reverend King"
- "The Sun"
The main tracks have also been released as:
- "Manifestation" (11:44)
- "Reverend King (Written in the Honor of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.)" (10:45)
- "Peace on Earth" (9:03)
- "Leo" (10:08)
- John Coltrane — tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
- Pharoah Sanders — tenor saxophone, piccolo
- Alice Coltrane — piano
- Jimmy Garrison — bass
- Rashied Ali — drums
- Ray Appleton — percussion (1966 recordings)
- Ben Riley — percussion (1968 recordings)
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