This is an album where John Coltrane
was pushing the envelope that he had set with A Love Supreme
. Trane expands his quartet to add saxophonist Pharoah Sanders
and drummer Rashied Ali
1. The Father And The Son And The Holy Ghost
The most controversial track on this album is easily the first. Sanders is loud and it's easy to get turned off by just hearing the honking, screeching cacophonous noise. This album as a whole certainly takes a lot of listening to dig, but it's a good introduction to post-ALS Trane.