180 Gram Vinyl Record
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180-gram gatefold double LP
Remastered for vinyl
Limited time album download included
"One of the most important albums of Gnawa trance music released in the '90s." — The Attic
Zehra presents The Trance Of Seven Colors by master Gnawa musician Maleem Mahmoud Ghania and free jazz legend Pharoah Sanders, available on vinyl for the first time. Originally released in 1994 on Bill Laswell's Axiom imprint, and produced by Bill Laswell, The Trance Of Seven Colors is the meeting of two true musical masters.
With 30 cassette releases of music from the Gnawa repertoire, Mahmoud Ghania was one of Morocco's most prominent professional musicians. Sanders, the legendary free jazz musician, contributed the distinctive tenor saxophone sounds that gained him highest praise as a truly spiritual soul right from the days of playing with John Coltrane and his wife Alice and on seminal solo albums, like Karma (1969). The aptly titled The Trance Of Seven Colors ranks among the best Gnawa recordings ever released, making it onto The Vinyl Factory's list of "10 incredible percussive albums from around the world."
Twenty-five years after its original CD release, The Trance Of Seven Colors is finally available on vinyl. Remastered and vinyl cut by Rashad Becker at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin. 180-gram vinyl; comes in gatefold sleeve; includes download code.
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