Coltrane, Alice

Coltrane, Alice
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Alice McLeod; Turiya Sagittinanda 
      American jazz keyboard artist

born Aug. 27, 1937 , Detroit, Mich.

died Jan. 12, 2007, Los Angeles, Calif.
played bop piano with Detroit musicians and with Terry Gibbs (1962–63), and impressionist piano with John Coltrane's combos (1965–67). She married Coltrane in 1965, and after his death in 1967 she led her own groups. She was featured on organ on her noted recording Universal Consciousness (1972), and she also played harp. In 1975 she founded the Vedantic Center, an ashram near Santa Monica for the study of Hindu and Buddhist writings. Her final recording, Translinear Light (2004), included playing by her sons, saxophonists Ravi and Oran Coltrane.

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