Album Review: "A Love Supreme Electric" by Golia/Hanrahan/Kaiser/Peet/Watt (9/10)

Cuneiform Records / AEC

Producer: Henry Kaiser

Crafted as a hypothetical delivery of how Coltrane’s work might have evolved had he survived his untimely death in 1967, this crew lay their crisp electric interludes over a more traditional sound, for a result that feels modern and ethereal, with interspersed nods to Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis. Combining the music of Coltrane’s timeless A Love Supreme and Meditations into a double CD release, the group delivers a futuristic interpretation alongside the familiarity of yesteryear, blending traditional jazz with psychedelic rock, creating an unexpectedly fresh merging of sound.