“Turiya and Ramakrishna” appears on the album Ptah, the El Daoud. Wikipedia notes:
The title track is named for an Egyptian god, Ptah, “the El Daoud” meaning “the beloved”. “Turiya”, according to the liner notes, “was defined by Coltrane as “a state of consciousness — the high state of Nirvana, the goal of human life”, while “Ramakrishna” was a 19th-century Bengali religious figure and also denotes a movement founded by his disciples.
Alice Coltrane — harp, piano
Joe Henderson — alto flute, tenor saxophone
Pharoah Sanders — alto flute, tenor saxophone, bells
Ron Carter — bass
Ben Riley — drums
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