Francesco Bonifazi
My Love Supreme
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A love supreme
Can only mean
A love so free
Takes over me

A Love supreme comes over me
Short Song Description:
I'm trying to do a more consumable version of A Love Supreme by John Coltrane. I think I've achieved it by combining Jazz, Rock and some Funk in a easy to listen to style.
Long Song Description:
You must live a considerable life before attempting to do your own version of this song.
I wanted to put MY stamp on it...hence, it's titled MY Love Supreme.
I hope many will enjoy it and think about love in a new way - no ownership, pure freely given love.
I got this idea from watching the interaction between my grandson and his new kitten. I'm teaching my grandson to let the kitten love him in a freely, non-demanding manner.
IF there is a creator, it's love can not be like our self-centered must be freely given and nothing expected in return - no demand of obedience and worship.
Most religions can't handle this level of love as it give people the power of self-determination.
Story Behind the Song:
John Coltrane's original track made a big impact on me. Then, when McLaughlin and Santana did their variation in '73, I was hooked on this piece.
I've wanted to do my own variation for some time, but, I needed a collaborator who was just right. That's Mark Sloniker on keys, and we've made music together for many years and are on the same wavelength now.
Lyric Credits: Francesco Bonifazi
Music Credits: Francesco Bonifazi
Producer Credits: Francesco Bonifazi
Publisher Credits: Francesco Bonifazi
Performance Credits: Francesco Bonifazi & Mark Sloniker
Label Credits: Whistling Troubadour Music
Song Length: 2:45
Primary Genre: Jazz-Fusion
Secondary Genre: Jazz-Modern
Tempo / Feel: Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Spirituality
Subject Matter 2: Prayer
Mood 1: Enchanting
Mood 2: Serene
Language: English
Era: 1970 - 1979