Ptah, The El Daoud
Ptah, the El Daoud was the third solo album by Alice Coltrane. This was Coltrane's first album with horns aside from one track on A Monastic Trio , on which Pharoah Sanders had played bass clarinet. Sanders is recorded on the right channel and Joe Henderson on the left channel throughout. All the compositions were written by Coltrane. The title track is named for the Egyptian god Ptah, "the El Daoud" meaning "the beloved".
I hope I can forgive it someday, but even still my anger is red hot. While I miss talking to him, I also would prefer the nonverbal stuff sometimes too. If we do, I will be back to share my experiences. She still has another year of residency but I am hoping she chooses a specialty that is not as demanding on her time. You are too young to deal with this. We strive to improve each other. Have any of you wives found the same thing. If we truly love someone, we have to make sacrifices.