FEATURED NEW ARRIVAL: THE CREATOR HAS A MASTER PLAN

The Creator Has A Master Plan

If Trane is the Father then Pharoah Sanders is the Son. ‘The Creator Has A Master Plan’ is a Skoolwerk Apparel tee inspired by tenor saxophonist Pharoah Sanders who emerged from John Coltrane’s groups in the mid 60s. Sanders is an important figure in the development of spiritual and free jazz. Sanders is best known for ‘The Creator Has A Master Plan,’ a spiritual jazz epic with a very much needed message of peace and happiness. The 32-minute epic features vocalist Leon Thomas and pianist Lonnie Liston Smith and was released on the Impulse records label in 1969. Our Pharoah Sanders inspired tee is designed using the Impulse records signature colors.

The creator has a master plan,
peace and happiness for every man.
The creator has a working plan,
peace and happiness for every man.
The creator makes but one demand,
happiness through all the land.
– Pharoah Sanders

Available In:
Short Sleeve TShirt:
Black w/ White and Orange Print
White w/ Black and Orange Print
100% Fine Jersey Cotton 4.3 oz – Double Stitched

3/4 Sleeve Baseball Raglan:
Black Front w/ White and Orange Print
White Front w/ Black and Orange Print
Poly-Cotton (50% Polyester / 50% Combed-Cotton) construction
Raglan 3/4 Sleeve Tshirt 3.7 oz – Durable rib neckband
*Some colors may not be
available in all sizes.

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Black Jazz Records: A Totally New Jazz Experience

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Black Jazz Records was introduced to the public in the early 70’s by Mr. Dick Schory & Gene Russell. As A&R Mr. Russell recognized the need for a jazz music record label which would produce and distribute quality recordings targeted toward the growing market of African Spiritual Jazz.

In it’s heyday, Black Jazz Records represented a new and fresh alternative to traditional jazz, embodying the spirit of the black/urban awakening of the civil rights period. During it’s six year existence, the record label made a major impact on the jazz world, both domestically and in foreign territories.  In 1976, after the untimely death of it’s founder and after the demise of it’s distributor, Black Jazz Records ceased operations. However, it left behind a proven catalog of inspirational jazz music which had never been made publicly available on the digital technology of the compact disc.  Click Here to read more of the Black Jazz story. Click the album covers above to experience a Totally New Jazz Experience.