An album that occupies a very special (and controversial) place in Coltrane opus: "Om", the recording more directly related with his "LSD period".
Althought many critics consider it as his worst album, it represent a moment of quest, inner search and proximity with Eastern spiritual thinking of Sri Ramakrishna, Paramahansa Yogananda and the book Bhagavad Gita.
Researchers and band members agree that Coltrane was on LSD during this recording, some of them saying it was a one time only experience, other stating he used it during the whole year of 1965.
The value of "Om" comes much more from the musical drama that is evolving before your ears than from this kind of biographical details.
Worth listening.