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Ornette Coleman - Love Call
Ornette Coleman - An Evening With ornette Coleman Part 1 Clear Pink Vinyl Edition
Ornette Coleman - The Shape Of Jazz To Come
Ornette Coleman - Free Jazz
Ornette Coleman
Free Jazz
LP | 1961 | EU | Reissue (Dom-Ermitage)
13,99 €*
Release:1961 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Free Jazz Ornette Coleman is the album that marked the birth and total improvisation that drove jazz into difficult, but fascinating terrain, the avant-garde. An album not without many pleasant surprises.
Ornette Coleman - Change Of The Century
Ornette Coleman
Change Of The Century
LP | 1960 | EU | Reissue (Doxy)
13,99 €*
Release:1960 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
The second album by Ornette Coleman’s legendary quartet featuring Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, and Billy Higgins, Change of the Century is every bit the equal of the monumental The Shape of Jazz to Come, showcasing a group that was growing ever more confident in its revolutionary approach and the chemistry in the bandmembers’ interplay. When Coleman concentrates on melody, his main themes are catchier, and when the pieces emphasize group interaction, the improvisation is freer. Two of Coleman’s most memorable classic compositions are here in their original forms -- “Ramblin’” has all the swing and swagger of the blues, and “Una Muy Bonita” is oddly disjointed, its theme stopping and starting in totally unexpected places; both secure their themes to stable, pedal-point bass figures (...)Numbered first press of 500 copies on clear audiophile vinyl.
Ornette Coleman - Something Else!!! The Music Of Ornette Coleman
Ornette Coleman
Something Else!!! The Music Of Ornette Coleman
LP | 1958 | EU | Reissue (Dom-Ermitage)
13,99 €*
Release:1958 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
The debut album by Ornette Coleman (first published in 1958) shocked the environment of jazz, revolutionizing that close union between blues and jazz that was the very premise of Afro-American music. In fact it is a unique example: after, Coleman would not have a pianist with him and he would soon branch out into the inaccessible and unexplored territories of the free.
Ornette Coleman - Tomorrow Is The Question  Back To Black Edition
Ornette Coleman - Science Fiction
Ornette Coleman
Science Fiction
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Org Music)
39,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
The story of Ornette Coleman's travails from self-taught Fort Worth, Texas R&B honker and bebopper to point man of the international avant garde is verifiable American folklore, a rags to riches tale that nods to Voltaire's "Candide", with its triumph of determined innocence. Suffering years as a musical outcast on tour of the south with tent shows, and in obscurity in Los Angeles, Coleman was 'discovered' by California record producer Lester Koenig in 1956, and after two albums arrived at New York City's Five Spot for a highly visible extended booking for his riotous quartet.Musical celebrities vied to deflate or endorse Coleman and company (Miles Davis was a naysayer, but supporters included Leonard Bernstein, John Lewis and Gunther Schuller). Coleman emerged from the Five Spot with an Atlantic Records contract, which resulted in a burst of recordings through 1961; then he freelanced for the ESP, Blue Note, Impulse! and Flying Dutchman labels before signing an intended three-record deal with Columbia Records in 1971.1972's "Science Fiction" served as Coleman's first release for Columbia and a rebirth of sorts which finds the multi-instrumentalist in a variety of excellent configurations. Throughout, he unleashes his impassioned, vocally-inflected, blues-drenched alto sax, violin and trumpet in vivid colloquy with longtime members of his improvisational circle: the trumpeters Don Cherry and Bobby Bradford, tenor saxophonist Dewey Redman, bassist Charlie Haden, drummers Billy Higgins and Ed Blackwell. These are the all-stars of the free jazz revolution Coleman had sparked in the 1950s, captured in top form."Science Fiction" also includes Coleman's genre-confounding mix for poet David Henderson (the title track, with a baby's cry), a rare performance by Charlie Haden on electric wah-wah bass ("Rock The Clock"), and two unforgettable ballads sung by Indian-born coloratura Asha Puthli ("What Reason Could I Give" and "All My Life") with unusual examples of Ornette performing obligatto. It was during his time at Columbia, that Coleman proposed a brave new music of everyday melody, symphonic ambition and jazz iconoclasm.This essential edition of Ornette Coleman's "Science Fiction" was mastered from the original analog tapes by Bernie Grundman Mastering Studios, and pressed on 180 gram audiophile-grade vinyl at Pallas Group in Germany. Each copy of this limited edition release will be individually numbered with a gold foil-stamp.
Ornette Coleman - New York Is Now
Ornette Coleman
New York Is Now
LP | 1968 | US | Reissue (Blue Note)
20,99 €*
Release:1968 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Recorded in 1968 with the help of Jimmy Garrison, Elvin Jones, Dewey Redman. Available now for Blue Notes 75th anniversary!
Ornette Coleman - Chappaqua Suite
Ornette Coleman
Chappaqua Suite
2LP | 1965 | EU | Reissue (Music On Vinyl)
29,99 €*
Release:1965 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Conrad Rook had asked Ornette Coleman to compose the music for his film Chappaqua. In june '65 David Izenzohn, Charles Moffet, tenor saxophonist Pharoah Sanders and several other musicians started recording the album. Conrad Rook eventually decided to go for a different score for his film, as he found it was so beautiful that he feared it would overpower the imagery and action of the film.
Ornette Coleman - Live At The Town Hall, NYC, December 21st, 1962
Ornette Coleman - To Whom Who Keeps A Record
Ornette Coleman
To Whom Who Keeps A Record
LP | 1975 | US | Reissue (Superior Viaduct)
25,99 €*
Release:1975 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
In the late 1950s, Ornette Coleman set the jazz world on fire. From his own unique playing style to his fundamental deconstruction of harmony and complete rethinking of group performance, Coleman at once confounded critics and inspired a new generation. This revolutionary music eventually became known as free jazz, but Coleman’s influence extended well beyond – into avant-garde rock and art circles – and today his name is synonymous with artistic freedom. Originally released in Japan only, To Whom Who Keeps A Record collects outtakes from Coleman’s legendary Atlantic period, sessions from Change of the Century and This Is Our Music that are as emotionally transfixing as intellectually rigorous. Featuring the classic quartets with Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, Billy Higgins and Ed Blackwell, this collection is striking for its brilliant compositions and scorching solos. The song titles themselves lay out Coleman’s central philosophy: “Music always brings goodness to us all. Unless one has some other motive for its use.” This first-time vinyl reissue includes liner notes by Byron Coley.
Ornette Coleman - Tomorrow Is The Question!
Ornette Coleman - The Shape Of Jazz  To Come
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