Title: "In Concert"
Style: Free Jazz
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Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation is the sixth album by jazz saxophonist and composer Ornette Coleman, released on Atlantic Records in 1961, his fourth for the label. Its title established the name of the then-nascent free jazz movement. The recording session took place on December 21, 1960, at A&R Studios in New York City. The sole outtake from the album session, "First Take," was later released on the 1971 compilation Twins.
Ornette Coleman – In Concert. Label: Craws – none. LP was pressed with black labels with silver print reading "GRUPPO ALPHA" with each track named for a color, the Ornette Coleman In Concert orange and black labels were printed independently and either glued or taped over the fake labels. The set comes in two separate textured grey 12" open center hole jackets with no print. All information is on the labels.
Ornette Coleman (born March 9, 1930 in Fort Worth, Texas, USA - died June 11, 2015 in New York City, New York, USA) was an American Jazz saxophonist, violinist, trumpeter and composer. His album "Free Jazz" gave its name to a whole Jazz sub-genre. He was married to Jayne Cortez from 1954-64. Their son Denardo Coleman is a jazz drummer, and has recorded with each of his parents, beginning at the age of 10 on "The Empty Foxhole". Siti: ornettecoleman.
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Ornette Coleman In Concert Vinyl Box Set USA GR-ALPHA1/2/3/4 CRAWS. Ornette Coleman was the one among a few jazzmen who started playing what later has been titled "a new thing" still in late 50s. His album "Free Jazz" gave the tag for all new jazz direction which dramatically changed genre's scene for decades to come. Still at the late 60s-early 70s it looked Ornette got stuck in his music(his excellent "Science Fiction" from 1972 is an exception only confirming the sentence). Fortunately for us jazz lovers he did it again - in late 70s Ornette returned back with new jazz revolution again
Thanks to Ornette Coleman (pictured here, in 1966) and his eponymous trio, some of the best music ever made for a movie is on display in Thomas White’s Who’s Crazy? COURTESY YOUTUBE. In concert, Coleman constructed mighty solos that ran more than ten minutes and even as many as twenty; in the studio recording for Who’s Crazy?, where the scenes are brief, the trio shifted gears to match the events onscreen, leading to short, sharply focussed solos, matched by fervent, inspired outpourings from Izenzon and Moffett that distill a single mood or tone. Even when, in the nineteen-seventies, Coleman formed an electric band that borrowed rock rhythms, he called its first album Dancing in Your Head. The actors in Who’s Crazy? don’t dance to the soundtrack, either-but virtually everything that they do is a dance to unheard music.
View concert statistics of Ecars by Ornette Coleman played live. Ecars by Ornette Coleman. Total Plays 3 times by 3 Artists. From the release Ornette on Tenor (Album). First Played in Concert October 9, 1988 by Naked City at FIMAV 1988. Most Recently Played May 23, 2018 by Tim Berne at An die Musik LIVE, Baltimore, MD, USA. Report a problem: Wrong album assigned.
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|E2||Bells And Chimes||9:00|
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- Alto Saxophone – Ornette Coleman
- Bass – David Izenzon (tracks: A, B), Sirone (tracks: C to H)
- Drums – Billy Higgins (tracks: C to H), Charles Moffett (tracks: A to B)
- Guitar – James Blood Ulmer (tracks: C to H)
- Trumpet – Ornette Coleman
- Violin – Ornette Coleman
NotesUnofficial release. Undated.
LP BAT 1. Tracks A1, A2, B. Ornette Coleman Trio, "Lonely Woman Trio '66", Copenhagen, Denmark, April 7, 1966. Listed as BEAT 1 in Jazzdisco.org's Ornette Coleman discography (http://www.jazzdisco.org/ornette-coleman/discography), but as BAT 1 on LP labels.
LPs BAT 2-4: Ornette Coleman Quartet, "Lonely Woman Quartet '74", Valenza, Italy, May (?), 1974. Listed as BAT 2-4 in Jazzdisco.org's Ornette Coleman discography and on LP labels.
Comes with a copied A4 page with tracklist and credits.
Internet states 1988 as release year and 100 Copies made.
Inside box is a sticker from "Osaka Kazz League - P 10085 A". (Made in Japan?)
|BAT 1-4||Ornette Coleman||Lonely Woman Trio '66 - Quartet '74 (4xLP, Unofficial + Box)||Not On Label (Ornette Coleman)||BAT 1-4||Unknown|