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Ornette Coleman - The Unprecedented Music Of Ornette Coleman (1968) [2014 Japan]

15-09-2015, 17:28
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Ornette Coleman - The Unprecedented Music Of Ornette Coleman (1968) [2014 Japan]

Artist: Ornette Coleman
Title Of Album: The Unprecedented Music Of Ornette Coleman [Japan Studio Songs Remaster YZSO Series]
Year Of Release: 2014 (1968)
Label (Catalog#): Studio Songs Japan [YZSO-10049]
Country: USA
Genre: Jazz / Free Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,log) | Mp3
Bitrate: Lossless | CBR 320 kbps
Time: 44:48
Full Size: 298 MB | 191 MB (Scans)

Recorded in Rome, Italy on February 8, 1968. The disc documents a 1968 performance of the Coleman Quartet in Milan, Italy, and features the interesting lineup of Coleman on alto sax, trumpet, and shanai, Ed Blackwell on drums, and the bass duo of David Izenzon and Charlie Haden. As can be expected, the quartet plays with great care and collective understanding throughout. Opening the date is a touching version of "Lonely Woman" performed in the style, perhaps, of his 1965 trio featuring Izenzon and Charles Moffett. This time, though, Blackwell's polyrhythms and the added bass of Haden fill in the wide open space afforded by the trio setting heard on such dates as At the Golden Circle. At first, one may get the impression that Izenzon and Haden are battling each other to be heard, but as the disc rolls on it is clear that the two are indeed partners striving toward a common end. Coleman enthusiasts will definitely be interested in the album's closer, the shanai workout "Buddah Blues," during which he displays a tenacity seldom heard even in his discography. The post-Bird, bluesy R&B shouts listeners commonly associate with him are abandoned almost entirely here in favor of a blistering splatter of upper-register runs and Eastern modes, a style resembling Don Van Vliet (Captain Beefheart) as much as anyone else. As a result, "Buddah Blues" takes the date into a direction more akin to ESP or BYG/Actuel sessions than that typically expected of Coleman. Worth hunting for.


01. Lonely Woman
02. Monsieur Le Prince
03. Forgotten Children
04. Buddah Blues

Ornette Coleman, alto saxophone, trumpet, shanai
Charlie Haden, bass
David Izenzon, bass
Ed Blackwell, drums

Ornette Coleman - The Unprecedented Music Of Ornette Coleman (1968) [2014 Japan]

Ornette Coleman - The Unprecedented Music Of Ornette Coleman (1968) [2014 Japan]

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gibheid   User offline   15 September 2015 21:45

Thanks nfyz5.

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