Ornette Coleman Trio - An Evening With Ornette Coleman mp3 album
Title: An Evening With Ornette Coleman
Style: Free Jazz
Date of release: 1968
Country: UK & Europe
Size MP3: 1546 mb
Size FLAC: 1792 mb
Format: MP2 MP1 RA TTA DTS APE DMF
Recorded on August 29, 1965 at Fairfield Hall, Croydon, UK. Obi gives the Japanese title as 「クロイドン・コンサート」(Croydon Concert).
Discography for American jazz saxophonist Ornette Coleman. Something Else!!!! (Contemporary, 1958). Tomorrow Is the Question! (Contemporary, 1959). The Shape of Jazz to Come (Atlantic, 1959). Change of the Century (Atlantic, 1959). This Is Our Music (Atlantic, 1960). Free Jazz (Atlantic, 1960). Ornette! (Atlantic, 1961). Ornette on Tenor (Atlantic, 1961). The Art of the Improvisers (Atlantic, 1959-61 ). Twins (Atlantic, 1961 ). To Whom Who Keeps a Record (Atlantic, 1959-60 ).
This album captures Coleman during a transitional period that showcases his experimentation with contemporary classical forms. The recordings have been released in various forms over the years, though the last US vinyl pressing is now over 40 years old. Presented as the first in a two part series, this reissue shines a new light on the fantastic recording from a world-renowned jazz great. So, curious about how Ornette's effort stacks up against Lennie's, I acquired "Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation by the Ornette Coleman Double Quartet.
Randolph Denard Ornette Coleman (March 9 or 19, 1930 – June 11, 2015) was an American jazz saxophonist, violinist, trumpeter, and composer. In the 1960s, he was one of the founders of free jazz, a term he invented for his album Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation. His "Broadway Blues" and "Lonely Woman" have become standards and are cited as important early works in free jazz. His album Sound Grammar received the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for music.
Listen to music from Ornette Coleman like Lonely Woman, Peace & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ornette Coleman. Coleman was born in 1930 in Fort Worth, Texas where he participated in his high school band until being dismissed for improvising during "The Washington Post" march.
Coleman was signed to Verve in the '90s and recorded sparingly as the 21st century began, appearing on Joe Henry's Scar in 2000 and on single tracks on Lou Reed's Raven and Eddy Grant's Hearts & Diamonds, both released in 2002. He also released the live album Sound Grammar on his own label of the same name in 2006; the album won a Pulitzer Prize for Music the following year. In 2007 he was also honored with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Sounds And Forms For Wind Quintet / サウンズ・アンド・ファームズ・フォー・ウィンド・クインテット
Ensemble [Uncredited] – The Virtuoso Ensemble
|B1||Sadness / サッドネス||3:33|
|B2||Clergyman's Dream / クラージィマンズ・ドリーム||12:15|
|C1||Falling Stars / フォーリング・スターズ||8:54|
|C2||Silence / サイレンス||9:13|
|D1||Happy Fool / ハッピー・フール||7:11|
|D2||Ballad / バラード||5:19|
|D3||Doughnuts / ドーナツ||6:10|
- Manufactured By – Nippon Grammophon Co., Ltd.
- Alto Saxophone, Violin, Trumpet, Written-By – Ornette Coleman
- Bass – David Izenzon
- Drums – Charles Moffett
- Ensemble – Ornette Coleman Trio*
- Photography By – Akiyoshi Miyashita
NotesRecorded on August 29, 1965 at Fairfield Hall, Croydon, UK.
Manufactured by Nippon Grammophon Co., Ltd., Japan
Includes booklet with Japanese liner notes and photos.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Reverse cover): KI 6807
- Other (Category record 1): MP 9022-1
- Other (Category record 2): MP 9022-2
|623 246/247||Ornette Coleman||An Evening With Ornette Coleman (2xLP, Album + Box)||International Polydor Production||623 246/247||UK & Europe||1967|
|623 246/247||Ornette Coleman||An Evening With Ornette Coleman (2xLP, Album + Box)||International Polydor Production||623 246/247||Germany||1967|
|28 427-3 Z/1-2, 28 427-3 Z||Ornette Coleman||Ornette Coleman In Europe Vol. I + II (2xLP, Album)||Freedom, Spiegelei||28 427-3 Z/1-2, 28 427-3 Z||Germany||1972|
|AL 1900 0998||Ornette Coleman||The Great London Concert (2xLP, Album, RE)||Arista, Freedom||AL 1900 0998||US||1975|
|none||Ornette Coleman||A Mudança Do Século (LP)||Abril Cultural||none||Brazil||1981|