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Audio, Cassette, October 17, 1990
I wanted to gain a better understanding of Coleman's work.
This is the right CD to do it & thoroughly enjoyed it.
This a very old record by ornette.one of my favorites.I heard him play lonely woman at the Showboat in Phil a. When I was a student at Temple U.every tune is a winner.check it outPublished 5 months ago by Thurman Booker
Coleman's sound was so out-there, one audience at an early gig threw his sax over a cliff. He pioneered free jazz: no chords, no harmony, any player can take the lead-music as... Read morePublished 5 months ago by socalbiga
Nothing I can say that hasn't been said a million times by a million people regarding this album. It's Great.Published 9 months ago by Geoff Deter
Jazz starts to change on this album. Wouldn't recommend for the casual jazz fan but I could be wrong. Next level recording.Published 12 months ago by Patrick Gerhart
Ornette was a pioneer in new free jazz improvisation, and this LP was one of his best and still sounds fresh and innovative. Amazing playing from all members of the band. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michael C. Quinn
If you like jazz then this album is a must for your collection . A true audiophile recording. Your gonna love itPublished 15 months ago by Leonard Matthews
I literally hadn't played this CD from my 2,000+ CD collection in ages, and recently I read an article somewhere about the lasting legacy of Ornette Coleman, which made me revisit... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Paul Allaer
The end of the 1950's was certainly a key time for the development of jazz. The schools that came to define the genre were really beginning to emerge at this point. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Andre S. Grindle