Atlantic publish Ornette Coleman’s fifth album : ‘This Is Our Music’ recorded with Don Cherry et al (1960)

Ornette Coleman’s ‘This Is Our Music’ is his fifth album recorded on July 19 & 26 and August 2, 1960 and released In February 1961 by Atlantic.

Track Listing : 1.Blues Connotation (Ornette Coleman) – 05:16 . 2.Beauty Is A Rare Thing (Ornette Coleman) – 07:13 . 3.Kaleidoscope (Ornette Coleman) – 06:36 . 1.Embraceable You (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) – 04:54 . 2.Poise (Ornette Coleman) – 04:40 . 3.Humpty Dumpty (Ornette Coleman) – 05:23 . 4.Folk Tale (Ornette Coleman) – 04:44


Lee Friedlander

Musicians : Ornette Coleman – Alto Saxophone . Don Cherry – Pocket Trumpet . Charlie Haden – Bass . Ed Blackwell – Drums

Production : Produced By Nesuhi Ertegün . Tom Dowd – Engineer . Phil Iehle – Engineer . Jean Ristori – Mastering

Package : Loring Eutemey – Cover Design . Lee Friedlander asterisques RVM – Photography . Kevin Le Gendre – Liner Notes . Claude Nobs – Liner Notes . Urs Tschuppert – Design

Recorded On July 19 And 26, August 2, 1960.

Released In February 1961 By Atlantic.

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All About Jazz
This is Our Music is Coleman at the point of completely letting go. He and his most sympathetic supporters had evolved through varying musical perimeters to the point that he was prepared to forsake any limiting quantity or quality to his creation and performance. […]

allmusic
It’s all showcased to best effect here on the hard-swinging “Blues Connotation” and the haunting “Beauty Is a Rare Thing,” though pretty much every composition has something to recommend it. All in all, This Is Our Music keeps one of the hottest creative streaks in jazz history going strong. […]

Pitchfork
In 1960, people literally wanted to beat the crap out of Ornette Coleman because of what he was doing to jazz. But now, his work just sounds exceptionally fresh and timeless. […]

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