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Jazz has its own Woodstock Festival (1981)

September 19, 1981 – Jack DeJohnette, Chick Corea, Pat Metheny, Anthony Braxton, Lee Konitz, Miroslav Vitouš and many more are in Woodstock to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Creative Music Studio, founded by Karl Berger and Ornette Coleman.

Ornette Coleman starts the recording of ‘Science Fiction,’ an album…

Ornette Coleman’s ‘Science Fiction’ is an album Recorded on September 9, 10 & October 13, 1971 and released in 1972 By Columbia. Track Listing : 1.What Reason Could I Give? (Ornette Coleman) – 03:06 . 2.Civilization Day (Ornette Coleman) – 06:04 . 3.Street Woman (Ornette Coleman) – 04:50 . 4.Science Fiction (Ornette Coleman) – 05:03 […]

This week In Jazz Legends 14

Sonny Rollins, Frank Foster, John Faddis, Jimmy Smith, Kenny Burrell, VSOP II, Laurindo Almeida, Johnny Griffin, Herbie Hancock, Santana, Gil Evans, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Miles Davis, Charles Mingus, Globe Unity Orchestra, Ornette Coleman. They are the “Jazz Legends” performers selected among the 290 Posts we publish this week. Here, they are reunited in one glorious […]

Atlantic publish Ornette Coleman’s fifth album : ‘This Is Our…

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 […]

This week In Jazz Legends 07

Chet Baker, Ornette Coleman, Sonny Rollins, Benny Goodman, Jimmy Dorsey, Lester Bowie, Henry Mancini, Art Blakey, Jazz Messengers, Marcus Miller, Gil Evans Orchestra, Roy Hargrove, Karriem Riggins, Spyro Gyra. They are the “Jazz Legends” performers selected among the 271 Posts we publish this week. Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy! Tracklist 1 […]

Ornette Coleman Prime Time in Cologne, Germany (1987)

March 26, 1987 – Ornette Coleman and Prime Time Band – that is Bern Nix (g), Charlie Ellerbee (g), Jamaaladeen Tacuma (el.b), Al MacDowell (el.b), Denardo Coleman (d) and Grant Calvin Weston (d) – perform at Stadtgarten, Cologne in Germany

Contemporary publish Ornette Coleman’s debut album : ‘Something…

Ornette Coleman’s ‘Something Else!!!!’ is his debut album recorded on February 10 – March 24, 1958 with Don Cherry among others and released the same year by Contemporary. Track Listing : 1.Invisible (Ornette Coleman) – 04:11 . 2.The Blessing (Ornette Coleman) – 04:45 . 3.Jayne (Ornette Coleman) – 07:17 . 4.Chippie (Ornette Coleman) – 05:37 […]

Ornette Coleman begins the recording of ‘Tomorrow Is the Question!’…

Ornette Coleman’s ‘Tomorrow Is the Question!’ is his second album subtitled ‘The New Music of Ornette Coleman!’, recorded on January 16, February 23 and March 9–10, 1959 with Don Cherry, Percy Heath, Shelly Manne and Red Mitchell and released the same year bBy Contemporary. Track Listing : 1.Tomorrow Is The Question! (Ornette Coleman) – 03:09 […]

Branford Marsalis records ‘Trio Jeepy’ with Jeff Tain Watts and Milt…

Branford Marsalis’ ‘Trio Jeepy’ is an album recorded on January 3-4, 1988 with bassist Milt Hinton and released in June 1989 By Sony Music. Track Listing : 1.Housed From Edward (Branford Marsalis) – 09:27 . 2.The Nearness Of You (Hoagy Carmichael, Ned Washington) – 10:30 . 3.Three Little Words (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby) – 05:07 […]