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Arts Journal
Last Week’s Don’t Miss Arts Stories: Brexit Editiontheir forebears during Charlie Parker’s and Dizzy Gillespie’s bebop revolution
Last Week’s Don’t Miss Arts Stories: Brexit Edition
Arts Journal / Posted yesterday
their forebears during Charlie Parker’s and Dizzy Gillespie’s bebop revolution uptown at Minton’s in the Forties, or the Ornette Coleman–led free movement unleashed at the Five Spot in Cooper Square in 1959, or the post-Coltrane howls at Studio... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Sweet Home Chicago: Visit to Hometown Filled with Fun and Foodand hailed an Uber — I felt so cheesy — back to the theater. Our driver was a c
Sweet Home Chicago: Visit to Hometown Filled with Fun and Food
Aspen Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
and hailed an Uber — I felt so cheesy — back to the theater. Our driver was a chill jazz aficionado, and we chatted about Ornette Coleman and the local music scene on the ride. My hometown had somehow gotten friendlier in the past couple of years,... Read more
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All About Jazz
Deborah Carew member page on All About Jazzfirst exposed to jazz when a school friend gave me a Duke Ellington & Ella Fitz
Deborah Carew member page on All About Jazz
All About Jazz / Posted 2 days ago
first exposed to jazz when a school friend gave me a Duke Ellington & Ella Fitzgerald cassette as a birthday present. I met Ornette Coleman who is a pioneer for Free Jazz, and a very warm character. The best show I ever attended so far was Chick... Read more
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TribLIVE
Performance highlights artistry  of film composer Howard Shorenot Hannibal Lecter's. Terry Steele was the alto saxophone player for “Naked L
Performance highlights artistry  of film composer Howard Shore
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
not Hannibal Lecter's. Terry Steele was the alto saxophone player for “Naked Lunch,” a part originally written for Ornette Coleman. Excerpts from “Ed Wood” featured the theremin, the electronic instrument so familiar from horror films,... Read more
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Evening Standard
White Sands: Experiences from the Outside World by Geoff Dyeralso draws the connection between his new chosen home and so many of his jazz h
White Sands: Experiences from the Outside World by Geoff Dyer
Evening Standard / Posted 3 days ago
also draws the connection between his new chosen home and so many of his jazz heroes — the likes of Charles Mingus and Ornette Coleman, Charlie Haden and Don Cherry. Just as so much jazz benefits from many listenings, so Dyer’s free-associative... Read more
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JazzTimes Magazine
The Zen of Sonny RollinsThe Bridge. It was the first in a series of valiant early-to-mid-’60s releases,
The Zen of Sonny Rollins
JazzTimes Magazine / Posted 6 days ago
The Bridge. It was the first in a series of valiant early-to-mid-’60s releases, some of which plunged into the avant-garde. Ornette Coleman, the maverick alto saxophonist, had recently brought a galvanizing jolt to the syntax of modern jazz, and... Read more
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JazzTimes Magazine
Pat Metheny: The Spirit & Sound of Music - By Lee Mergner — Jazz Articlesand about jazz in general is the multigenerational aspect. You were the “young
Pat Metheny: The Spirit & Sound of Music - By Lee Mergner — Jazz Articles
JazzTimes Magazine / Posted 8 days ago
and about jazz in general is the multigenerational aspect. You were the “young guy” before with legendary elders like Ornette Coleman, Roy Haynes and Billy Higgins, but now you’re more senior. What’s that like to now be more of the “elder” in... Read more
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JazzTimes Magazine
Pat Metheny: The Spirit and Sound Of Music - By Lee Mergner — Jazz Articlesand about jazz in general is the multigenerational aspect. You were the “young
Pat Metheny: The Spirit and Sound Of Music - By Lee Mergner — Jazz Articles
JazzTimes Magazine / Posted 9 days ago
and about jazz in general is the multigenerational aspect. You were the “young guy” before with legendary elders like Ornette Coleman, Roy Haynes and Billy Higgins, but now you’re more senior. What’s that like to now be more of the “elder” in... Read more
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Philly.com
Firefly Music Festival, Dixie Chicks and 16 other things to do this weekend in PhillyJamaaladeen Tacuma and drummer G. Calvin Weston were young Philadelphians when
Firefly Music Festival, Dixie Chicks and 16 other things to do this weekend in Philly
Philly.com / Posted 11 days ago
Jamaaladeen Tacuma and drummer G. Calvin Weston were young Philadelphians when they worked with jazz great Ornette Coleman on albums such as 1979's classic Of Human Feelings. With guitarist Marc Ribot, they are applying Coleman's... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
European jazz/rock The Thing at Meaty Festival in KelownaSomewhat cerebral like their namesake, this Norwegian quartet offers a corpus c
European jazz/rock The Thing at Meaty Festival in Kelowna
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 11 days ago
Somewhat cerebral like their namesake, this Norwegian quartet offers a corpus callosum between the spirited free jazz of Ornette Coleman and a more modern improvisational hard bop. More music June 17 & 27 at Habitat With sponsorship from The... Read more
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Philly.com
The Dixie Chicks return and 17 other things to do this weekend in Philly, June 17-19Jamaaladeen Tacuma and drummer G. Calvin Weston were young Philadelphians when
The Dixie Chicks return and 17 other things to do this weekend in Philly, June 17-19
Philly.com / Posted 12 days ago
Jamaaladeen Tacuma and drummer G. Calvin Weston were young Philadelphians when they worked with jazz great Ornette Coleman on albums such as 1979's classic Of Human Feelings. With guitarist Marc Ribot, they are applying Coleman's... Read more
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The Irish Times
Murray, Allen & Carrington - Perfection album review: Not perfect, but not far offjazz can conjure, the title of this “super” trio’s debut recording is not presu
Murray, Allen & Carrington - Perfection album review: Not perfect, but not far off
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
jazz can conjure, the title of this “super” trio’s debut recording is not presumption but a respectful bow to saxophonist Ornette Coleman. The passing of the wayward pioneer of free jazz just a week before this recording session gives added... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
This day in history, June 11, 2016were to gain momentum, and held out the possibility of a greater role for U.S t
This day in history, June 11, 2016
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
were to gain momentum, and held out the possibility of a greater role for U.S troops on the ground. "Free jazz" pioneer Ornette Coleman, 85, died in New York. Country singer-songwriter Jim Ed Brown, 81, died in Franklin, Tenn. Actor Ron Moody,... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Almanacwere to gain momentum, and held out the possibility of a greater role for U.S t
Almanac
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 16 days ago
were to gain momentum, and held out the possibility of a greater role for U.S troops on the ground. "Free jazz" pioneer Ornette Coleman, 85, died in New York. Country singer-songwriter Jim Ed Brown, 81, died in Franklin, Tennessee. Actor Ron... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Today in Historywere to gain momentum, and held out the possibility of a greater role for U.S t
Today in History
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 16 days ago
were to gain momentum, and held out the possibility of a greater role for U.S troops on the ground. "Free jazz" pioneer Ornette Coleman, 85, died in New York. Country singer-songwriter Jim Ed Brown, 81, died in Franklin, Tennessee. Actor Ron... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Five acts not to miss at this weekend's Playboy Jazz Festivalthat included Aphex Twin and the Pixies, it has reached new heights in recent y
Five acts not to miss at this weekend's Playboy Jazz Festival
Los Angeles Times / Posted 18 days ago
that included Aphex Twin and the Pixies, it has reached new heights in recent years, with album-length tributes to works by Ornette Coleman and Igor Stravinsky and with their own inside-out songbook. The Bad Plus never seemed to want for new... Read more
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The Age
Past and future of jazz all presentreal time, moment by moment. With no setlist or pauses between tunes, he slid f
Past and future of jazz all present
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
real time, moment by moment. With no setlist or pauses between tunes, he slid from theme to theme (embracing Coltrane and Ornette Coleman, Earth Wind and Fire and his own marvellous compositions) and from mood to mood (bop, ballad or jazz-funk... Read more
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examiner.com
SFIAF 2016: An interview with Asian American Orchestra bandleader Anthony BrownCharles Mingus, Rahsaan Roland Kirk and others carried a message of freedom in
SFIAF 2016: An interview with Asian American Orchestra bandleader Anthony Brown
examiner.com / Posted 22 days ago
Charles Mingus, Rahsaan Roland Kirk and others carried a message of freedom in their music. Artists like Archie Shepp, Ornette Coleman, and Sun Ra were stretching the boundaries of jazz so far that it became labeled "Free Jazz.” This music... Read more
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All About Jazz
Jerome Wilson member page on All About Jazznot as many as I'd like to. I have a million favorite musicians but among the v
Jerome Wilson member page on All About Jazz
All About Jazz / Posted 24 days ago
not as many as I'd like to. I have a million favorite musicians but among the very top are Charles Mingus, Duke Ellington, Ornette Coleman, Julie Tippetts and Carla Bley. I always enjoy passionate, heartfelt jazz but the one time I've been moved... Read more
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/Film
Mondo Vinyl Releases of Crash and Dead Ringers on the Wayofficial specs released by Mondo: Naked Lunch (1991) – Original Motion Picture
Mondo Vinyl Releases of Crash and Dead Ringers on the Way
/Film / Posted 27 days ago
official specs released by Mondo: Naked Lunch (1991) – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 2XLP Music By Howard Shore // Ornette Coleman Performed by London Philharmonic Orchestra Original Artwork by Rich Kelly 25th Anniversary. First time... Read more
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examiner.com
The bleeding edge: June roars in with an abundance of adventurous gigsYork City, and Dan West, based in Los Angeles. Their set is inspired by and a t
The bleeding edge: June roars in with an abundance of adventurous gigs
examiner.com / Posted 27 days ago
York City, and Dan West, based in Los Angeles. Their set is inspired by and a tribute to the late adventurous saxophonist Ornette Coleman. They will be followed by a trio of local performers consisting of Jaroba (James Robert Barnes), best known... Read more

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