Ornette Coleman

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Calgary Sun
Calgary folk festival performances run musical gamutBlood Ulmer is a guitar wizard, albeit a defiantly uncompromising one. A discip
Calgary folk festival performances run musical gamut
Calgary Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Blood Ulmer is a guitar wizard, albeit a defiantly uncompromising one. A disciple and one-time sideman of free-jazz great Ornette Coleman, Ulmer mixed avant-garde tones with deep grooves that slowly came into focus alongside the drum-and-violin... Read more
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JazzTimes Magazine
Richard Corsello, Sonny Rollins' Go-To Engineerregardless of the original sound. And many of the performances are epic, includ
Richard Corsello, Sonny Rollins' Go-To Engineer
JazzTimes Magazine / Posted 5 days ago
regardless of the original sound. And many of the performances are epic, including the historic 22 minutes with Ornette Coleman on “Sonnymoon for Two” (Vol. 2), the torrential 24-minute outpouring upon “Why Was I Born?” (Vol. 3), and the... Read more
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NBC San Diego
Dizzying Heights“If You’ll Call Me,” a frenetic freebop anthem where Modirzadeh’s keening alto
Dizzying Heights
NBC San Diego / Posted 10 days ago
“If You’ll Call Me,” a frenetic freebop anthem where Modirzadeh’s keening alto reminded me of the plaintive cry of Ornette Coleman. Moser pounded jagged, Monk-ian clusters while Dresser and Anderson divided the time into complex multiples.... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Clove Lakes Park is the new Prospect Park Bandshell for summer showsworked with such artists as Jennifer Holiday, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston,
Clove Lakes Park is the new Prospect Park Bandshell for summer shows
Staten Island Advance / Posted 13 days ago
worked with such artists as Jennifer Holiday, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Savion Glover, Malik Yoba, George Fasion, Ornette Coleman, Ossie Davis, Olatunje Babatunde, Max Roach, Cassandra Wilson, and Rick James. He has also taught and... Read more
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Salt Lake City Weekly
Feel the Burnand jazz. The band's influences are as wide-ranging as the Melvins, Helmet, Rag
Feel the Burn
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted 13 days ago
and jazz. The band's influences are as wide-ranging as the Melvins, Helmet, Rage Against the Machine, the free jazz of Ornette Coleman and Miles Davis' Kind of Blue, alchemized in "a hardcore-metal, jazzy way," as Densley puts it. The band's... Read more
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Pitchfork
The Pitchfork Guide to Upcoming Releases: Summer 2016[Thrill Jockey] MSTRKRFT: Operator [Last Gang] Lil Durk: Durk 2X [Def Jam] N
The Pitchfork Guide to Upcoming Releases: Summer 2016
Pitchfork / Posted 25 days ago
[Thrill Jockey] MSTRKRFT: Operator [Last Gang] Lil Durk: Durk 2X [Def Jam] Nao: For All We Know [Little Tokyo/RCA] Ornette Coleman Quartet: Tribes of New York [Jeanne Dielman] Quays: Swoo [R&S/Chewy Motto] Sun Ra: Blue York [Jeanne... Read more
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Kinston Free Press
Album reviews: Bob Dylan and Sonic Youthdid see Sonic Youth flirt with conventional song structures more than in previo
Album reviews: Bob Dylan and Sonic Youth
Kinston Free Press / Posted 26 days ago
did see Sonic Youth flirt with conventional song structures more than in previous outings, there’s still enough Sun Ra and Ornette Coleman in the DNA to keep everything a tad askew. This album along withDaydream Nation are the best entry points in... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Former Tribune editor and publisher Jack Fuller spread the gospel of jazzFields" became the first jazz composition to win a Pulitzer (I served on the ju
Former Tribune editor and publisher Jack Fuller spread the gospel of jazz
Chicago Tribune / Posted 28 days ago
Fields" became the first jazz composition to win a Pulitzer (I served on the jury that recommended it to the board), with Ornette Coleman winning in 2007 and former Chicagoan Henry Threadgill this year. No one stuck his neck out further or worked... Read more
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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 30 days ago
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 a month 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 a month 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 a month 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 1 months 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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