COLEMAN,ORNETTE
ROUND TRIP - THE COMPLETE ORNETTE COLEMAN (BLUE NOTE TONE POET) (6LP BOX)

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UPC: 602435865317
Label: BLUE NOTE RECORDS
Format: LP
Release Date: January 28, 2022
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1. Announcement / Faces and Places
2. European Echoes
3. Dee Dee
4. Dawn
5. Snowflakes and Sunshine
6. Morning Song
7. The Riddle
8. Antiques
9. Good Old Days
10. The Empty Foxhole
11. Sound Gravitation
12. Freeway Express
13. Faithful
14. Zig Zag
15. The Garden of Souls
16. Toy Dance
17. We Now Interrupt for a Commercial
18. Broad Way Blues
19. Round Trip
20. Airborne
21. Love Call ^1
22. Open to the Public ^1
23. Check Out Time ^1
24. The Inevitable End ^1
25. Old Gospel ^1
26. Strange As It Seems


 

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Coleman shook the jazz world when he arrived at the Five Spot Café in New York City in 1959 and began his run of seminal albums on Atlantic that laid the foundation for the free jazz movement to come. After a period of disillusionment during which he withdrew from public music making, Coleman re-emerged on Blue Note in 1966 and began writing an intriguing new chapter of his legendary career.

"I have been an Ornette Coleman fanatic going back to the late-60s, in fact going back to the time the records in this set were originally recorded for Blue Note," says Harley. "Turns out Don Was is as big an Ornette fan as me, so it was only a matter of time before we put our heads together to plan this boxset. I love those early records Ornette did for Atlantic. who doesn't? But I feel that Ornette's later recordings for Blue Note are every bit as vital and important to gain a more complete understanding

"It is true that the most shattering of his wails could wake the proverbial dead," writes Conrad in his essay. "But something happened to Coleman's tone while he was woodshedding those two years. In the Golden Circle it is still penetrating but more pure. His cries are even more vocal, more human. His control of microtones provides new resources of expression. He can now make the same note sound ecstatic or despairing or anywhere in between, through microtonal nuance.


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