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ORNETTE COLEMAN’S ATLANTIC YEARS.

Ornette Coleman’s Atlantic Years. Just under four years ago, on June 11th 2015, that Ornette Coleman passed away, aged eighty-five. Music had lost a true legend, whose album Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation lent its name to a musical genre, free jazz. It’s the genre that Ornette Coleman became synonymous with. However, two years earlier, …

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ORNETTE COLEMAN-THE ATLANTIC YEARS.

ORNETTE COLEMAN-THE ATLANTIC YEARS. A year ago, on June 11th 2015, that Ornette Coleman passed away, aged eighty-five. Music had lost a true legend, whose album Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation lent its name to a musical genre, free jazz. It’s the genre that Ornette Coleman became synonymous with. However, two years earlier, this nascent …

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ORNETTE COLEMAN-FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS- ORNETTE LIVE AT PRINCE STREET.

ORNETTE COLEMAN-FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS- ORNETTE LIVE AT PRINCE STREET. Back in 1970, Ornette Coleman, one of the most innovative musicians and composers of the free jazz movement, found himself without a record company. He’d just left Impulse Records, having released Ornette at 12 in 1969. However, he wouldn’t be without a record label for long. …

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