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Download What Reason Could I Give - Ornette Coleman - Science Fiction (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1972
Label: CBS - S 64774 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Spain • Genre: Jazz • Style: Free Jazz, Modal


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8 Replies to “ What Reason Could I Give - Ornette Coleman - Science Fiction (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Daikora says:
    The Ornette Coleman Legacy, featuring six songs originally released for the first time in as part of Rhino’s CD boxed set Beauty Is A Rare Thing, making its vinyl debut. On most of his Atlantic albums, Coleman recorded with a quartet that included trumpeter Don Cherry, plus either Charlie Haden or Scott LaFaro on bass, and either Billy /5(10).
  2. Dushakar says:
    Nov 01,  · Ornette Coleman: The Complete Science Fiction Sessions album review by David Adler, published on November 1, Listening to the first moments of "What Reason Could I Give," the lead-off track on this valuable reissue, one is reminded of Ornette Coleman's pervasive influence on present-day jazz composition. but also the more.
  3. Daigar says:
    Science Fiction has always been my favourite Ornette Coleman album, and this release does not disappoint; the sound is fine and in line with the vinyl release. That there is some fantastic playing goes without saying; many of the musicians had played together for a long time when this was recorded/5(27).
  4. Tajas says:
    Science Fiction, recorded in and released by Columbia, was Ornette Coleman’s creative rebirth, a stunningly inventive and appropriately alien-sounding blast of manic energy. Coleman pulls out all the stops, working with a variety of different lineups and cramming the record full of fresh ideas and memorable themes mixing Coleman’s past and future, an album overflowing with brilliance!
  5. Gardalkree says:
    Finally, on a pair of CDs in one collection are the rest of Ornette Coleman's Columbia recordings, all of them done before Skies of America. Science Fiction was a regular part of Columbia's jazz catalogue, and Broken Shadows was released on LP in On this double set, both of those records and three previously unreleased cuts from those sessions are together at last.
  6. Goltijinn says:
    Ornette Coleman's first album for Columbia followed a stint on Blue Note that found the altoist in something of a holding pattern. Science Fiction was his creative rebirth, a stunningly inventive and appropriately alien-sounding blast of manic energy. Coleman pulls out all the stops, working with a variety of different lineups and cramming the record full of fresh ideas and memorable themes.
  7. Akirn says:
    Nov 21,  · For someone who struggled with the rudiments of music theory early on, Ornette Coleman would stand out among the sea of saxophonists of his day, for his unnerving ingenuity and relentless energy. Most importantly, however, was his "ushering" in of Free Jazz, in which he coined the word on the album of the same name.
  8. Fenrikora says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Science Fiction on Discogs. Label: CBS - S • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Spain • Genre: Jazz • Style: Free Jazz, Modal/5(5).

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