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Paul Bley: When Will The Blues Leave

Read "When Will The Blues Leave" reviewed by John Ephland

Ornette Coleman recorded “When Will The Blues Leave" in early 1958, released the next year on Something Else!!!! (Contemporary). Paul Bley played Coleman's blues four years later on The Floater Syndrome (Savoy Records), a trio recording with bassist Steve Swallow and drummer Pete La Roca. Both versions--Coleman's in a quintet with trumpeter Don Cherry, bassist Don ...

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Ornette Coleman: Tomorrow is the Question!

Read "Ornette Coleman: Tomorrow is the Question!" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Ornette ColemanTomorrow is the QuestionContemporary1959Shaking out of the contractual obligation forcing him to employ a pianist on his debut, Something Else!!!! (Contemporary, 1958), alto saxophonist Ornette Coleman dispensed with the instrument altogether on 1959's Tomorrow is the Question!, causing a bit of consternation on the part of the ...

Ornette Coleman & Thelonious Monk: One Revolution After Another

Read "Ornette Coleman & Thelonious Monk: One Revolution After Another" reviewed by Chris May

Two albums in Original Jazz Classics' Remasters series capture one iconoclastic genius at his late 1950s' peak and another limbering up for 1960s' notoriety. Each disc benefits from Joe Tarantino's resonant remastering. Ornette ColemanSomething Else!!!!Original Jazz Classics/Contemporary2011 (1958) In early 1958, when Contemporary's director/producer, ...

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Chet Baker, Ornette Coleman, Thelonious Monk, Cannonball Adderly Headline Concord Jazz Reissues

Chet Baker, Ornette Coleman, Thelonious Monk, Cannonball Adderly Headline Concord Jazz Reissues

Concord Music Group will release six new titles in the Original Jazz Classics Remasters series on June 14, 2011. Enhanced by 24-bit remastering by Joe Tarantino, generous helpings of bonus tracks (many of them previously unreleased), and new liner notes that provide historical and technical context, the series showcases some of the most pivotal recordings of ...


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