Ornette Coleman, Sun Ra – Jazz Heroes 10. Label: Naïve – NJ627911. Tracks 7 to 17 Sun Ra And His Arkestra: The Futuristic Sound Of Sun Ra Recorded: October 10, 1961, Newark, Original LP issue: Savoy MG-12169.
2015 Doxy Collection, Remastered. The Face of the Bass. 2012 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks. Jazz Heroes Collection 10. Ornette Coleman, Sun Ra and His Arkestra, Ornette Coleman, Sun Ra And His Arkestra. The Best of Jazz 200 Classics, Vo. 0.
5: Ornette Coleman: The Shape Of Jazz To Come (Atlantic). From Fort Worth, Texas, Ornette Coleman made two albums for Lester Koenig’s California-based Contemporary label before joining Atlantic in 1959, where this, his debut for the company, proved one of the most revolutionary albums in jazz. Released in 1959 – the year that Ornette Coleman produced his game-changing free jazz manifesto, The Shape Of Jazz To Come – California pianist Dave Brubeck proved that jazz didn’t have to be wild and way out to be revolutionary and innovative.
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For the Ornette Coleman album, see Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation. Some forms use composed melodies as the basis for group performance and improvisation. Much of Sun Ra's music could be classified as free jazz, especially his work from the 1960s, although Sun Ra said repeatedly that his music was written and boasted that what he wrote sounded more free than what "the freedom boys" played. The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra (1965) was steeped in what could be referred to as a new. black mysticism. But Sun Ra's penchant for nonconformity aside, he was along with Coleman and Taylor an integral voice to the formation of new jazz styles during the 1960s.
The fourth indispensable album is, of course, Ornette's double quartet album, Free Jazz, with both of his drummers of the time, Higgins and Blackwell, bassist Haden augmented by virtuoso performer Scott LaFaro, two additional horns, trumpeter Hubbard and bass clarinetist and musician extraordinaire Eric Dolphy, and Higgins and Blackwell in tandem on drums. A superb collection of Ornette Coleman's early recordings. Published 10 months ago. Martin.
The 2013 Jazz Heroes Awards are given by the Jazz Journalists Association to honor "activists, advocates, altruists, aiders and abettors of jazz who have had significant impact in their local communities. Jazz Heroes are nominated by their communities and usually presented with their Award during a party or other celebration organized by local jazz organizations. Her first album under her own name, in trio with bassist Bob Cranshaw and drummer Gregory Hutchinson, was titled Escape to New York. Citing George Shearing, Bill Evans, Oscar Peterson and Erroll Garner as influences, Adair has continued recording prodigiously. CMS was a music experience inspired by Ornette Coleman - who wouldn’t give a workshop there because then people would think I knew something - and Don Cherry, who Ornette called the man with the elephant memory.