11 June 2015

ORNETTE COLEMAN TRIO. Manchester 1966 (RIP Re-post)
























ORNETTE COLEMAN, alto sax, violin, trumpet
DAVID IZENZON, bass
CHARLES MOFFETT, drums

CD1

1. European Echoes 14:20
2. 13:49
3. 17:38

CD2

1. The Fifth of Beethoven 14:56
2. Wedding Day 16:15
3. 14:41
4. Sadness 04:03

Free Trade Hall, Manchester. 14th May 1966

16 comments:

Andy said...

CD1
1Fichier

CD2
1Fichier

DW said...

Andy, thank you...

Bill said...

Thabks, Andy.

Carlos M. said...

Thank you. 'Tis a sad day for us all.

Javier Roz said...

Thanks Andy. What a great loss but leaves a tremendous legacy... RIP

martin said...

Andy, I have just been listening to this. It's a beautiful reminder of a remarkable talent. Many thanks.

Anonymous said...

Thank you.

Rhid

rev.b said...

Thank you.

Giuliano Panzironi said...

thanks, andy

this inteview, with french philosopher J. Derrida, could interest: http://www.frenchphilosophy.gr/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Derrida-Coleman-The-Others-Language.-J.-Derrida-Interview-Ornette-Coleman-23-June-1997.pdf

Andy said...

Thanks for that Giuliano. Very interesting. :)

Ilario Rozen said...

Hello everyone

I’m looking for these cd Ornette :
– Ornette Coleman Sound Museum
Hidden Man

– Ornette Coleman Sound Museum
Sound Museum Three Women
Many thanks in advance

unterhosenspeck said...

Thanks for this nice recording, in the earlier posting some titles were named - I will add the title of track #7, it is called "Sadness" (which Ornette also recorded at Town Hall 1962).....

Tantris said...

That's a remarkable interview with Derrida - thanks for posting the link.

Andy said...

Thanks to john and unterhosenspeck for help with titles.

Anonymous said...

Hi Ilario Rozen. Discogs is a good place to find moderately priced copies of "Hidden Man" and "Three Women". If Amazon is acceptable for ya, they also might have copies?

toci said...

Genius.RIP.