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

17 comments:

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.

Andy said...

Coming on Hi Hat.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B079VDHW3W/ref=pe_1229701_248212801_em_1p_5_ti

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Thanks Andy for the link. I'm curious which source Hi Hat will use for the upcoming release (tomorrow actually).
As far as I know Hi Hat does release a lot of bootlegs without legitimation.
This isn't a complaint on my side...
F.e. they tried to release a Keith Jarrett live recording. But before it hit the German stores it was withdrawn...