This tour with James Blood Ulmer is from a transitional period between the acoustic groups and the electrified bands of Tales Of Captain Black and Prime Time.
There are videos from the Rome concert on Youtube.
An LP release from the Padua concert on the tour suffered from the guitar being poorly audible.
A concert recording from Keystone Corner, San Francisco in September 1974, has also been circulating, with David Williams replacing Sirone and playing both acoustic and electric bass.
However, this is my favourite from the year.
Ornette Coleman, alto saxophone, trumpet, violin
Sirone, double bass
Billy Higgins, drums
James Blood Ulmer, guitar
C1 Unknown Title 10:10
C2 Tutti 14:05
D Lonely Woman 17:40
E1 Something To Listen To 8:40
E2 Bells And Chimes 9:00
F Comme Il Faut 19:40
G What Reason Could I Give? 15:00
H Love Call 10:40
Recorded live in Valenza, Italy 1974. Compiled with a 1966 trio live recording as part of a 4LP release.
Label: BAT 2-4