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Paul Bley, Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, Billy Higgins Live At The Hillcrest Club, 1958
Monumental Ornette. Bley is nominal leader; Ornette bosses things, running free with Cherry. The Blessing, a Bird, an Eldridge, Ramblin'... The complete show, decently recorded, on audiophile clear vinyl.



Ornette Coleman Something Else
Already his own man in this 1958 recording debut, on plastic alto, with Don Cherry and Billy Higgins in the line-up from the get-go. Great OC tunes, bluesy and wonky, not really something else quite yet. DC's ace. ...





Jamaaladeen Tacuma For The Love Of Ornette
It isn't, of course with its own thriving lineup, diverse material, and funky old Tacuma himself but this is so suffused with his genius, and with his playing all over it, at times it's like a new Ornette album...






Ornette Coleman In All Languages
Original copies of the 1987 double-LP: OC on one record with Don Cherry, Charlie Haden and Billy Higgins; on the other with Prime Time... Bern Nix, Denardo, Jamaaladeen Tacuma and co.




Ornette Coleman The Lenox Jazz School Concert
Brought together by John Lewis as a benefit concert, the overlapping line-ups are pretty mind-boggling: Ornette, Jimmy Giuffre, Kenny Dorham, Ian Underwood, Don Cherry, Ran Blake, Perry Robinson...



Ornette Coleman Skies Of America
His symphony for string orchestra (and drums, sax). Brooding, profoundly evocative, achingly beautiful, with the democratic, cosmic vision of Walt Whitman reborn. An amazing, neglected record, warmly recommended.



Ornette Coleman Ornette Coleman Quartet Live In Paris
Ornette Coleman (alto sax, trumpet, violin), Dewey Redman (tenor sax, musette), Ed Blackwell (drums), Charlie Haden (bass).



Ornette Coleman David, Moffett and Ornette  Paris 1966
Dick Fontaine's film of Ornette live, in rehearsals, and in conversation. And Sound?? Fontaine's 1967 portrait of Roland Kirk improvising, going to the zoo, playing the blues. John Cage turns up too.



Don Cherry Tibet
Also known as Eternal Now, and made in Sweden.
The trumpet-playing may be restricted to the cover-snap only, but this is still a lovely, warm, playful world-jazz record.



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