Ornette Coleman - Twins flac album
|B1||Monk And The Nun||5:35|
|B3||Joy Of A Toy||4:35|
- Art Direction, Design – Bob Defrin
- Artwork [Hand Coloring] – Curtice Taylor
- Composed By – Ornette Coleman
- Coordinator [Atlantic Jazzlore Series] – Ilhan Mimaroglu
- Engineer – Bones Howe (tracks: B1), Phil Iehle (tracks: A2), Tom Dowd (tracks: A1, A2, B3, B4)
- Liner Notes – Martin Williams
- Mixed By [Mixed Down] – Geoffrey Haslam (tracks: A2, B2, B3)
- Photography By – Chuck Stewart
- Producer – Nesuhi Ertegun
- Remastered By – George Piros
Notes(P) 1971 Atlantic
|SD 1588||Ornette Coleman||Twins (LP, Album, Mon)||Atlantic||SD 1588||US||1971|
|CS 1588, ATL M5 1588||Ornette Coleman||Twins (Cass, Album)||Atlantic, Atlantic||CS 1588, ATL M5 1588||US||1971|
|CS 8810||Ornette Coleman||Twins (Cass, Album, RE)||Atlantic||CS 8810||US||1981|
|SD 1588, 1588||Ornette Coleman||Twins (LP, Album, Mono, Promo)||Atlantic, Atlantic||SD 1588, 1588||US||1971|
|SD 1588||Ornette Coleman||Twins (LP, Album, Pre)||Atlantic||SD 1588||US||1971|
Ornette Coleman's Twins (first issued on LP in 1971) has been looked at as an afterthought in many respects. A collection of sessions from 1959, 1960, and 1961 with different bands, they are allegedly takes from vinyl LP sessions commercially limited at that time to 40 minutes on vinyl, and not initially released until many years later
The Ornette Coleman Quartet. Check Up. Alto Saxophone – Ornette ColemanBass – Scott LaFaroDrums – Ed BlackwellTrumpet – Don Cherry. B3. –The Ornette Coleman Quartet. Joy Of A Toy. Alto Saxophone – Ornette ColemanBass – Charlie HadenDrums – Ed BlackwellTrumpet – Don Cherry. Twins (LP, Album, Pre).
He was one of the major innovators of the free jazz movement of the 1960s, a term he invented with the name of an album. Coleman's timbre was easily recognized: his keening, crying sound drew heavily on blues music. He was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship in 1994. His album Sound Grammar received the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for music.
By: Ornette Coleman (1971, Jazz). More albums from Ornette Coleman: An Evening With Ornette Coleman by Ornette Coleman. Crisis by Ornette Coleman. To Whom Who Keeps A Record by Ornette Coleman. The Shape Of Jazz To Come by Ornette Coleman. Naked Lunch by Ornette Coleman. Chappaqua Suite by Ornette Coleman. Tomorrow Is The Question! by Ornette Coleman. View all albums . Twins. By: Ornette Coleman (1971, Jazz).
Twins Ornette Coleman. This album has an average beat per minute of 131 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 102/172 BPM).
Though recorded in 1959 this album was not released until 1971. Featuring the classic Ornette Coleman quartet, this release is perhaps most notable for an early version of Free Jazz, here called First Take, the 40 minute version of which would make up his entire album of the same name from the following year. The four other cuts here smoke, too. Go Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members.
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