The Ornette Coleman Trio “At the Golden Circle Stockholm Vol. One”

The Ornette Coleman Trio “At the Golden Circle Stockholm Vol. One”

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The Ornette Coleman Trio
At the “Golden Circle” Stockholm Volume One
Blue Note (US) 1973
BST 84224 (LP) Blue label with Black “b”. w/company’s inner sleeve.
sleeve : VG+(CC, light dirts.)
media : VG+/VG+(some slightly noises caused by slightly hairlines.)

This is a 1966 album by American saxophonist Ornette Coleman, who, without a doubt, is regarded as the father of free jazz and has had a significant influence on numerous musicians, including Don Cherry. It's the first installment featuring live recordings from a cultural event held in 1965 at Gyllende Cirkeln in Stockholm, Sweden, with a trio consisting of David Izenzon on bass and Charles Moffett on drums. Backed by the highly aggressive and groovy rhythm section of Izenzon and Moffett, Coleman's free-spirited play on the alto sax and trumpet is absolutely fantastic, making it a historic and outstanding performance. Even for those who may not be fans of free jazz, this is a must-listen masterpiece. Highly recommended.

A2: European Echoes
B1: Dee Dee

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