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

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

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The Ornette Coleman Trio
At the “Golden Circle” Stockholm Volume Two
Blue Note (US) 1973
BST 84225 (LP) Blue label with Black “b”.
sleeve : VG+(light dirts.)
media : EX/EX-(some slightly noises. the last part on B2 has light noises.)

This is a 1966 album by the American saxophonist Ornette Coleman, who, without a doubt, is recognized as the father of free jazz and has had a profound influence on numerous musicians, including Don Cherry. It's the second installment, featuring live recordings from a cultural event held in 1965 at Gyllende Cirkeln in Stockholm, Sweden, with a trio composed of David Izenzon on bass and Charles Moffett on drums. The album opens with the enchanting A1, where Coleman's violin performance captivates the ears, and you can savor the signature Coleman style that would be passed on to Don Cherry and others in B2, among other fantastic performances. This is another masterpiece that even those who may not be fans of free jazz should definitely listen to. Highly recommended.

A1: Morning Song
B1: The Riddle

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