Free Jazz

Ornette Coleman

23 September 2002
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 “Complete freedom of expression is my goal,” said Ornette Coleman in 1960, and this is the sound of his revolution. With Don Cherry and Freddie Hubbard playing trumpet, Scott LaFaro and Charlie Haden on bass and drummers Billy Higgins and Ed Blackwell augmenting Coleman’s alto sax and Eric Dolphy’s bass clarinet, the Double Quartet make music like Jackson Pollock made paintings. Features a bonus track of the first take of this historic session.