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Ornette Coleman - Free Jazz - 180g import on colored vinyl "blue" series

Ornette Coleman - Free Jazz - 180g import on colored vinyl "blue" series

$ 21.99

Artist: Ornette Coleman | Label: DOL 976HB |  Format: LP |  Genre: Jazz |  LP Condition: Mint | Jacket: Sealed 

Ornette Coleman
by the Double Quartet
a collective improvisation

is the sixth album by jazz saxophonist and composer Ornette Coleman, originally released in 1961. 

The album features a double quartet who play simultaneously - one in each stereo channel. The quartets feature Don Cherry, Scott LaFarro and 
Billy Higgins in the Left channel, and Eric Dolphy, Freddie Hubbard, Charlie Haden, and Ed Blackwell in the Right channel. The album was recorded by Tom Dowd in 1961 and produced by Nesuhi Ertegun. The unique cover art features a die-cut front jacket with the painting "The White Light" by 
Jackson Pollock. 

Part of DOL's "blue" collection on 180g colored vinyl. Pressing with exclusive gatefold jacket with larger die-cut front than the original Atlantic release. ESSENTIAL!! 

The album was one of the first to feature a 2 sided suite. This is; 
Free Jazz parts one and two. 

NEW SEALED import LP on 180g colored vinyl

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