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Par frenchjazzfan MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 30 novembre 2005
Format: CD
Un album extraordinaire peut-être un des tout meilleur d' Ornette.
Ornette a trouvé avec ce quartet la formation idéale pour propulser sa musique vers les plus hautes sphères. Un des chefs d' oeuvre d' une démarche totalement originale et décalée comme le jazz en a peu connu.
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Par Etatcritique TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 19 août 2010
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Petit chef-d'œuvre.
Si vous n'avez jamais entendu d'Ornette, ne vous précipitez pas forcément.
Entre décalages, fulgurances et flux acides, ça peut paraître inécoutable la première fois et puis, si l'on s'ouvre à l'intelligence musicale et à la sensibilité d'écorché vif de ce souffleur de trompette en plastique, on entre alors dans ses compositions « harmolodiques » d'une autre galaxie jazz.
Si vous en avez marre de musique facile, voici l'inverse!
Un disque que l'on garde même si on ne l'écoute pas fréquemment, car l'on sent, l'on discerne, qu'il s'agit d'un grand opus.
Sans concession. Exigeant. Grand.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ornette reunited with Ed Blackwell 8 juillet 2003
Par Autonomeus - Publié sur Amazon.com
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"This Is Our Music" is one of the essential discs Ornette Coleman recorded for Atlantic from 1959 to 1961, and the most important thing about it is that it reunites Ornette with Ed Blackwell for the first time on record. Blackwell was the first drummer to collaborate in making Ornette's music, and played a critical role, but was not able to play on the first several albums. Billy Higgins is a phenomenal drummer, and added something special of his own to "The Shape of Jazz to Come" and "Change of the Century," but Blackwell's New Orleans polyrhythms are documented for the first time with "This Is Our Music."

As the story goes, Ornette, from Ft. Worth, was touring the South with an R&B band. Some locals objected to his innovative style, beat him up, and threw his tenor off a hill, leaving him stranded in New Orleans in 1949. He stayed with a friend's family for several months, borrowing his friend's brother's horn so he could practice while he tried to secure another gig. It was during that time that he met Ed Blackwell, and they played together as Ornette first developed his innovative style. Later in the mid-50s they were both in L.A., and played together, practicing Ornette's large and growing number of compositions, along with Don Cherry and Charlie Haden.

It takes some effort to piece together the chronology of Ornette's recordings, and so here is the list of the Atlantic records (the first two on Contemporary, "Something Else!" and "Tomorrow Is the Question" were compromises, not featuring Ornette's regular band):

The Shape of Jazz to Come -- recorded 5/22/59, released October, 1959
Change of the Century -- recorded 10/8-9/59, released June, 1960
This Is Our Music -- recorded 7/19, 7/26, 8/2/60, released February, 1961
Free Jazz -- recorded 12/21/60, released September, 1961
Ornette! -- recorded 1/31/61, released February, 1962
Ornette On Tenor -- recorded 3/22, 3/27/61, released December, 1962

Blackwell played drums on the last two dates, "Ornette!" and "Ornette on Tenor," and both Blackwell and Higgins played on "Free Jazz," with a double quartet. One of the tracks on "Ornette!" features a long Blackwell solo. Higgins, with a solid background in swing and bop, went on to play with many a jazz leader over the years. Blackwell was always associated with Ornette, playing with him later in the 1960s, and then forming "Old and New Dreams" with Don Cherry, Charlie Haden and Dewey Redman in the 1970s to play music that extended the Coleman Quartet in the direction of pan-African styles. Cherry and Blackwell made two excellent duet albums as well, "Mu" in 1969 (see my review) and "El Corazon" in 1982. Ed Blackwell, who suffered from kidney disease and underwent kidney dialysis for many years, died in 1992. Don Cherry died in 1995.

Anyone who decides that they seriously dig Ornette's music should save up and get "Beauty Is a Rare Thing," a 6-disc box that contains ALL the Atlantic recordings, not only the 6 original releases, but all the additional tracks that were collected in the later "Art of Improvisers" (released in 1970) and "Twins" (released in 1971), as well as tracks that were released only in Japan and some that were never released in any form. The summer 1960 sessions with Blackwell that produced "This Is Our Music" include more rare and never-before-heard tracks than any of the other dates. (A warehouse fire in 1976 destroyed tapes of additional Atlantic sessions, perhaps twice as much material as was saved.) The 70-page booklet, with great black-and-white photos, includes a 28-page essay by Robert Palmer, which is my source for much of the above information.

One further note to those interested in Ornette -- start with "Free Jazz" at your peril. It is the most difficult of his recordings, not his most successful, and should be heard only after hearing his fantastic quartet sessions. Personally, I recommend beginning with "The Shape of Jazz to Come" with Billy Higgins and "This Is Our Music" with Ed Blackwell.

Peace.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 a great work available for a new generation 8 avril 2002
Par Pen Name? - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ornette Coleman was the first artist to really get me interested in jazz. I already had Kind of Blue and a couple Coltrane albums before I encountered Free Jazz, but was not too interested in the genre. Coleman changed that for me. This cd is representative of Coleman's work in the late 50s and early 60s which to me were the height of his brilliant career (also the height for a great many others, as well.) This album, for me, has a very similar vibe to Tomorrow is The Question and is just as good. I'm pretty sure this is the first place you'll find Coleman's quartet playing on a standard, "Embraceable You", which is excellently done, and very distinct from any other rendition I've heard.
Some jazz fans may be scared off by Coleman's association with the "free jazz" labeling, expecting chaos and lack of structure, but Coleman's improvisation is heavily rooted within a solid structure. The higher pitched playing of Don Cherry may take some getting used to, but all in all, this cd is an excellent representation of Coleman's work and deserves a place amongst the many landmark recordings of the era.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I Finally Found It! 12 octobre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This CD contains some of Ornette Coleman's best work on Atalantic Records. This album is not unavailible, because it is included in the "Bueaty is a Rare Thing" Box set. But, that is the only place in America you can find it! For listeners that enjoy the interplay between Don Cherry-Trumpet, Ed Blackwell-Drums Ornette Coleman-Sax(Alto)and Charlie Haden-Bass on Ornette's other early Atalantic albums should really invest in this one! Also, the original cover art for this album is one of the coolest in jazz history!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 as always Ornette is amazing 28 mai 2000
Par teresa ruggles - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
i just picked this record up today on vinyl and i am not disappointed. i have most of the stuff on Atlantic Records but this is one that has not been available in a while. If you are familiar with Ornette's music then you are familiar with his classic quartet. if you are not familiar with Ornette's music and want to expand your ear then give this or any of his early Atlantic recordings a try.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is some incredible music. 25 octobre 2000
Par david marsalek - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I originally picked this hot number up on vinyl because I thought is wasn't around on CD. Well, here it is and go buy it...as fast as you can. <Here's why> Firstly, the cover art is compelling, with the quartet's members standing there in suits, looking straight at you. They were definately pissed at the music scene then, and this album delivers their confidence with authority. They look like some badass mo' fo's! For all Ornette Coleman fans, this is a must. If you own Art of the Improvisers, you will notice 4 tunes that came from this session (This is our Music) and it's some of the sweetest post-bop ever recorded. There must have been something in the air that day on July 26th, 1961, because the interplay, connectivity, emotion, and prowess are all there. All of the tunes are Coleman originals except their version of "Embracable You" which remarkably sticks with Gershwin's chord changes. There are few numbers which just cook and others that go the opposite direction and are powerful ballads. All in all, I can't speak enough of this album, it just rules! Definately at the top of my Coleman list, and that's a pretty intense list with albums such as these in my collection: Shape of Jazz to Come, Change of the Century, Free Jazz, Stockholm vol's, and others. Finally, as a drummer, I am totally taken by Eddie Blackwell's command of the set and his melodic drumming style. I am currently studying Blackwell in this album's setting. A must buy..."free jazz at its best"!!!
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