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Ornette Coleman - Sound Grammar (2006)

22-03-2016, 16:29
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: Sound Grammar
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Sound Grammar
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Free Jazz
Quality: FLAC (log,tracks+cue)
Total Time: 0:59:18
Total Size: 411 Mb


1. Intro 01:15
2. Jordan 06:32
3. Sleep Talking 08:55
4. Turnaround 04:07
5. Matador 05:57
6. Waiting For You 06:50
7. Call To Duty 05:34
8. Once Only 09:41
9. Song X 10:22

Bass – Gregory Cohen, Tony Falanga
Drums, Percussion – Denardo Coleman
Saxophone, Violin, Trumpet, Written-By – Ornette Coleman

Sound Grammar was recorded in Germany in front of a live audience in October of 2005 with his new quartet -- Greg Cohen (bass), Denardo Coleman (drums and percussion), Tony Falanga (bass), and Ornette (alto, violin, trumpet) -- it's the first "new" product from Coleman in ten years. That said, with the exception of "Song X," the last song on the program, the other five tunes are new, seemingly written just for this band. The use of two bassists here is not only a rhythmic consideration, but a sonorous one. Cohen picks his bass, while Falanga bows his. This heavy bottom and full middle, as it were, leave room for Denardo to interact with his father. While one can make somewhat logical comparisons to Coleman's At the "Golden Circle" in Stockholm recordings on Blue Note from four decades ago with Charles Moffett and David Izenzon, these are only logistical. This time out, Coleman's band is rooted deeply in modal blues -- check the slow yet intense "Sleep Talking." The intensity level is there but it's far from overwhelming, since this band plays together as one. Nothing is wasted, either in the heads of these pieces or in the solos. This band plays together literally as one, no matter what's happening. Listen to the interplay between the basses on "Turnaround," as Coleman finds his unique place in blowing the blues and melding harmolodically with his instantly identifiable lyric sound. As all these sounds blend together, they become, in their order to one another, grammar. And each member finds a unique place in the conversation in this ordered sonic universe. --Thom Jurek

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