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Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Tony Kofi, Ornette Coleman - For The Love Of Ornette FLAC

Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Tony Kofi, Ornette Coleman - For The Love Of Ornette FLAC

Performer: Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Tony Kofi, Ornette Coleman
Title: For The Love Of Ornette
Country: Germany
Catalog Number: jw090
Label: Jazzwerkstatt
Released: 26 Nov 2010
Style: Free Jazz, Jazz-Rock
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 900

Tracklist

1Journey
Written-By – Tacuma, Ahmad
1:25
2For The Love Of Ornette - Drum & Space - Movement 2
Written-By – Tacuma, Coleman
4:47
3For The Love Of Ornette - Fortworth Funky Stomp - Movement 3
Written-By – Tacuma
5:28
4For The Love Of Ornette - East Wind - Movement 1
Written-By – Tacuma
6:38
5For The Love Of Ornette
Written-By – Tacuma
7:18
6Tacuma Song
Written-By – Coleman
8:28
7Tacuma Song - Celestial Conversations - Movement 1
Written-By – Tacuma
7:54
8Tacuma Song - Celebration On Prince Street - Movement 3
Written-By – Tacuma
5:57
9Tacuma Song - Vibe On This OC - Movement 2
Written-By – Tacuma
3:44

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
JAP-2Jamaaladeen Tacuma For The Love Of Ornette ‎(CD-ROM, Album)Jam-All ProductionsJAP-2North America (inc Mexico)2010
PCD-18642Jamaaladeen Tacuma For The Love Of Ornette ‎(CD, Album)P-Vine RecordsPCD-18642Japan2010
jw10090Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Tony Kofi, Ornette Coleman Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Tony Kofi, Ornette Coleman - For The Love Of Ornette ‎(LP, Album)Jazzwerkstattjw10090Germany2012

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, Other [Wisdom]Ornette Coleman
  • Bass GuitarJamaaladeen Tacuma
  • Co-producer [Associate Producer]Regina Schlitz
  • DesignB. Göge, K. Untiet
  • Drums [Acoustic]Justin Faulkner
  • Drums [Finger Drums]David "Fingers" Haynes
  • Engineer [Assistant]Ryan Kelly
  • Engineer [Re-composing]Paul Urbanek
  • Engineer [Sound]Robert Musso
  • Executive-ProducerUlli Blobel
  • Flute, Instruments [Hojak]Wolfgang Puschnig
  • Liner NotesJamaaladeen Tacuma
  • Mixed By, Edited By [Cut], Mastered ByPaul Urbanek
  • Photography ByBarry Thomson, Regina Schlitz
  • PianoYoichi Uzeki
  • ProducerJamaaladeen Tacuma
  • Tenor SaxophoneTony Kofi
  • Vocals [Spoken Word]Wadud Ahmad

Notes

Recorded at MSR Studios, New York, NY, June 21, 2010
Mixed, cut & mastered at Next Generation Studios, Vienna - July, 2010
Produced for Jam-ALL Productions

Ⓟ+Ⓒ 2010 by jazzwerkstatt
Made in Germany

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 4 250079 758616
  • Barcode (Scanned, EAN_13): 4250079758616
  • Matrix / Runout: [Logo "BOD"] JWKL JW 090
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LL88
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5223
  • Label Code: LC 15217
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • SPARS Code: DDD

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Jazzwerkstatt
  • Copyright (c) – Jazzwerkstatt
  • Produced For – Jam-All Productions
  • Recorded At – MSR Studios
  • Mixed At – Next Generation Studios
  • Mastered At – Next Generation Studios
  • Glass Mastered At – BOD Berlin Optical Disc
  • Designed At – wppt:kommunikation
  • Published By – Jamaaladeen Music
  • Published By – Wadud Ahmad
  • Published By – Phrase Text Music

Album

Tony Kofi, Jamaaladeen Tacuma. Tacuma Song, Movement 1: Celestial Conversations. Despite the 80-year-old Ornette Coleman's advice to the other players here Fellers, can you hear me. Initiated by bass guitarist and 1970s Coleman protege Jamaaladeen Tacuma, it brings together a remarkable bespoke band including British tenor saxist Tony Kofi, Carla Bley's versatile Austrian reeds-player Wolfgang Puschnig, Japanese pianist Yoichi Uzeki, teenage Philadelphia drummer Justin Faulkner and Coleman himself. bluesy tenor-sax groove for a very impressive and relaxed-sounding Kofi. It's a bit thrown together, but very heartwarming. Ornette Coleman. Though led and largely written by electric-bassist Tacuma, this is basically a new Ornette Coleman recording, and a pretty good one too. It's an octet studio session from last year, with Coleman playing alto alongside the UK's Tony Kofi on tenor, and Wolfgang Puschnig on flute. Unusually for Coleman, there's even a pianist, Yoichi Uzeki. The closing sequence is a killer: a spacey ballad, followed by the funky Vibe on This OC, whose riff is reprised in the final Celebration. More about . Alto Saxophone, Other Ornette Coleman Bass Guitar Jamaaladeen Tacuma Drums Justin Faulkner Drums David Fingers Haynes Flute, Instruments Wolfgang Puschnig Tenor Saxophone Tony Kofi Vocals Wadud Ahmad. About this release. Jazzwerkstatt jw090 Germany. Recorded at MSR Studios, New York, NY, June 21, 2010. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Jamaaladeen Tacuma. For the Love of Ornette, 2010. Tacuma Song, 08:28. Now playing: Europe The Final Countdown. Радио Рекорд - 1980-е. Joan Jett I Love Rock 'N Roll with Steve Jones & Paul Cook. Радио Online. Alphaville Forever Young. After Ornette Coleman's former bass player Jamaaladeen Tacuma asked Tony Kofi to come to New York to record on his new album For the Love of Ornette, featuring the great man himself, Tony was inspired to put together this collective of world class musicians who have all been touched and inspired by the music of Ornette Coleman. Expect to hear Coleman's compositions from his classic albums The Shape of Jazz to Come, This is Our Music, Something Else, Tomorrow is the Question and Beauty is a Rare Thing. This gig was presented by Jazz House Nottingham, Nottingham's leading promot. Tacuma Song 8:27. For The Love Of Ornette Fortworth Funky Stomp Movement 3 5:30. Tacuma Song Celestial Conversations Movement 1 7:54. Tacuma Song Vibe On This OC Movement 2 3:46. Personnel: Jamaaladeen Tacuma bass guitar Ornette Coleman alto saxophone Tony Kofi tenor saxophone Wadud Ahmad spoken vocals Wolfgang Puschnig flute Yoichi Izeki piano Justin Faulkner drums. Read full description. See details and exclusions - For the Love of Ornette by Jamaaladeen TacumaTony Kofi. Qty: 1 2 3 4. item 1 Ornette Coleman Jamaaladeen Tacuma - For the Love of Ornette -Ornette Coleman Jamaaladeen Tacuma - For the Love of Ornette. Free postage. item 2 Jamaaladeen Tacuma Bass - For the Love of Ornette -Jamaaladeen Tacuma Bass - For the Love of Ornette. Listen free to Jamaaladeen Tacuma For the Love of Ornette Journey, For the love of Ornette and more. 3 tracks 12:50. 2,124 listeners. Jamaaladeen Tacuma born Rudy McDaniel, June 72nd, 1956 is an American free jazz bassist born in Hempstead, New York, perhaps best known for his albums as bandleader on the Gramavision label and for his work with Ornette Coleman during the 1970s and 1980s particularly in Coleman's Prime Time band. Jamaaladeen's album Jukebox was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1989. The Shape of Jazz to Come - Ornette Coleman. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей

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