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Ornette Coleman / Don Cherry / Kenny Dorham - Lenox School Of Jazz Concert 1959 (1990)

Исполнитель: Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Kenny Dorham
Название альбома: Lenox School Of Jazz Concert 1959
Год выпуска: 1990, Royal Jazz ‎– RJD 513
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The concert was a benefit for the Lenox School of Jazz, a program for creative musicians that took place each summer from 1957-1960 and was established by pianist and composer John Lewis, founding member of the Modern Jazz Quartet, at a time when he was serving as musical director for the Monterey Jazz Festivals. The Lenox School of Jazz was unusually progressive in that the faculty consisted mainly of established composers and improvisers along with noteworthy innovators. The first two tracks are credited to the Max Roach-John Lewis Ensemble, in which saxophonist Ornette Coleman and trumpeter Don Cherry interacted with yet-to-be-recognized artists like 21-year-old pianist Steve Kuhn, who worked with trumpeter Kenny Dorham during this period. Intriguingly, the pianist who played with Dorham's octet at this event was Ran Blake, who was destined for a lengthy career as one of the music's monumentally inspired introverts. Dorham's steamy hard bop "D.C. Special" stems directly from his earlier work with Charlie Parker and Art Blakey, as well as the Max Roach Quintet with which he had worked from 1956 to 1958. (Among Dorham's other notable accomplishments in 1959 was his appearance in two French films: Les Liaisons Dangereuses and Un Temoin Dans la Ville.)
With admirable fortitude, the Bill Evans/Jim Hall/Connie Kay Ensemble may be heard negotiating the intricate changes of "Monk's Sphere" and "Jingles." These works, along with "The Sphinx" and "Inn Tube," as well as "Lone Ranger and the Great Horace Silver" as played by the Gunther Schuller Ensemble may serve as a prologue to the 1960 Atlantic album Jazz Abstractions, a John Lewis-produced compendium of Schuller & Hall compositions that is most memorable for having brought Eric Dolphy and Ornette Coleman together over a compelling set of Monk variations. Aside from the first two titles, Ornette's only recorded appearances at the Lenox benefit in 1959 are tracks 9-11, presented by the Herb Pomeroy Ensemble which included young Ian Underwood, a sax and flute player who in the late '60s would enlist with Frank Zappa as a member of the Mothers of Invention. Underwood is also heard with multi-instrumentalist Jimmy Giuffre on tracks 6 and 7. Another surprise cameo in this mixed bag of modern delights is clarinetist Perry Robinson, who plays with the Schuller group on track 8.
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1. The Sphinx
Composed By – O. Coleman 6:30
2. Inn Tune
Composed By – M. Guryan 3:13
3. D.C. Special
Composed By – K. Dorham 4:47
4. Monk´s Sphere
Composed By – M. Guryan 4:20
5. Jingles
Composed By – Wes Montgomery 3:25
6. Stratusphunk
Composed By – G. Russell 4:35
7. Ray´s Time
Composed By – J. Giuffre 5:15
8. Lone Ranger And The Great Horace Silver
Composed By – G. Schuller 5:20
9. To Thee, O Asphodel
Composed By – B. Freedman 2:04
10. Paul´s Pal
Composed By – S. Rollins 4:07
11. Blue Grass
Composed By – D. Kent 5:48

Recorded at Berkshire Music Barn, Lenox School Of Jazz, Lenox, Massachusetts, August 29, 1959.

Alto Saxophone – Lenny Popkin (tracks: 9 to 11), Ornette Coleman (tracks: 1, 2, 9 to 11)
Alto Saxophone, Flute – Ian Underwood (tracks: 9 to11)
Baritone Saxophone – Unknown Artist (tracks: 3)
Bass – John Keyser (tracks: 9 to 11), Larry Ridley (tracks: 1, 2), Unknown Artist (tracks: 3)
Drums – Barry Greenspan (tracks: 1, 2), Paul Cohen (8) (tracks: 9 to 11), Unknown Artist (tracks: 3)
Piano – David McKay (tracks: 9 to 11), Ron Brown (6) (tracks: 1, 2), Steve Kuhn (tracks: 1, 2), Ran Blake (tracks: 3)
Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy Giuffre (traks: 6, 7), Ted Carter (tracks: 9 to 11)
Trombone – Herb Gardner (tracks: 9 to 11), Unknown Artist (tracks: 3)
Trombone, Bass Trombone – David Baker (3) (tracks: 9 to 11), Kent McGarity (tracks: 1, 2)
Trumpet – Don Cherry (tracks: 1, 2), Herb Pomeroy (tracks: 9 to 11), Kenny Dorham (tracks: 3), Tony Greenwald (tracks: 9 to 11), Al Kiger
Vibraphone – Gary McFarland (tracks: 9 to 11)



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