Ornette Coleman - Something Else
Ornette Coleman - Something Else
Ornette Coleman - Something Else
Ornette Coleman - Something Else
Ornette Coleman - Something Else
Ornette Coleman - Something Else
Ornette Coleman - Something Else
Ornette Coleman - Something Else
Ornette Coleman - Something Else
Ornette Coleman - Something Else

Ornette Coleman - Something Else

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Alto Saxophone - Ornette Coleman [click here to see more vinyl featuring Ornette Coleman]

Bass – Don Payne

Drums – Billy Higgins

Piano – Walter Norris

Trumpet – Don Cherry

Written by Ornette Coleman


 

1LP, Stoughton Printing old-style tip-on jackets

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Quality Record Pressings

Label : Craft Recordings Contemporary Records Acoustic Sounds Series

Original Label : Contemporary

Recorded February 10, 22 & March 24, 1958 at Contemporary's Studio

Engineered by Roy DuNann

Produced by Lester Koenig

Mastered and lacquer cut by Bernie Grundman at Bernie Grundman Mastering

Design by Guidi, Tri-Arts

Liner Notes by Nat Hentoff

Photography by Walter Zurlinden

Originally released in September 1958

Reissued in July 2023

 

Tracks:

Side A:

  1. Invisible
  2. The Blessing
  3. Jayne
  4. Chippie

Side B:

  1. The Disguise
  2. Angel Voice
  3. Alpha
  4. When Will the Blues Leave?
  5. The Sphinx

          Reviews :

          “This 1958 debut recording by the Ornette Coleman Quintet, which featured Coleman on his trademark white plastic alto, Don Cherry on trumpet, Billy Higgins on drums, Walter Norris on piano, and Don Payne on bass, shook up the jazz world -- particularly those musicians and critics who had entered the hard bop era with such verve and were busy using the blues as a way of creating vast solo spaces inside tight and short melody lines. Something Else!!!! is anathema to that entire idea, and must have sounded like it came from outer space at the time. First, Coleman's interest was in pitch, not "being in tune." His use of pitch could take him all over -- and outside of -- a composition, as it does on "Invisible," which begins in D flat. The intervals are standard, but the melodic component of the tune -- despite its hard bop tempo -- is, for the most part, free. But what is most compelling is evident in abundance here and on the next two tunes, "The Blessing" and "Jayne": a revitalization of the blues as it expressed itself in jazz. Coleman refurbished the blues framework, threaded it through his jazz without getting rid of its folk-like, simplistic milieu. In other words, the groove Coleman was getting here was a people's groove that only confounded intellectuals at the time. Coleman restored blues to their "classic" beginnings in African music and unhooked their harmonies. Whether the key was D flat, A, G, whatever, Coleman revisited the 17- and 25-bar blues. There are normal signatures, however, such as "Chippie" in F and in eight-bar form, and "The Disguise" is in D, but in a strange 13-bar form where the first and the last change places, altering the talking-like voice inherent in the melodic line. But the most important thing about Something Else! was that, in its angular, almost totally oppositional way, it swung and still does; like a finger-poppin' daddy on a Saturday night, this record swings from the rafters of the human heart with the most unusually gifted, emotional, and lyrical line since Bill Evans first hit the scene.” AllMusic Review by Thom Jurek


           

          Ratings :

          AllMusic : 4.5 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.83 / 5

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