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Word From Bird - Pat Metheny / Ornette Coleman - Song X: Twentieth Anniversary (CD, Album)

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  • Vojin says:
    En Pat Metheny se reunió con Ornette Coleman y en dos días (bajo presión de nuevo contrato con nueva disquera para el guitarrista) grabaron piezas que conformarían un clásico para la historia del jazz: Song X, la producción más vanguardista de Metheny, y a la vez la más jazzy de Coleman. Música como nuca antes se había hecho.
  • Akinorg says:
    Released in , Song X was Pat Metheny's first recording for the Geffen label. After a prosperous career with ECM, Metheny realized a lifelong dream by collaborating with Ornette Coleman. (He had previously collaborated with both bassist Charlie Haden (an Ornette alumnus), and drummer Jack DeJohnette.A second drummer, Denardo Coleman, was added for this session and adds .
  • Kagar says:
    Sep 23,  · T wo decades ago, some 15 years after he had started on his journey to being one of the biggest-selling jazz-fusion crossover stars in the business, guitarist Pat Metheny made Song X with.
  • Zulubar says:
    Song X is a collaborative studio album by American jazz guitarist Pat Metheny and saxophonist Ornette Coleman. It is a free jazz record that was produced in a three-day recording session in The album features mutual Metheny/Coleman collaborator Charlie Haden on bass, Jack DeJohnette on drums, and Coleman's son Denardo on various.
  • Mushicage says:
    Label: Nonesuch - • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Free Jazz Pat Metheny / Ornette Coleman - Song X: Twentieth Anniversary (, CD) | Discogs5/5(1).
  • Digis says:
    contemporary classic As the new compositions prove, This is an Ornette Coleman rec not a Metheny one with OC guesting, the improvement in sound is fine, the older tracks benefit from this clarity yrs on and still bracing stuff, one can hear even nore in this music today! excellent.
  • Mezijora says:
    PAT METHENY/ORNETTE COLEMAN Song X Nonesuch. Two very different jazz heroes learn to get along brilliantly. In , cool-lite guitarist Pat Metheny surprised his detractors not by hooking up with saxophonist Ornette Coleman but by inducing the free-jazz godfather to cut his jazziest album since the '60s--and by wailing some himself.
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  • Kigakora says:
    Format: CD, Year: , Label: Nonesuch (), Barcode: , Length:

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