Album artwork for Friends and Neighbors: Ornette Live at Prince Street by Ornette Coleman
Album artwork for Friends and Neighbors: Ornette Live at Prince Street by Ornette Coleman
Album artwork for Friends and Neighbors: Ornette Live at Prince Street by Ornette Coleman

Part of the Flying Dutchman Jazz Classics series, delivering classic and rare albums from this important label. All feature the original artwork and new sleeve notes and are taken from original source tapes with bonus tracks where available. This is an unusual album in Ornette Coleman s catalogue, and one most critics passed by. It provides a special insight into the free jazz pioneer's way of working in the early 70s. It was recorded at Coleman's large loft space in downtown New York, where many experimental musicians, locked out of playing established venues, were inspired, so allowing a whole scene to flourish. The music is a romp, with Ornette playing trumpet as well as saxophone. His quartet, which featured second saxophonist Dewey Redman alongside long term cohorts Ed Blackwell and Charlie Haden, proved to be the perfect foil for this short set.

Ornette Coleman

Friends and Neighbors: Ornette Live at Prince Street

Flying Dutchman
Album artwork for Friends and Neighbors: Ornette Live at Prince Street by Ornette Coleman
LP +

$29.99$24.99

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White
Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 250 copies
Released 08/25/2023Catalog Number

HIQLP116RT

Ornette Coleman

Friends and Neighbors: Ornette Live at Prince Street

Flying Dutchman
Album artwork for Friends and Neighbors: Ornette Live at Prince Street by Ornette Coleman
LP +

$29.99$24.99

saleexclusive
White
Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 250 copies
Released 08/25/2023Catalog Number

HIQLP116RT

Part of the Flying Dutchman Jazz Classics series, delivering classic and rare albums from this important label. All feature the original artwork and new sleeve notes and are taken from original source tapes with bonus tracks where available. This is an unusual album in Ornette Coleman s catalogue, and one most critics passed by. It provides a special insight into the free jazz pioneer's way of working in the early 70s. It was recorded at Coleman's large loft space in downtown New York, where many experimental musicians, locked out of playing established venues, were inspired, so allowing a whole scene to flourish. The music is a romp, with Ornette playing trumpet as well as saxophone. His quartet, which featured second saxophonist Dewey Redman alongside long term cohorts Ed Blackwell and Charlie Haden, proved to be the perfect foil for this short set.