Tone Dialing is an album recorded in 1995 by the American jazz composer and saxophonist Ornette Coleman and his Prime Time ensemble. It was released in September 1995 by Coleman's Harmolodic record label, in partnership with Verve/PolyGram. It was the Harmolodic label's first release, and "the first disc fully devoted to Coleman's music in eight years.
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach (tracks: 4), Ornette Coleman (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 16). Electric Bass – Al McDowell (2). Guitar – Chris Rosenberg (2), Ken Wessel. Photography By – Joe Wittkop. Producer, Drums, Drums – Denardo Coleman. Saxophone, Violin, Trumpet – Ornette Coleman. Tabla, Percussion – Badal Roy. Vocals – Moishe Naim (tracks: 2).
Arranged By – Ornette Coleman (tracks: 4). Art Direction, Design – Mike Mills (2). Bass, Keyboards – Chris Walker (tracks: 2). Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach (tracks: 4), Ornette Coleman (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 16). Keyboards – Dave Bryant (3). Lyrics By – Ornette Coleman (tracks: 2). Mastered By – Tom Lazarus.
Ornette Coleman's first album in several years and first recording for a major label in quite some time features his 1995 version of Prime Time with two guitars, two bassists, son Denardo Coleman on drums and Badal Roy on tables and percussion. In addition the band includes Dave Bryant, Coleman's first keyboardist in decades (although his part is actually fairly minor).
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ORNETTE COLEMAN & PRIME TIME Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download). After these two cuts the idea of this being the Ornette trendy trip-hop album of 95 is cast aside as the band heads into laid back and slightly bizarre Carribean grooves on Guadalupe, and avant-garde sound textures on Miguel's Fortune. One of the most interesting cuts on the album is Bach's Prelude, which opens with a direct reading of one of Bach's better known preludes on guitar before Prime Time takes on the tune with their own brand of almost humorous contrapuntal effects. The result is both sentimental and goofy irreverence at the same time.
Tone Dialing - Студийный альбом от Ornette Coleman, Prime Time. Вышел 26 сентября 1995г. В альбом вошло 16 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:06:00. Ornette ColemanPrime Time. If I Knew as Much About You (as You Know About Me). 02:33. 2. 3.
When the Ornette Coleman quartet opened at the Five Spot Cafe on the Bowery in New York City in 1959, Leonard Bernstein hugged the leader on the bandstand, anointing him the radical chic flavor of the da. .That fearless rule breaker Charles Mingus, for one, who was at the time investigating a parallel principle, got it wrong: "Ornette just pushes the melody out of line here and there. Trouble is he can't play it straight. Harmolodic is also the name of a record company. Tone Dialing" is its first release. Coleman's drummer, manager, producer and son, Denardo, runs the company. Continue reading the main story. Denardo accompanies Ornette just about everywhere: "We have a lot of out of catalogue records and unreleased masters to deal with.
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