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Title: The Shape Of Jazz To Come
Label: Atlantic
# Cat: 1317
Released: 1959
Country: US
FLAC album: 2056 mb
MP3 album: 2311 mb
Rating: 4.6
Genre: Jazz


2Focus On Sanity6:50
4Lonely Woman4:59


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SD 1317, SD-1317 Ornette Coleman The Shape Of Jazz To Come ‎(LP, Album)Atlantic, AtlanticSD 1317, SD-1317 US1959
ATL-5038, 5038Ornette Coleman The Shape Of Jazz To Come ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Atlantic, AtlanticATL-5038, 5038Japan1960
1317Ornette Coleman The Shape Of Jazz To Come ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE)Atlantic1317US1963
CS 1317Ornette Coleman The Shape Of Jazz To Come ‎(Cass, Album)AtlanticCS 1317USUnknown
R1 1317, SD 1317Ornette Coleman The Shape Of Jazz To Come ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180)Rhino Vinyl, AtlanticR1 1317, SD 1317US2015


  • Alto SaxophoneOrnette Coleman
  • CornetDon Cherry
  • Double BassCharlie Haden
  • DrumsBilly Higgins
  • Engineer [Recording]Bones Howe


Released same year in stereo (Category SD 1317).


  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Runout): 11611 AT
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Runout): 11612 AT



The Shape of Jazz to Come - Ornette Coleman. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Страна: США. The Shape of Jazz to Come is the third album by jazz musician Ornette Coleman. Although Coleman initially wished for the album to be titled Focus on Sanity, after one of the songs on the album, it was ultimately titled The Shape of Jazz to Come at the urging of Atlantic producer Nesuhi Ertegun, who felt that the title would give consumers an idea about the uniqueness of the LP. Released on Atlantic Records in 1959, it was his debut on the label and his first album featuring his working quartet. Ornette Coleman's Atlantic debut, The Shape of Jazz to Come, was a watershed event in the genesis of avant-garde jazz, profoundly steering its future course and throwing down a gauntlet that some still haven't come to grips with. The record shattered traditional concepts of harmony in jazz, getting rid of not only the piano player but the whole idea of concretely outlined chord changes. The pieces here follow almost no predetermined harmonic structure, which allows Coleman and partner Don Cherry an unprecedented freedom to take the melodies of their solo lines wherever they felt like. Vervollständigen Sie Ihre Ornette Coleman-Sammlung. Ornette Coleman. Le Jazz De Demain LP, Album, Mono. Atlantic, Atlantic. Diese Version verkaufen. SD 1317. But what sets Ornette Coleman apart from these other musicians of that particular time is his understanding of harmony. The one most important innovation that takes place on his 1959 masterpiece The Shape of Jazz to Come is the lack of chordal structure. While most jazz music relies on a chorded instrument, such as a piano or guitar, Ornette's group, comrpised of Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, and Billy Higgins, did not rely on the significant limitations provided by chorded instruments. Instead, Ornette devised a way of improvising which relied on the soloist as the director. Ornette Coleman - alto saxophone Don Cherry - cornet Charlie Haden - bass Billy Higgins - drums. Songs in album Ornette Coleman - The Shape Of Jazz To Come 1959. Ornette Coleman - Lonely Woman. Ornette Coleman - Eventually. Ornette Coleman - Peace. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Coleman's album titles became more prophetic as they were released. The Shape Of Jazz To Come is a further, but not yet completed, evolution away from harmonic harnesses of the swing and bebop eras. What Coleman did differently with The Shape Of Jazz To Come recorded May 22, 1959 was to do away with even scalar organization, opening up the solo canvas not simply two-dimensionally, but to fully four dimensions. The result to the jazz world was a full assault on two fronts that would eventually pave the way for post bop and fusion and bolder free jazz exploration. On this highly influential 1959 album, Ornette Coleman's unique writing style and idiosyncratic solo language forever changed the jazz landscape. On classics such as Lonely Woman, Congeniality, and Focus on Sanity, Coleman used the tunes' moods and melodic contours, rather than their chords, as a basis for his improvisations. Heard about this via BBC special on the Jazz albums that changed the shape of jazz to come in 1959 now I know why it is one of the albums featured. Listen to this. Read more. Released in 1959, this jazz record by Ornette Coleman alto saxophonist is one of the general jazz classics, and a totally avant-garde record, considered the first free-jazz album of the history, 38 minutes during which Coleman revolutionized jazz with as much force as Miles Davis, the same year, with Kind Of Blue. The Shape Of Jazz To Come, all along its 6 tracks, is a treat, on which Coleman's saxophone is wonderful. Coleman is a pretty underrated jazzman as grandiose as Coltrane, Davis or Mingus. Your feedback for The Shape Of Jazz To Come