Ken Vandermark | Max Nagl | Clayton Thomas | Wolfgang Reisinger | c.o.d.e.

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by Ken Vandermark | Max Nagl | Clayton Thomas | Wolfgang Reisinger

compositions of Ornette Colman and Eric Dolphy are specially arranged by the individual band members for this high-energy ensemble.
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. miss ann
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4:09 album only
2. dee dee
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7:40 album only
3. free jazz
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7:34 album only
4. gw
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5:56 album only
5. the madrig speaks, the pather walks
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6:53 album only
6. something sweet, something tender / the sphinx
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7. researching has no limits
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8. hat and beard
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c.o.d.e. is a tribute to two major stars in the history of Jazz: Ornette Coleman (*1930) and Eric Dolphy (1928-1964), both to be heard on the legendary „Free Jazz“ (1960) recording and whose initials give the project its name.
The project can be quite literally described as „global“. The four musicians, who where brought together through the initiative of album producer and Handsemmel Records founder Klaus Nüchtern, come from Europe, the USA and Australia and, for the most part, play together for the first time. To provide a new view of this now “classic” music, Austrians Max Nagl (as) and Wolfgang Reisinger (dr) come together with the much travelled American Ken Vandermark (cl, bcl, ts) and the Australian shooting star Clayton Thomas (b). The eight tracks on the album – four each from Eric Dolphy and Ornette Coleman – were specially arranged by the individual band members for this ensemble.


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