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  1. Zulkigar
    Mar 01,  · Check out an Ornette Coleman Prime Time live performance from above and then absorb "Street Blues" from Tone Dialing, and tell us what you think in the comments. Facebook Twitter.
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  2. Kagak
    Tone Dialing is an album recorded in by the American jazz composer and saxophonist Ornette Coleman and his Prime Time ensemble. It was released in September by Coleman's Harmolodic record label, in partnership with Verve / bladeterrorzanntegal.infoinfo: Jazz.
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  3. Mikakasa
    Ornette Coleman's first album in several years and first recording for a major label in quite some time features his 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).8/
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  4. Malagami
    Mar 01,  · Street Blues. Coleman's longest-running ensemble also happens to be one of his most widely known. From the mid-'70s through most of the '90s, Prime Time plugged in with electric guitars and a wild vision of funk. At its height, Prime Time performed on Saturday Night Live and packed amphitheaters.
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  5. Kajitaxe
    Feb 14,  · Tone Dialing was the first proper album of (mostly) original Ornette material since Virgin Beauty in , though it strikes more of a 'nomadic cosmopolitan' vibe, if you will, probably befitting the docile mid-'90s of 'world music,' 'Prozac Nation,' the onset of /5(4).
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  6. Arashiktilar
    May 30,  · Ornette Coleman pulls together a Prime Time band with some unfamiliar names. First of all, there's a keyboard player - Dave Bryant. He's not very prominent in the mix, and his sound blends in with guitarists Chris Rosenberg and Ken Wessel (also new names). So, it /5(9).
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  7. Goltigis
    Ornette Coleman's first album in several years and first recording for a major label in quite some time features his 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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  8. Voodoobar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Tone Dialing on Discogs/5(38).
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  9. Kajizilkree
    1 Street Blues 2 Search for Life 3 Guadalupe 4 Bach Prelude 5 Sound Is Everywhere 6 Miguel's Fortune 7 La Capella 8 OAC 9 If I Knew As Much About You (As You Know About Me) 10 When Will I See You Again 11 Kathelin Gray 12 Badal 13 Tone Dialing 14 Family Reunion 15 Local Instinct 16 Ying Yang. Line-up / Musicians. Ornette Coleman (sax, tp, vln)4/5.
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