The Jazz Record Art Collective Celebrates the Music of Ornette Coleman in Chicago

English: American jazz saxophonist Ornette Coleman

Source: Bleader.

Since September 2013, Chris Anderson, a former floor manager at the Green Mill, has been organizing a monthly series that invites local jazz musicians to assemble new groups in order to play a classic and/or overlooked album in its entirety. During its run, his Jazz Record Art Collective project has expanded its range: though the bulk of the albums celebrated have been hard bop at their core, other installments have explored free jazz or more fusion-oriented work. The next concert is on Wednesday, February 1, when a newly convened quartet called Garden of Souls performs two albums by Ornette Coleman at the Fulton Street Collective.

Taran’s Free Jazz Hour Podcast 04/2017

English: Joe McPhee, moers festival 2010

Source: Taran’s Free Jazz Hour.

in Layers: Onno Gogvaert, Dr/ Marcelo Dos Reis, G/ Luis Vincente, Tpt/ Kristjan Martinsson, P

Peace: Satoko Fuji Orchestra Tokyo

Naca: Tony Cattano: Trombone and Compositions Emanuele Parrini: Violin Matteo Anelli: Double-bass Andrea Melani: Drums

Bad Habits: Christian Ferlaino: Alto Saxophone

Dst: IL Sistema Periodico: Alberto Collodel: Clarinets/ Simone Di Benedetto: Double Bass

Conspire: Free Jazz Posse

Jonathan Lindhorst
Limerance: Jon Lindhorst, Sax, Comp/ Ryan Butlar, G/ Dan Fortin, B/ Nico Dann, Dr/ Aaron Shragge, Tp, Skhi

Frank Kimbrough
Solstice: Frank Kimbrough, P/ Jay Anderson, B/ Jeff Hirshfield, Dr

Maddalena Ghezzi
Fuwah: Maddalena Ghezzi, Vo/ Luca Pissavini, B

Plumes Quartet: Pierrick Menuau, Ts: Nicolas Rousserie, G/ Cédric Piromalli, Oargan/ Arnaud Lechantre, Dr

Adam Schneit
Light Shines in: Adam Schneit, Ts, Cl/ Sean Moran (Guitar), Eivind Opvik (Bass), and Kenny Wollesen (Drums)

Flowers: Joe Mcphee, Also Sax