℗ 1962 Atlantic Records
 

Twins

Ornette Coleman

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1
First Take
Ornette Coleman
17:03
2
Little Symphony
Ornette Coleman
5:15
3
Monk and the Nun
Ornette Coleman
5:35
4
Check Up
Ornette Coleman
10:10
5
Joy of a Toy
Ornette Coleman
4:35
Total Playing Time    42:38
Twins is an album credited to jazz composer and saxophonist Ornette Coleman, released by Atlantic Records in 1971. The album was assembled without Coleman's input, comprising outtakes from recording sessions of 1959 to 1961 for The Shape of Jazz to Come, This Is Our Music, Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation, and Ornette!

Sessions for "Monk and the Nun" took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California; for "First Take" at A&R Studios in New York City, and all others at Atlantic Studios also in Manhattan. The track "First Take" was a first attempt at "Free Jazz" from the album of the same name.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-5 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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