℗ 1962 Atlantic Records
 

Ornette On Tenor

Ornette Coleman

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1
Cross Breeding
Ornette Coleman
11:17
2
Mapa
Ornette Coleman
9:05
3
Enfant
Ornette Coleman
6:26
4
EOS
Ornette Coleman
6:35
5
Ecars
Ornette Coleman
7:35
Total Playing Time    40:58
"Coleman has scored another major success with this album. Most of the space is devoted to improvisation, but there are also several provocative compositions."
- Downbeat Magazine

Ornette on Tenor is the eighth album by the American jazz composer and saxophonist Ornette Coleman, released in 1962 on Atlantic Records, his sixth and final one for the label. It features Coleman playing tenor saxophone rather than his usual alto, and bassist Jimmy Garrison before he joined the John Coltrane Quartet.

This would be the last record by the Coleman Quartet started in the 1950s; he would disband this group and form the Coleman Trio later in the year. Recording sessions took place on March 22 and 27, 1961, at Atlantic Studios in New York City.
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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