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Opening the Caravan of Dreams

Opening the Caravan of Dreams
Studio album by Ornette Coleman
Released 1985
Genre Jazz-Funk
Free jazz
Length 36:21
Label Caravan Of Dreams Productions
Ornette Coleman chronology

Of Human Feelings
(1982)
Opening the Caravan of Dreams
(1985)
Prime Design/Time Design
(1985)
Professional ratings
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Opening the Caravan of Dreams is an album by Ornette Coleman and his Prime Time ensemble.

Track listing

Side A

  1. "To Know What To Know" – 8:03
  2. "Harmolodic-Bebop" – 6:17
  3. "Sex Spy" – 5:43

Side B

  1. "City Living" – 6:15
  2. "Seethru" – 4:35
  3. "Compute" – 9:01

Personnel

  • Denardo Coleman – Drums
  • Ornette Coleman – Alto Saxophone
  • Charlie Ellerbie – Guitar
  • Sabir Kamal – Drums
  • Albert MacDowell – Bass
  • Bern Nix – Guitar
  • Jamaaladeen Tacuma – Bass
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