Ornette Coleman discography

Discography for jazz saxophonist Ornette Coleman.[1][2]

Discography

As leader

  • Something Else!!!! (Contemporary, 1958)
  • Tomorrow Is the Question! (Contemporary, 1959)
  • The Shape of Jazz to Come (Atlantic, 1959)
  • Change of the Century (Atlantic, 1959)
  • This Is Our Music (Atlantic, 1960)
  • Free Jazz (Atlantic, 1960)
  • Ornette! (Atlantic, 1961)
  • Ornette on Tenor (Atlantic, 1961)
  • The Art of the Improvisers (Atlantic, 1959-61 [1970])
  • Twins (Atlantic, 1961 [1971])
  • To Whom Who Keeps a Record (Atlantic, 1959-60 [1975])
  • Town Hall, 1962 (ESP, 1962)
  • Chappaqua Suite (1965)
  • An Evening with Ornette Coleman (1965)
  • Who's Crazy Vol. 1 & 2 (1965)
  • The Paris Concert (1965)
  • Live at the Tivoli (1965)
  • At the "Golden Circle" Vol. 1 & 2 (Blue Note, 1965)
  • The Empty Foxhole (Blue Note, 1966)
  • The Music of Ornette Coleman - Forms & Sounds (1967)
  • The Unprecedented Music of Ornette Coleman (1968)
  • Live in Milano (1968)
  • New York Is Now! (Blue Note, 1968)
  • Love Call (Blue Note, 1968)
  • Ornette at 12 (Impulse!, 1968)
  • Crisis (1969)
  • Friends and Neighbors: Live at Prince Street (1970)
  • Broken Shadows (Columbia, 1971)
  • Science Fiction (Columbia, 1971)
  • European Concert (1971)
  • The Belgrade Concert (1971)
  • Skies of America (1972)
  • J for Jazz Presents O.C. Broadcasts (1972)
  • Dancing in Your Head (A&M, 1976)
  • Body Meta (Artists House, 1976)
  • Soapsuds, Soapsuds (Artists House, 1977)
  • Of Human Feelings (Antilles, 1982)
  • Opening the Caravan of Dreams (Caravan of Dreams, 1983)
  • Prime Design/Time Design (Caravan of Dreams, 1983)
  • Song X (1986)
  • In All Languages (Caravan of Dreams, 1987)
  • Live at Jazzbuehne Berlin (1988)
  • Virgin Beauty (1988)
  • Naked Lunch (1991)
  • Tone Dialing (Harmolodic/Verve, 1995)
  • Sound Museum: Hidden Man (Harmolodic/Verve, 1996)
  • Sound Museum: Three Women (Harmolodic/Verve, 1996)
  • Colors: Live from Leipzig (Harmolodic/Verve, 1997)
  • Sound Grammar (Sound Grammar, 2006)
  • Croydon Concert (Free Factory, 2008)
  • Live in Paris 1971 (Jazz Row, 2008)
  • The 1987 Hamburg Concert (Ais, 2011)

Compilations

  • Beauty Is a Rare Thing (Rhino/Atlantic, 1995)
  • The Complete Science Fiction Sessions (Columbia, 2000)

As sideman

With Paul Bley

  • Coleman Classics Vol. 1 (Improvising Artists, 1958 [1976])
  • The Fabulous Paul Bley Quintet (America, 1958 [1971])

With Charlie Haden

  • Closeness (Horizon, 1976)

With Joe Henry

  • Scar (Mammoth, 2001)

With Jackie McLean

With Yoko Ono

With Lou Reed

With Gunther Schuller

  • Jazz Abstractions (Atlantic, 1960)

With Jamaaladeen Tacuma

  • Renaissance Man (1984)
  • For the Love of Ornette (2010)

With Bob Thiele

  • Head Start (Flying Dutchman, 1967)

With James Blood Ulmer

References

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