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Ornette Coleman at New York City’s Town Hall

Gary Giddins writes it up in the new New Yorker, though strangely enough, he doesn’t mention Coleman’s previous, somewhat legendary appearance there in 1962. The lately-revived ESP label lists the 1962 album as a new reissue for this month.

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