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Ornette's Lonely Woman- your favorite version


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Is this the track from Shape of jazz to come?? If it is, I had no idea of any other version. I know there is another tune of the same name. By Horace Silver?? Anyways, I love Ornette's Lonley Women!

Yes, this is the track from "Shape of jazz to come". Not the same tune as the Horace Silver tune from "Song for my father".

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Beside original version on "The Shape Of Jazz To Come", the one from this album is one of the best IMO.

It is a trio with John Lindberg on bass and Thurman Barker on drums.

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Also Lester Bowie has a hilarious rendition on this album.

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I also second the Naked City one. That whole album is a classic Zorn, cover and all.

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Is this the track from Shape of jazz to come?? If it is, I had no idea of any other version. I know there is another tune of the same name. By Horace Silver?? Anyways, I love Ornette's Lonley Women!

Yes, this is the track from "Shape of jazz to come". Not the same tune as the Horace Silver tune from "Song for my father".

MG

What the fuck is this? dont fuck with me

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Is this the track from Shape of jazz to come?? If it is, I had no idea of any other version. I know there is another tune of the same name. By Horace Silver?? Anyways, I love Ornette's Lonley Women!

Yes, this is the track from "Shape of jazz to come". Not the same tune as the Horace Silver tune from "Song for my father".

MG

What the fuck is this? dont fuck with me

Ornette, dude. Chill.

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