[JPL] Ornette Coleman's Liner Notes

Rick McLaughlin rick at rickmclaughlin.com
Thu Apr 27 22:34:17 EDT 2006


No, and sorry for the major change of subject, but if someone could explain
the liner notes to Barry Altschul's "You Can't Name Your Own Tune," I
wouldn't mind...

Rick

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Has anyone read Ornette Coleman's liner notes for the Odean Pope CD "Locked
& Loaded?" I got it.......I think. For a moment I thought someone slipped
something in my orange juice. Has anyone ever interviewed him? If so, how
did it go?
   
  Jae Sinnett

		
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