Change of the Century
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|Change of the Century|
|Studio album by Ornette Coleman|
|Ornette Coleman chronology|
|The Rolling Stone Album Guide|||
Change of the Century is the fourth studio album by jazz saxophonist Ornette Coleman, released on Atlantic Records in 1960, his second for the label. Recording sessions for the album took place on October 8 and 9, 1959, at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California. Two outtakes from the sessions, "Music Always" and "The Circle with the Hole in the Middle," were later released on the 1970s compilations To Whom Who Keeps A Record and The Art of the Improvisers, respectively.
- All compositions by Ornette Coleman
|3.||"The Face of the Bass"||October 8||6:59|
|2.||"Bird Food"||October 8||5:31|
|3.||"Una Muy Bonita"||October 8||6:02|
|4.||"Change of the Century"||October 8||4:41|
- Ornette Coleman — alto saxophone
- Don Cherry — pocket trumpet
- Charlie Haden — bass
- Billy Higgins — drums
- DeCurtis, Anthony; Henke, James; George-Warren, Holly, eds. (1992). The Rolling Stone Album Guide (3rd ed.). Random House. ISBN 0679737294.
- Cox, Christoph; Warner, Daniel (2004). Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music. Continuum. ISBN 0826416144.
- Change of the Century at Acclaimed Music (list of accolades)
- Change of the Century at Discogs (list of releases)
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