1. Voice Poetry
2. Home Grown
3. Macho Woman
4. Fou Amour
5. European Echoes
Personnel: Ornette Coleman (alto saxophone); Charlie Ellerbee, Bern Nix (guitar); Jamaaladeen Tacuma (bass); Ronald Shannon Jackson, Denardo Coleman (drums).
Recorded at Barclay Studio, Paris, France in 1975.
this is a rhythmically dense yet funky record. not necessarily ornette's most accessible work, however one of my favorites in his "harmolodic" genre.
originally released on artists house in 1976 which is one of those cool 70's labels with a super sweet logo - i really wish i could find an image of it online to post here.
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