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Old 06.11.2015, 09:47 PM   #8
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Oh damn. Yes this is very sad indeed.

One of two jazz musicians who I felt artistically and intellectually unqualified to listen to for many years before finally digging into his iconic discography (the other was Thelonous Monk).

I still feel that claiming to understand or fully grasp Coleman's music would be hubris. He was a true pioneer of experimental music, and one of the founding fathers of the musical avante grade.

He will, of course, be missed.
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