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Charlie Haden

Charlie Haden
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Charles Edward "Charlie" Haden (August 6, 1937 – July 11, 2014) was an American jazz double bass player, known for his long association with saxophonist Ornette Coleman, pianist Keith Jarrett, and his Liberation Music Orchestra, a group he co-led with pianist Carla Bley.
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Charlie Haden Liberation Music Orchestra — Not in Our Name Charlie Haden Liberation Music Orchestra — Not in Our Name
(Verve B0004949-02, 2005, CD)
Alice Coltrane — Translinear Light Alice Coltrane — Translinear Light
(Verve B0002191-02, 2004, CD)
Ginger Baker Trio — Falling off the Roof Ginger Baker Trio — Falling off the Roof
(Atlantic 2900-2, 1996, CD)
Ginger Baker Trio — Going Back Home Ginger Baker Trio — Going Back Home
(Atlantic 82652-2, 1994, CD)
Pat Metheny / Ornette Coleman — Song X Pat Metheny / Ornette Coleman — Song X
(Geffen Records GHS 24096, 1986, LP)
Pat Metheny / Ornette Coleman — Song X: Twentieth Anniversary Pat Metheny / Ornette Coleman — Song X: Twentieth Anniversary
(Nonesuch 79918-2, 1986/2005, CD)
Alice Coltrane — Eternity Alice Coltrane — Eternity
(Warner Bros BS 2916, 1976, LP)
Keith Jarrett — Birth Keith Jarrett — Birth
(Wounded Bird WOU 1612, 1972/2001, CD)
Ornette Coleman — The Complete Science Fiction Sessions Ornette Coleman — The Complete Science Fiction Sessions
(Columbia C2K 63569, 1972/2000, 2CD)
Alice Coltrane — Lord of Lords Alice Coltrane — Lord of Lords
(Impulse! AS-9224, 1972, LP)
Keith Jarrett — The Mourning of a Star Keith Jarrett — The Mourning of a Star
(Wounded Bird WOU 1596, 1971/2001, CD)
The Ornette Coleman Double Quartet — Free Jazz The Ornette Coleman Double Quartet — Free Jazz
(Rhino Records R2 75208, 1961/1998, CD)
Ornette Coleman — Twins Ornette Coleman — Twins
(Atlantic SD 1588, 1961/1971, LP)
Charlie Haden / Egberto Gismonti — In Montreal Charlie Haden / Egberto Gismonti — In Montreal
(*, 0, CD)

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