Liberation Music Orchestra is a band and jazz album by Charlie Haden released in 1970, Haden's first as leader.
A fascinating reissue that comfortably straddles the lines of jazz, folk, and world music, working up a storm by way of a jazz protest album that points toward the Spanish Civil War in particular and the Vietnam War in passing. Haden leads the charge and contributes material, but the real star here may in fact be Carla Bley, who arranged numbers, wrote several, and contributed typically brilliant piano work.
Charlie Haden & The Liberation Music Orchestra – Nkosi Sikelel I Afrika. Charlie Haden, Liberation Music Orchestra – Sandino. Charlie Haden 1989 Montreal Tapes with the Liberation Music Orchestra – 04 We Shall Overcome. Charlie Haden & Liberation Music Orchestra – Blue In Green (Live en Belgique 2. 8:17. Charlie Haden Liberation Music Orchestra – Blue In Green. Charlie Haden & Liberation Music Orchestra – 1. La Pasionaria. Charlie Haden - Liberation Music Orchestra (1969) – El Quinto Reqimiento-Los Cuatr. 4:02.
Formed by bassist Charlie Haden in 1969 to protest America's war in Vietnam/Indochina, the Liberation Music Orchestra has reconvened roughly every ten years to record musical protest in the face of major injustices. Time/Life: Song for the Whales and Other Beings was inspired by concern at global ecological destruction, and to that end the music has a pervasive melancholy colored by the LMO's signature lyricism, and broken up by stirring collective and individual passages. Two live tracks recorded at the 2011 Jazz Middleheim Festival in Belgium feature Haden, who would pass away in 2014 before the record's completion; while Steve Swallow brings his distinctive electric bass sound to the three studio tracks written by Carla Bley-the LMO's pianist and arranger since the first LMO incarnation.
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Liberation Music Orchestra is a band and jazz album by Charlie Haden released in 1970, Haden's first as leader. Other tracks on the album include Ornette Coleman's "War Orphans", which Haden had played with Coleman in 1967, three pieces by Carla Bley, who also contributed much of the arranging, two of Haden's own compositions, one dedicated to Che Guevara and one inspired by the 1968 National Convention of the . Democratic Party: "After the minority plank on Vietnam was defeated in a vote taken on the convention floor, the California and New York delegations spontaneously began to sing 'We Shall Overcome' in protest.
|2||Song Of The United Front|
|3||El Quinto Regimiento (The Fifth Regiment)|
|4||Los Cuatro Generales (The Four Generals)|
|5||Viva La Quince Brigada (Long Live The Fifteenth Brigade)|
|6||The Ending To The First Side|
|7||Song For Ché|
|9||The Interlude (Drinking Music)|
|10||Circus '68 '69|
|11||We Shall Overcome|
|AS-9183||Charlie Haden||Liberation Music Orchestra (LP, Album, Gat)||Impulse!||AS-9183||US||1970|
|3C064 92484||Charlie Haden||Liberation Music Orchestra (LP, Album, Gat)||Impulse!||3C064 92484||Italy||1972|
|IMP 11882, 051 188-2||Charlie Haden||Liberation Music Orchestra (CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)||Impulse!, Impulse!||IMP 11882, 051 188-2||Europe||Unknown|
|UCCU-6182||Charlie Haden||Liberation Music Orchestra (CD, Album, RE, RM, SHM)||Impulse!||UCCU-6182||Japan||2012|
|AS-9183||Charlie Haden||Liberation Music Orchestra (LP, Album, Quad, RE, Gat)||Impulse!, ABC Records||AS-9183||US||1973|