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Coleman, Steve and Five Elemen / On the Rising of the 64 Paths
Album:On the Rising of the 64 Paths Collection:Jazz
Artist:Coleman, Steve and Five Elemen Added:Oct 2003
Label:Label Bleu 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2003-12-22 Pull Date:2004-02-23 Charts:Jazz
Week Ending:Feb 22Feb 15Feb 8Jan 18Jan 11Dec 28

 Recent Airplay
1.Feb 20, 2004:Memory Select
64 Path Bindings
4.Jan 15, 2004:These Holes Three
64 Path Bindings
2.Feb 13, 2004:Juan 2-3-Show
The Movement in Self
5.Jan 10, 2004:Morning Glory
64 Path Bindings
3.Feb 06, 2004:Memory Select
64 Path Bindings
6.Jan 09, 2004:Memory Select
Dizzy Atmosphere

Album Review
Craig Matsumoto
Reviewed 2004-01-03 
Agile, energetic modern bop that holds a cohesive "jazz" sound. But Coleman's stuff has a deep underlying complexity, giving it a steely richness and an almost technological feel.

Coleman's slower and more "metaphysical" side gets showcased here as well -- see 3 and 4 especially.

Cool geometric line-drawings inside the booklet.

1*- Mid/fast, flowing. Dig the wacky drum patterns.
2- Slow, w/bright soloing
3- Floaty/spacey with fem. vocal; moves into rhythimic midtempo chugging
4*- Sax-percussion meditation, soulful and quiet
5*- Fast and snappy, after midtempo start
6- Mid/fast flowing, with nice sax-trumpet duo soloing
7- Another take of #5, fast
8*- Midtempo. Strange snaky composition.
9- Solo sax encore, opens with applause. Warm, comforting sound.

Track Listing
1.64 Path Bindings 5.Dizzy Atmosphere
2.Mist and Counterpoise 6.Eight Base Probing
3.Call for Transformation 7.Dizzy Atmosphere (Alt Take)
4.The Movement in Self 8.Fire Revisited