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Ornette Coleman’s discovery some thirty years ago that his band’s music was indeed a “free thing” marked the beginning of a revolution in jazz. From the early free-form experiments, Coleman’s dancing blues, and John Coltrane’s saxophone cries and sheets of sound, to the brittle, melancholy modes of Miles Davis, vibrant, sophisticated new jazz idioms proliferated. In this critical and historical survey of today’s jazz, noted critic John Litweiler traces the evolution of the new music through such artists as Coleman, Coltrane, Davis, Cecil Taylor, Eric Dolphy, Sun Ra, Albert Ayler, Anthony Braxton, and others. He also addresses questions such as:….