Well, after a lot of banned uploads, I was very careful and searched for every reason that may lead to the ban of this GREAT double bootleg.
Having found nothing, today I try to upload @ Dime this jazz jewel:

Title: The Love Revolution - Complete Italian Tour 1968: Rome/Milan [2 CD set]
Label: Gambit 69224
Description: The material collected for this 2-CD set corresponds to the February 1968 European tour, featuring the Coleman's Quartet with his regular unusual group including David Izenzon and Charlie Haden on bass, and Ed Blackwell on drums.The first CD includes the Rome concert, with extended versions of four original compositions, including a fantastic interpretation of the already popular "Lonely Woman". The second CD contains the Milan's Teatro Lirico performances, with three original compositions.
The sum of this material on one edition, makes this an essential release, capturing a crucial period of the career of an artist that without a doubt, remains the ultimate contemporary musician of the jazz vanguard.


Lonely Woman
Monsieur Le Prince
Forgotten Children
Buddha Blues
Three Wisemen And The Saint
New York

All compositions by Ornette Coleman.


Bass - David Izenzon, Charlie Haden
Drums - Ed Blackwell
Saxophone [Alto], Trumpet, Shanai - Ornette Coleman

Number: 69224
Item Code: 58298
Format: 2-CD
Dates: (1968)

There is a bootleg (only one CD) that contains only half of the music torrented today and here is the AMG review:

Ornette Coleman - The Unprecedented Music Of Ornette Coleman

Label: Lotus
Catalog#: LPPS 11.116
Country: Italy
Released: 1980
Genre: Jazz
Style: Free Jazz
Bass - David Izenzon
Drums - Ed Blackwell
Saxophone [Alto], Trumpet, Shanai - Ornette Coleman
Written-By - Ornette Coleman
Notes: Unofficial Release. Cover with virtually no information says "Recorded in Rome 1967", but it is actually the concert in Rome, February 8, 1968

Review by Brandon Burke
Although rather difficult to track down now, The Unprecedented Music of Ornette Coleman was actually a generously distributed bootleg in the 1980s, seeing at least three separate pressings in that decade alone. The disc documents a 1968 performance of the Coleman Quartet in Milan, Italy, and features the interesting lineup of Coleman on alto sax, trumpet, and shanai, Ed Blackwell on drums, and the bass duo of David Izenzon and Charlie Haden. As can be expected, the quartet plays with great care and collective understanding throughout. Opening the date is a touching version of "Lonely Woman" performed in the style, perhaps, of his 1965 trio featuring Izenzon and Charles Moffett. This time, though, Blackwell's polyrhythms and the added bass of Haden fill in the wide open space afforded by the trio setting heard on such dates as At the Golden Circle. At first, one may get the impression that Izenzon and Haden are battling each other to be heard, but as the disc rolls on it is clear that the two are indeed partners striving toward a common end. Coleman enthusiasts will definitely be interested in the album's closer, the shanai workout "Buddah Blues", during which he displays a tenacity seldom heard even in his discography. The post-Bird, bluesy R&B shouts listeners commonly associate with him are abandoned almost entirely here in favor of a blistering splatter of upper-register runs and Eastern modes, a style resembling Don Van Vliet (Captain Beefheart) as much as anyone else. As a result, "Buddah Blues" takes the date into a direction more akin to ESP or BYG/Actuel sessions than that typically expected of Coleman. Worth hunting for.

The audio qualty is perfect and the (almost) complete artwork is torrented as JPEG files. The artwork misses the hardcover scans and the 14 pages (only simple text) of the booklet. Anyway if someone needs it just pm me and we'll arrange a trade.