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CHERRY, DON

 
Originally released in 1965, Don Cherry's first album for Blue Note featured Leandro "Gato" Barbieri (tenor sax), Henry Grimes (bass) and Edward Blackwell (drums)
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BLUENOTE84226 | BLUE NOTE

Originally released in 1965, Don Cherry's first album for Blue Note featured Leandro "Gato" Barbieri (tenor sax), Henry Grimes (bass) and Edward Blackwell (drums). "...all the musicians free-associated off of each theme, engaging in intense, abstract dialogues before ...
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4226 | BLUE NOTE

"Never heard music from Don Cherry's important time in Sweden - two different live recordings that explode with righteous power right from the very first note! Cherry really took off musically during his time in Sweden - exploring rich new ideas that had never come up ...
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CAP21836 | CAPRICE

"An album recorded at Studio Saravah in Paris on August 22, 1969 by Don Cherry (pocket trumpet, piano, indian flute, bamboo flute, voice, bells, percussions) with Ed Blackwell (drums, percussions, bell). 'His duets with Ed Blackwell, a drummer whose playing Cherry was ...
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SPOT544 | SUNSPOTS

"An album recorded at Studio Saravah in Paris on August 22, 1969 by Don Cherry (pocket trumpet, piano, indian flute, bamboo flute, voice, bells, percussions) with Ed Blackwell (drums, percussions, bell). 'His duets with Ed Blackwell, a drummer whose playing Cherry was ...
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529.331 | BYG

"By the late 1960s, Don Cherry was living in Sweden, with his wife Moki Karlsson, playing with Swedish musicians from all backgrounds, seeking out exciting partners in a somewhat hippie-like atmosphere. It was in this milieu, in the summers of 1971 and 1972, that Cherry ...
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7391782218282 | CAPRICE

"Don Cherry's Relativity Suite, recorded with the Jazz Composers Orchestra in 1973. At this time, Cherry was becoming increasingly interested in Middle Eastern and traditional African and Indian music, having traveled extensively and studied with Indian musician Vasant ...
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MJJ359LP | KLIMT

"Trumpeter Don Cherry, an Ornette Coleman soulmate and a world musician decades ago, sadly became one of jazz's many early losses in 1995. But saxophonist Pharoah Sanders, who joined him on this fizzing 1966 set, has since ascended to cult status, and he is still around ...
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MJJ383LP | KLIMT