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1 - CHERRY, DON - LIVE IN PARIS, APRIL 22, 1977 - (LP) 
B13


140 gram LP - clear RED vinyl in PVC sleeve (ltd. ed. 500 copies). In 1971, jazz trumpet player Don Cherry was living in an artists colony in Sweden (where he met his wife, Moki) and becoming deeply interested in world music, which would mark a deep shift in his music from this point onward. In spring of 1971, Cherry traveled to Paris with his avant-garde jazz trio, made up of the great South African bassist, Johnny Dyani, and Turkish percussionist Okay Temiz (who would also appear on his Organic Music Society) to perform live for an audience of French jazz fans.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Dollar And Okays Tune 02. East


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 11-04-2013
Item # : 441119     
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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2 - CHERRY, DON - MUSIC, WISDOM, LOVE - (LP) 
CACOPHONIC


Reaching a near-mythical status amongst fans of free jazzs most worldly intrepid explorer, these seldom heard Paris soundtrack sessions known as Music, Wisdom, Love have evaded collectors grasps and confused historians for exactly 50 years. Now available for the first time ever and licensed from producer and director Jean-Noel Delamarre himself.Instigated in Paris in 1967 and filmed during Dons downtime on a visit to the Chat qui PÍche nightclub in March 1967 (where he played with Karl Berger, Henri Texier and Jacques Thollot), the bulk of this cinematic portrait was filmed on the streets of Paris under the direction of creative all-rounders Jean-NoŽl Delamarre and Nathalie Perrey, who, as their careers bloomed, would become pivotal figures in underground French cinema - straddling La Nouvelle Vague, adult entertainment and cinema fantastique in what can only be described as speedball cinema. As the supportive creative family that primarily played home to French vampire/horrortica director Jean Rollin, both Nathalie and Jean-NoŽl, his brother Jean-Philippe Delamarre and a small team of other fans of oblique media would be responsible for a vibrant micro-culture that awkwardly flourished on the outskirts on the Parisian new wave - combining comic book culture, Lettrism, sexual liberation, psychedelic rock, graphic design and (with this record as prime example) free jazz and avant-garde music. What previously might have been regarded as an unlikely coupling, with the benefit of half a century of archival hindsight, this release documents the essential cosmic collision of two fantastic planets.

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Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 15-04-2017
Item # : 501724     
Availability: IN STOCK
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3 - CHERRY, DON - RELATIVITY - (LP) 
KLIMT


Finally available again on vinyl! Don Cherrys 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 Rai. This suite of songs was particularly influenced by the Indian karnatic singing tradition, as can be heard from the very opening moments of the album. Featuring Carla Bley on piano, Charlie Haden on bass, and Ed Blackwell on drums, as well as an extended horn and string section, Cherry collaborated extensively with the Jazz Composers Orchestra throughout the early seventies. His Swedish wife, Moki Cherry, plays tambura on Trans-Love Airways.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Tantra 02. Mali Doussn'gouni 03. Desireless 04. The Queen Of Tung-ting Lake 05. Trans-love Airways 06. Infinite Gentleness 07. March Of The Hobbits


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 21-03-2013
Item # : 440684     
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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4 - CHERRY, DON - WHERE'S BROOKLYN - (LP) 
KLIMT


Trumpeter Don Cherry, an Ornette Coleman soulmate and a world musician decades ago, became one of jazzs many early losses 10 years back. But saxophonist Pharoah Sanders, who joins him on this fizzing 1966 set, has since ascended to cult status, and he is still around to admire . In the 1960s, he knew no melodic fear at all, in which respect he was aptly partnered with Cherry. This is a quartet set, strongly influenced by the melodic approach of Coleman, but with a fierce abstraction of tone quite different from Colemans playful lyricism. Moreover, the rhythm team of Ed Blackwell on drums and Henry Grimes on bass provides a scintillating underpinning for the music that is worth listening to all on its own. Sanders mix of Coltranes yearning long notes, Aylers ghostly, fluttering wail, Colemans fast, bumpy phrasing and his own manic bagpipe screams certainly separates the faint-hearted from the stayers on the opening Awake Nu. But the conversation between Sanders and Cherry is light, lyrical and engaging on The Thing, and the saxophonist even gets into a stubborn, Sonny Rollins-like repeating Latin vamp on There Is the Bomb. An unflinchingly quirky classic. (THE GUARDIAN)

TRACKLISTING: 01. Awake Nu 02. Taste Maker 03. The Thing 04. There Is The Bomb 05. Unite


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 02-02-2015
Item # : 473171     
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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5 - CHERRY, DON / PENDER - ACTIONS - (CD) 
INTUITION





Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 30-11--0001
Item # : 436617     NEW
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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