Grabado en Paris el 22 de Agosto de 1969. Don Cherry demuestra en este Ã¡lbum su versatilidad utilizando gran variedad de instrumentos como el piano, flautas, trompeta, etc., acompaÃ±ado por el genial baterÃa Ed Blackwell. 8 temas en total. EdiciÃ³n limtada de 1500 copias. ReproducciÃ³n exacta del vinilo en miniatura.
This is the Don Cherry quintet caught in action in Hilversum (Holland) in 1966 and featuring the strong tenor sax voice of Gato Barbieri and the highly interactive rhythm section of Karl Berger (vibes and piano), Bo Stief (bass) and Aldo Romano (drums). A very distinctive line up which fits somewhere between two of the greatest Cherry's studio sessions of the time, "Complete Communion" and "Togetherness". A very energetic performance including a couple of Don Cherry original compositions and some highly personal renditions of classics and standards such as Luiz Bonfa's "Orfeo Negro", Mongo Santamaria's "Afro Blue" and... + INFO
The mid/1980s were a pivotal period for Don Cherry. Much of his energies had been devoted to co/op projects like Codona and Old and New Dreams and he also helped jumpstart the Leaders. The time being ripe to form his own ensemble, Cherry created Nu, a quintet with saxophonist&flutist Carlos Ward, bassist Mark Helias, percussionist Nana Vasconcelos and drummer Ed Blackwell. Live at the Bracknell Jazz Festival, 1986 confirms Nu to be an ensemble that vigorously and cogently articulated the various aspects of the multi/instrumentalist's multicultural aesthetic. This exceptional concert recording fills a significant gap i... + INFO
Here's a remarkable document of a Don Cherry residency in Paris 1967, unreleased and unheard for fifty years! Music, Wisdom, Love is an exciting slice of the Don Cherry puzzle, adding yet more insight into one of the most eclectic and intriguing figures in free jazz.