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Cherry, Don: Where Is Brooklyn? [VINYL]

Label: KLIMT
Product Code: 29643
Catalog Code: MJJ 383CC-LP
Country: USA
 
Price: $24.95



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A reissue of Don Cherry's 1969 Blue Note album with Ed Blackwell on drums, Henry Grimes on bass, and Pharoah Sanders on tenor saxophone & piccolo, with liner notes by Ornette Coleman, originally recorded in 1966 by Rudy Van Gelder at his studio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, using abstract foundations to allow for well-focused group interaction and freedom.


New York Contemporary Five: Consequences Revisited

Label: ezz-thetics by Hat Hut Records Ltd
Product Code: 29213
Catalog Code: ezz-thetics 1105
Country: Switzerland
 
Price: $17.95



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Though short-lived, the New York Contemporary Five brought together NY free players Don Moore on bass, J.C. Moses on drums, Archie Shepp on tenor saxophone, and Don Cherry on trumpet with Danish alto saxophonist John Tchicai, in a remastered edition of their 1966 album "Consequences", expanded with Shepp's revisiting of the material in a sextet with Sunny Murray and Ted Curson.


Ayler, Albert Quartets: Spirits To Ghosts Revisited (remastered)

Label: ezz-thetics by Hat Hut Records Ltd
Product Code: 27858
Catalog Code: ezz-thetics 1101
Country: Switzerland
 
Price: $17.95



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Three variations of quartet settings from iconoclastic free jazz saxophonist Albert Ayler, remastering and combining two Debut Records albums, "Spirits" from 1964 with Norman Howard (trumpet), Sunny Murray (drums), and alternating bass between Henry Grimes & Earle Henderson; and 1965's "Ghosts" on Debut Records with Don Cherry (trumpet), Gary Peacock (bass), and Sunny Murray.