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Complete Communion

Don Cherry

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"... often considered Cherry's masterpiece ..."
- The New York Times

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Complete Communion/And Now/Golden Heart/Remembrance
Don Cherry
20:42
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Elephantasy/Our Feelings/Bishmallah/Wind, Sand And Stars
Don Cherry
19:39
Total Playing Time    40:21
"With this album, Cherry articulated an avant positivism that still has many esteemed adherents ... this is adventurous music even by today's standards ... it pushes the envelope with an effortless flow ..."
- JazzTimes.com

Trumpeter Don Cherry turns his attention to the cornet on this classic 1965 session, consisting of two side-long suites that were pivotal in the development of free jazz. One of Cherry's first albums as a leader, this is his debut for Blue Note and marks the beginning of Cherry's collaboration with Argentinian tenor saxophonist Leandro "Gato" Barbieri, who was discovered by Cherry in Italy.
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