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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 Benny Golson's "I Remember Clifford".
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 Benny Golson's "I Remember Clifford".
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Format: Vinyl
Label: DBQP
Rel. Date: 06/21/2019
UPC: 889397004101

Complete Communion: Live in Hilversum May 9th 1966
Artist: Don Cherry
Format: Vinyl
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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 Benny Golson's "I Remember Clifford".
        
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