Don Cherry - More I Cannot Do album downloadPerformer: Don Cherry
Title: More I Cannot Do
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It features Coltrane playing several compositions by Ornette Coleman accompanied by the members of Coleman's quartet: Cherry, Charlie Haden, and Ed Blackwell. The album was assembled from two unissued recording sessions at Atlantic Studios in New York City in 1960.
4 more albums featuring this track. 1 Don Cherry (Donald Eugene Cherry, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, November 18, 1936 - October 19, 1995) was an American jazz trumpeter. View full artist profile.
Donald Eugene Cherry (November 18, 1936 – October 19, 1995) was an American jazz trumpeter. Cherry had a long association with saxophonist Ornette Coleman, which began in the late 1950s. Cherry was also a pioneer in world fusion music in the 1960s and 1970s. Cherry was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to a mother of Choctaw descent through his maternal grandmother, and an African-American father. His mother and grandmother played piano and his father played trumpet.
Don Cherry was a pioneer of both the free jazz revolution of the late 1950s and early 1960s, and the so-called ‘world-jazz’ movement of the 1970s. In 1957, he was a founder member of the iconoclastic Ornette Coleman group which, unable to secure paying gigs because club owners considered it too far out, began life playing for friends in Cherry’s mother’s garage in Watts, Los Angeles. And this is where we came in, more or less.
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Biography by Chris Kelsey. One of the most influential jazz musicians of the late 20th century, thanks to his imagination and passion for exploration. Live at Cafe Montmartr. on Cherry. Symphony for Improvise. Nu. See Full Discography.
Don Cherry, one of the most lyrical and important jazz trumpeters, died on Thursday at the home of his stepdaughter, Neneh Cherry, near Malaga, Spain. He was 58. The cause was liver failure caused by hepatitis, said his wife, Moki. The importance of Mr. Coleman's recordings with Mr. Cherry cannot be overestimated. The rhythmic relationship between the two musicians, loose and flexible yet completely empathetic, took jazz modernists away from an emphasis on overt discipline and precise detailing. And both Mr. Cherry and Mr. Coleman drew on a huge variety of sources for their melodies. Mr. Cherry first recorded under his own name in 1960, on an album called "The Avant Guarde"; John Coltrane was a sideman.
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