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Don Cherry

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The Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy, Don Cherry, the Watts Prophets: Word Power — West Coast Rap goes Radical

Report and Interview by David Toop, The Face, February 1992

Rap music has become less experimental, but on America's West Coast, groups like The Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy and New World Rhythm are trying to ...

Old and New Dreams: Schoenberg Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 18 March 1980


Don Cherry 1936-1995

Obituary by Geoffrey Himes, Rolling Stone, 30 November 1995

TRUMPETER DON Cherry died of liver failure on Oct, 18 near Malaga, Spain. He was 58. As a member of the Ornette Coleman Quartet in ...

The Slits, Don Cherry & Happy House, Prince Hammer & Creation Rebel: New Theatre, Oxford

Live Review by Ian Penman, New Musical Express, 29 September 1979

THE LAST time I talked about the Slits was centred around a disorientating weekend in Liverpool at the beginning of this year — a shaky ...

Jazz In The Seventies

Report and Interview by Lita Eliscu, Phonograph Record, November 1976

OVER THE last few years, iazz has re-achieved, to use an inelegant word, the enthusiastic encouragement of a new and important audience: people with money ...

Don Cherry: Jazz's Exotic Strains

Report and Interview by Richard Harrington, The Washington Post, 3 October 1981

Don Cherry and His Magic Musical Memory ...

Don Cherry: Black Gypsy, Folk Dreams

Report and Interview by Vivien Goldman, Melody Maker, 22 September 1979

Probably the only person who isn't surprised to find Don Cherry playing on the Slits' tour is Cherry himself. Since his apprenticeship with free-jazz guru ...

Don Cherry: Complete Communion (Blue Note 4226)

Review by William Russo, Downbeat, 28 July 1966

Personnel: Cherry, cornet; Leandro (Gato) Barbieri, tenor saxophone; Henry Grimes, bass; Edward Blackwell, drums. ...

see also Neneh Cherry

see also Ornette Coleman

see also Eagle-Eye Cherry


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