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Don Cherry: Symphony for Improvisers

Read "Symphony for Improvisers" reviewed by Ollie Bivens

Exploding on the jazz scene in the late '50s as a member of Ornette Coleman's pioneering band, Don Cherry left the Coleman aggregation in '65 to pursue a solo career. This, his fifth date as a leader and his second album on Blue Note, was a continuation of the free jazz sonic explorations that made the ...

Symphony for Improvisers

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Symphony for Improvisers: Symphony for Improvisers/Nu Creative Love/Wha; Manhattan Cry: Manhattan Cry/Lunatic/Sparkle Plenty/Om Nu.


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