Don Cherry: Relativity Suite [Vinyl 1LP Coloured]

113,99 zł


Polityka prywatności


Zasady dostawy


Zasady reklamacji

Soul Jazz / AACM / Avant Jazz
premiera polska:
kontynent: Ameryka Północna
kraj: USA
opakowanie: Singlefoldowe etui

Editor's info:
Hear and Now's cover depicts a smiling Cherry posing like Buddha, and holding a trumpet with a bent mouthpiece -- an indication of some meditative sounds, but it's really a mishmash of styles with a leaning toward African rhythms. An underlying social message runs through the album of Cherry compositions (except one) produced by Narada Michael Walden. Cherry plays very little trumpet on "Universal Mother"; the African-based excursion is carried by Neil Jason's bass, Sammy Figueroa's congas, and Raphael Cruz's percussion work. He plays stretching, calling trumpet notes on "Karmapa Chenno"; African chants and verbiage flavor the tune, along with Stan Samole's sparkling lead guitar. The guitar-driven "California" is a groove; Cherry plays to a roadhouse beat, sounding like Miles Davis on a tune that's much too brief (less than three minutes). He dusts off his flute and gives a good account on "Buddha's Blues," on which he also plays trumpet; the beat is funky but jumpy and disjointed. "Eagle Eye" is a trio with Cherry (on flute), Figueroa (conga), and Cruz (percussion) -- tight, but again less than three minutes. An expansive "Surrender Rose" tries to be grandiose but never rises above mediocrity, despite wallpaper backing from Cheryl Alexander, Phoenix Volatis, and Patty Saafa. "Journey of Milarepa," "Shanti," and "The Ending Movement Liberation" are done as a suite, turning out to be a saving grace as the only mind-bender here. An average collection from Cherry, respectable and inoffensive.
Limited edition 500 copies

Don Cherry - composer, conductor, trumpet, conch, voice, percussion
Charles Brackeen – soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, voice
Carlos Ward – alto saxophone, voice
Frank Lowe – tenor sax, voice
Dewey Redman – tenor sax, voice
Sharon Freeman – French horn
Brian Trentham – trombone
Jack Jeffers – tuba
Leroy Jenkins – violin
Joan Kalisch – viola
Nan Newton – viola
Pat Dixon – cello
Jane Robertson – cello
Charlie Haden – bass
Carla Bley – piano
Ed Blackwell – drums
Paul Motian - drums, percussion
Moki Cherry – tambura (Trans-Love Airwars)
Selene Fung – chingbr>
A1. Tantra 8:00
A2. Mali Doussn'gouni 5:40
A3. Desireless 1:22
B1. The Queen Of Tung-Ting Lake 4:30
B2. Trans-Love Airways 6:50
B3. Infinite Gentleness 3:22
B4. March Of The Hobbits 3:38

wydano: Feb 25, 2022 (1973)
nagrano: Recorded on February 14, 1973 at Blue Rock Studio, New York City



Barbara Bonney / Malcolm Martineau|Medium
Relativity Suite [Vinyl 1LP Coloured]
Vinyl 1LP
Data premiery
chat Komentarze (0)
Na razie nie dodano żadnej recenzji.