Category: Classic Rock

Hymn For Don Cherry - Dennis Gonzalez New Dallas Quartet - Stefan (CD, Album)


  1. New Dallas Quartet, Category: Artist, Albums: Stefan, Top Tracks: Enrico, Stefan, Fortuity, Hymn for Don Cherry, Deacon John Ray, Monthly Listeners: 12, Where People.
  2. Although it is not mentioned anywhere on the outside of this CD, this session is very much a reunion. Trumpeter Don Cherry is reunited with bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Billy Higgins from the early Ornette Coleman Quartet and, most importantly, tenor saxophonist James Clay. Clay, who after playing with Cherry in Los Angeles in the s and doing a few recordings moved back to Texas, had.
  3. Apr 22,  · "Band Of Gold" ~ Don Cherry () Columbia Records # Flip side of, "Rumble Boogie" Don Cherry was born Donald Ross Cherry in Wichita Falls, Texas on January 11, Cherry .
  4. Jul 30,  · See also: Choice Cuts: DJ Gabe Mendoza's 10 Favorite Soul Records Dennis Gonzalez Talks Life, Death and Alvin Fielder Stefan González is Leading the Dallas Noise Scene There's no question, Dallas.
  5. Early life. 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. His father owned Oklahoma City's Cherry Blossom Club, which hosted performances by Charlie Christian and Fletcher Henderson. In , Cherry moved with his family to .
  6. In Groups: The Ornette Coleman Double Quartet, Codona, Albert Ayler Quartet, Don Cherry Quartet, Don Cherry Quintet, Don Cherry Trio, Don Cherry's Nu, Giorgio Gaslini Ensemble E Quartet, Giorgio Gaslini Ensemble Internazionale, Old and New Dreams, Ornette Coleman Quintet, Sonny Rollins/Don Cherry Quartet, The Jazz Composer's Orchestra, The New York Contemporary Five, The Sun Ra All .
  7. The Best Gospel Choirs and Groups in Dallas. Gospel is more than music; it’s an experience. These singers aren’t rock stars, but they can move their audiences with just as much emotion.
  8. Trumpeter/cornetist Don Cherry first burst on the music scene along with the rest of the revolutionary Ornette Coleman Quartet in the late '50s. His magnetic musical mind and improvisational prowess led to performance/recording alliances throughout the '60s with such equal jazz heavyweights as Sonny Rollins, John Coltrane, Archie Shepp and.

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