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DON CHERRY ‘Cherry Jam’

Feb 28, 2021 | Reissue, Reviews

Some of Cherry’s richest soulful playing

Unreleased recordings’ has lost some of its weight of late with major artists pushing out box sets galore of the stuff. However, if you keep the faith, you will be rewarded. These four previously unreleased tracks sit at a significant crossroads in Don Cherry’s musical journey. Previously only available as a Record Store Day release, the nomadic trumpet & cornet player is captured here in 1965 on Danish radio in all his glory. Much like Coltrane’s recent spate of unearthed recordings these three originals & one standard feel significant and document some of Cherry’s richest soulful playing.

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