Don Cherry - "Mu" First Part mp3 album
Donald Eugene Cherry (November 18, 1936 – October 19, 1995) was an American jazz trumpeter. Cherry had a long association with saxophonist Ornette Coleman, which began in the late 1950s. Cherry was also a pioneer in world fusion music in the 1960s and 1970s. 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.
Mu" First Part (LP, Album). SPOT 515. Don Cherry. Mu" First Part (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM). Sunspots. Mu" First Part (LP, Album, Promo).
same front and back cover as "Mu" First Part, but with black BYG Records labels and BIEM rights societies. BIEM box on the left side 1, and on the right side 2. Single sleeve with orange artwork on front cover. Recorded August 22, 1969, Studio Saravah, Paris. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A, Etched): BYG 529301 A. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B, Etched): BYG 529301 B. Price Code: Ⓣ.
Request an album send to friend. Mu (First Part, Second Part) (2000). Don Cherry - Mu (First Part, Second Part). Bitrate (quality): 192256320. mp3. 1. Brilliant Action.
Free download and listen Mu First Part, Mu Second Part. Tracks count: 5. Views: 20. Don Cherry - Medley: Theme Albert Heath, Theme Dollar Brand, Babyrest Time For 04:00. Don Cherry - Psycho Drama 02:23. Don Cherry - Smiling Faces Going Places 04:41.
Mu First Part/Mu Second Part. Studio Saravah, Paris, France. Studios Saravah, Paris, France.
Don Cherry 02-01-2013. Total duration:2 h 17 min. 01. Mu" First Part, "Mu" Second Part, Orient.
DON CHERRY "mu" Second Part. Album · 1969 · Avant-Garde Jazz. I found an original LP of this, BYG/Actuel at my nearby Eugene, Oregon record store (this record store also sold a ton BYG/Actuel reprints in the jazz department). I was wanting to expand on my BYG/Actuel collection, stemming from my early childhood when my dad owned a copy of Musica Elettronica Viva's The Sound Pool, which really scared me as a kid, but I've came to terms with it since. Mu Second Part was obviously from the same sessions that brought you the first. It's unbelievable how much could be accomplished with just two musicians. He literally plays everything except drums and percussion (Ed Blackwell does that).
|A3||Total Vibration (Part 1)||3:00|
|B1||Total Vibration (Part 2)||6:00|
|B2||Sun Of The East||7:30|
- Recorded At – Studio Saravah
- Distributed By – Movieplay S.A.
- Coordinator [Coordination] – Jacques Bisceglia
- Cover [Front] – Moki*
- Drums – Ed Blackwell
- Engineer – Daniel Valencien*
- Executive Producer – Claude Delcloo
- Photography By – Jacques Bisceglia
- Photography By [Art Work Photographied By] – Gunnar Smoliansky
- Producer – Jean Georgakarakos, Jean Luc Young*
- Trumpet [Pocket], Piano, Flute [Indian, Bamboo], Arranged By [All Tunes] – Don Cherry
- Written-By – D. Cherry*
NotesRecorded August 22, 1969, Studio Saravah, Paris
All tunes published by: BYG Music (SACEM).
Same as original french version w/ black stereo logo on front cover (low left corner) and Spanish credits + label info
|529.301||Don Cherry||"Mu" First Part (LP, Album)||BYG Records||529.301||France||1969|
|SPOT 515||Don Cherry||"Mu" First Part (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Sunspots||SPOT 515||Italy||2002|
|BYG-1||Don Cherry||"Mu" First Part (LP, Album)||BYG Records||BYG-1||Japan||1970|
|BYG-1||Don Cherry||"Mu" First Part (LP, Album, Promo)||BYG Records||BYG-1||Japan||1970|
|GET 301||Don Cherry||"Mu" First Part (LP, Album, RE)||Get Back||GET 301||Italy||2001|