Gato Barbieri, Don Cherry, Albert Ayler, John Handy - Europa Jazz FLAC album
Title: Europa Jazz
Style: Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
FLAC version ZIP size: 1935 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1364 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1161 mb
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Complete your Gato Barbieri, Don Cherry, Albert Ayler, John Handy collection. The correct personal is: Bass – Don Thompson (2) Drums – Terry Clarke Guitar – Jerry Hahn Saxophone – John Handy Violin – Michael White (2). You can hear someone plays the guitar on this track, therefore the information on the jacket is clearly an error. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
Artist: GATO BARBIERI/DON CHERRY/ALBERT AYLER/JOHN HANDY. Format: LP. Country: ITALY. This is the vinyl album of THE BENNY GOODMAN QUARTET released by EUROPA JAZZ The album was released on the EUROPA JAZZ label and its catalogue number is EJ 1045 and is the ITALIAN issue The vinyl is in excellent condition. The sleeve is showing minor wear with minor wear showing at the edge of the gatefold and towards the bottom of the.
Gato Barbieri Don Cherry Albert Ayler John Handy LP Europa Jazz 1981 EX Condition: Used. Time left: 57m 26s. Ships to: Worldwide. Vibrations - Albert, Cherry,Don Ayler (Vinyl New) Condition: New. Time left: 3h 47m 48s. Albert Ayler & Don Cherry favourites.
John Handy, Albert Ayler, Gato Barbieri, Don Cherry. I Giganti Del Jazz Vol. 6. 1980, Vinyl (LP, Compilation). New. Quick Add. Albert Ayler. Dave Holland, Various, John Handy Quintet, Hubert Laws, Albert Ayler, Woody Shaw, Gato Barbieri, Chick Corea, Don Cherry. Vinyl (2xLP, Compilation).
GATO BARBIERI/DON CHERRY/ALBERT AYLER/JOHN HANDY Europa Jazz LP VINYL Italy. Gato barbieri music legend signed autographed album cover w/coa rare b. Eur 6. 8.
View all Europa Jazz pictures. Manufacturer: Europa Jazz Release date: 11 October 1981. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.
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.
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Don Cherry - John Tchicai - Irène Schweizer, Léon Francioli - Pierre Favre -. 1. 2017. Terry Riley Don Cherry Duo. Terry Riley, Don Cherry. Gato Barbieri, Don Cherry, Albert Ayler & John Handy. The Complete Blue Note Recordings of Don Cherry.
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|A1||–Gato Barbieri / Don Cherry||OCDC
Double Bass – Jean-Francois Jenny Clarke*Drums [Uncredited] – Aldo RomanoTenor Saxophone – Gato BarbieriTrumpet – Don CherryVibraphone – Karl BergerWritten-By – Cherry*
|A2||–Gato Barbieri / Don Cherry||Third Movement
Double Bass – J.-F. Jenny-ClarkDrums [Uncredited] – Aldo RomanoTenor Saxophone – Gato BarbieriTrumpet – Don CherryVibraphone – Karl BergerWritten-By – Cherry*
Double Bass [Uncredited] – Bill FolwellDrums – Beaver HarrisTenor Saxophone – Albert AylerTrumpet [Uncredited] – Donald AylerViolin – Michel SampsonWritten-By – Ayler*
|B||–John Handy Quintet||If Only We Knew
Alto Saxophone – John HandyDouble Bass [Uncredited] – Don Thompson Drums [Uncredited] – Terry ClarkeGuitar [Uncredited] – Jerry HahnViolin [Uncredited] – Michael White Written-By – Handy*
NotesCredits on cover are plain wrong.
"OCDC", which stands probably for 'Ornette Coleman Don Cherry' is indeed "Togetherness One - First Movement" + "Togetherness One - Second Movement" (music stops between at 5:08) from Don Cherry - Togetherness, recorded Spring 1965.
Aldo Romano is the uncredited drummer, not Jacques Thollot who is miscredited.
"Third Movement" is indeed "Togetherness One - Third Movement" also from Don Cherry - Togetherness, recorded Spring 1965, with uncredited Aldo Romano as drummer, and not Jacques Thollot who is miscredited.
"Ghosts" can be heard as 6th track of Albert Ayler - Lörrach, Paris 1966, it was recorded live by Radio France at Salle Pleyel during Paris Jazz Festival on November 13th, 1966 according to this Hatology reissue.
Don Ayler, on trumpet, Bill Folwell on bass and Beaver Harris on drums, all uncredited on release. Not Norman Howard, Earle Henderson, Henry Grimes and Sunny Murray who are miscredited on cover.
"If We Only Knew" comes from John Handy - Recorded Live At The Monterey Jazz Festival, recorded September 18, 1965 with Michael White on violin, Jerry Hahn on guitar, Don Thompson on bass and Terry Clarke, all uncredited on release. Not Michael Sampson, George Tucker, Bobby Fulhordt who are miscredited.
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|GJ- 6||Gato Barbieri, Don Cherry, Albert Ayler, John Handy||Gato Barbieri, Don Cherry, Albert Ayler, John Handy - I Giganti Del Jazz Vol. 6 (LP, Comp, Gat)||Curcio||GJ- 6||Italy||1980|
|27. 605-80||Various||Los Grandes Del Jazz 6 (LP, Comp)||Gran Enciclopedia Del Jazz||27. 605-80||Spain||Unknown|
|GJ-6||Gato Barbieri, Don Cherry, Albert Ayler, John Handy||Gato Barbieri, Don Cherry, Albert Ayler, John Handy - Jazz Spectrum (LP, Comp)||I Giganti Del Jazz, Curcio||GJ-6||Italy||Unknown|
|GJ- 6||Gato Barbieri, Don Cherry, Albert Ayler, John Handy||Gato Barbieri, Don Cherry, Albert Ayler, John Handy - I Giganti Del Jazz Vol. 6 (Cass, Comp, C60)||Curcio||GJ- 6||Italy||1980|
|CGJ-6||Gato Barbieri, Don Cherry, John Handy, Albert Ayler||Gato Barbieri, Don Cherry, John Handy, Albert Ayler - Los Grandes Del Jazz 6 (LP, Comp)||Sarpe||CGJ-6||Spain||1980|