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Don Cherry Where Is Brooklyn

Product Type: Blue Note Classic Vinyl
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Cornetist Don Cherry first rose to prominence as part of the revolutionary Ornette Coleman Quartet that turned the jazz world on its ear in 1959 when it arrived at the Five Spot Café in NYC. Though Cherry co-led the album The Avant-Garde with John Coltrane in 1961, it wasn’t until he signed with Blue Note in 1965 that he began his career as a leader with a run of fiery albums including Complete Communion, Symphony for Improvisers, and 1966’s Where Is Brooklyn? This last session was a highly interactive quartet date that featured Pharoah Sanders on tenor saxophone and piccolo, Henry Grimes on bass, and Ed Blackwell on drums.

This Blue Note Classic Vinyl Edition is all-analog, mastered by Kevin Gray from the original master tapes, and pressed on 180g vinyl at Optimal.


  1. Awake Nu (SIDE A)
  2. Taste Maker (SIDE A)
  3. The Thing (SIDE A)
  4. There Is The Bomb (SIDE B)
  5. Unite (SIDE B)

Don Cherry (cornet);

Pharoah Sanders (tenor sax); Henry Grimes (bass);

Ed Blackwell (drums)