Live in Stockholm
When Don Cherry arrived in Sweden, it was a country where jazz had been overtaken by pop music and where there was growing a new strong yearning for music that was not content with what had been. There were outstanding jazz musicians around such as Bernt Rosengren who was at the height of his powers. It was a time when the established international rhythmic music was not content with originating from American and British sources but became global.
The ABF House in addition to the Museum of Modern Art were important venues for jazz and the boundary-breaking forms of music of the 1960’s and 1970’s. The recordings from the Dome with Don Cherry can also be heard on ”Organic Music Society” (Caprice CAP 21827).
1.ABF Suite part 1 Music: Don Cherry22'49
2.ABF Suite part 2 Music: Collective improvisations & tunes by Don Cherry. Turkish melodies collected by Maffy Falay26'21
3.Another Dome Session Music: Don Cherry28'07
- Total playtime 77'17