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Terry Riley, Don Cherry - Terry Riley Don Cherry Duo Album

Terry Riley, Don Cherry - Terry Riley Don Cherry Duo Album

Performer: Terry Riley, Don Cherry
Title: Terry Riley Don Cherry Duo
Country: Germany
Catalog Number: 6212
Label: B.Free
Released: Jun 2018
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 147


1Sunrise Of The Planetary Dream Collector20:40
2The Descending Moonshine Dervishes32:31


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
6212 CDTerry Riley, Don Cherry Terry Riley, Don Cherry - Terry Riley Don Cherry Duo ‎(CD, Album, RM)B.Free6212 CDGermany2017
noneDon Cherry & Terry Riley Don Cherry & Terry Riley - Don Cherry & Terry Riley ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)The Loathed Sound DepartmentnoneUS2017


  • OrganTerry Riley
  • Trumpet, Ngoni [Doussn'Gouni]Don Cherry (tracks: A)


Track A recorded in Cologne, February 23, 1975 at WDR, Grosser Sendesaal for "Nachtmusik im WDR".
Track B recorded in Godorf, West Gemany, February 22, 1975.

Don Cherry is credited playing tambura - but he plays the Doussn'Gouni.

This LP presents two radio sessions recorded 1975 in Cologne, newly remastered from the original tapes for optimal sound.

Limited edition of 500 copies.


Reviews (4)
Would have to agree that the pressing sounds just fine ????

  berlin0666 : its funny that you say on the 21.6 that the pressing is awful - while the lp hadnt been available at this date :-) why do you do this ? by the way it is not awful, i have it and it sounds fantastic, its no doubt its been done from the original tape.Aswell i have all other versions of this LP. They are classes worst. Sometimes even MP3 rips.

I finally tracked down a copy. Sounds great to me, fidelity-wise, but... my (new) copy has a couple spots on both sides which present a few very loud pops, though there is no visible wear to the surface. I've tried several methods of cleaning to see if I could safely remove the pops, but there was no improvement of any kind. I'm fairly annoyed, as I likely will never find a cheaper copy and if I opt to send it back to the seller I'll likely be out my shipping costs. I am fairly certain that these pops are factory flaws and not damage, so that's disappointing as well.

Can anyone who isn’t the owner of the label (as this user is) speak to the quality of this release?

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