Multikulti When the Rain Comes . With Blood Ulmer/Rashied Ali . Live at Empire Theatre, Paris (1979) . w/ Herbie Hancock – Bemsha Swing . w/ Janusz Muniak Quartet – Unknown . w/The Sound Unity Festival Orchestra – Kangaroo Hoopie . Don Cherry & Orphy Robinson – Duet . Walk To The Mountain (1991) . In Bombay .
 the Sun Ra All Stars – that is Don Cherry (tp,voc), Lester Bowie (tp), Marshall Allen (as,perc), John Gilmore (ts,fl), Archie Shepp (ts,voc), Sun Ra (kb), Richard Davis (b), Clifford Jarvis (d), Philly Joe Jones (d) and Famoudou Don Moye (perc) – participate in Jazztage at Philharmonie in Berlin, Germany >> 54 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Don Cherry tapes Chorus, a French TV program at Live at Empire Theatre in Paris >> 22 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Neneh Cherry teams up with The Thing to pay tribute to her dad Don Cherry at Jazzaldia in Donosti, San Sebastian, Spain >> 44 MINUTES on RVM >>
@ Eagle Eyed Cherry website : Not only did he take part in the development of the free jazz idiom, but he was one of the first jazz musicians to seriously embrace other cultures, and develop a musical kind of multi-culturalism long before it became fashionable.
@last.fm : After leaving Coleman and playing with John Coltrane on The Avant-Garde (1961), he signed a deal with Blue Note records to release three albums. The first and most famous of these recordings, Complete Communion (1965), proved Cherry’s worth and originality as a composer by developing several different themes within each twenty minute piece and blurring the distinction between composition and improvisation.
@Discogs : Father of Eagle-Eye Cherry and stepfather of Neneh Cherry.