Don Cherry hits gold with side A; great duos going on and Blackwell's interesting
polyrhythms. Bebop-like theme is given an entrance at the beginning and revisits us near the
end. Side B, on the other hand, is perhaps directionless lacking the illustrious substance
that characterized Cherry's first composition. Complete Communion is a solid offering from a
very important figure inside free-form jazz, give it a try. Even though this isn't Cherry's
ultimate achievement, it stands as an interesting suite that should not be missed if you're
well fond on these jazz cities.