Early this past summer I wrote about a fantastic reissue of an album by trumpeter Don Cherry called Organic Music Society, a series of recordings made in Sweden in 1971 and ’72 that helped set the tone for what would later be called “world music,” a term Cherry used himself as early as the mid-70s. An expansive, open-ended record, it involved players from locales as far-flung as Brazil and Turkey and tapped into even broader array of traditions.