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Eric Dolphy - At The Five Spot, Volume 1. album flac

  • Performer: Eric Dolphy
  • Album: At The Five Spot, Volume 1.
  • FLAC: 1945 mb | MP3: 1919 mb
  • Released: 1961
  • Style: Post Bop, Modal
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 103
Eric Dolphy - At The Five Spot, Volume 1. album flac

Recorded July 16, 1961

Original Jazz Classics - OCJ-133 A1. Fire Waltz 00:00 A2. Bee Vamp 13:34 B1. The Prophet 26:00 Alto Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Eric Dolphy Bass – Richard.

At the Five Spot volumes one and two is a pair of jazz albums documenting one night (16 July 1961) from the end of Eric Dolphy and Booker Little's two-week residency at the Five Spot in New York. This was the only night to be recorded; the engineer was Rudy Van Gelder. A third volume from this session was released, titled Memorial Album, containing "Number Eight (Potsa Lotsa)" and "Booker's Waltz". These two tracks were later released on the Rudy Van Gelder remaster of Volume 2.

Comes in a stiff plastic sleeve with a "20bit K2 SUPER CODING" logo in the bottom right corner. Other Versions (5 of 43) View All. Cat.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011. Eric Dolphy at the Five Spot. The music of Eric Dolphy and Booker Little (the latter died of uremia in October of 1961 at the age of twenty-three, only several months after the engagement at the Five Spot which this series of albums documents) is representative of the new energy, the new dynamism, in jazz. Still, as the musk in this album wilt witness, Dolphy and Little were surmounting both the outwardly imposed obstacles and those that are developed within. Robert Levin, LP liner notes. Joe Goldberg observed in his liner notes to the first LP volume : In format, it was a standard quintet of the kind that the bop era had made traditional – saxophone, trumpet and three rhythm – but the music hinted at developments that were going far beyond that concept.

Memorial Album (Dolphy, Eric and Booker Little) 1964, 2006 . Dolphy, Eric - At The Five Spot Volume 1 +1 (1961). with Booker Little, Mal Waldron, Richard Davis, Eddie Blackwell.

Eric Dolphy communicated hard-won joy through some of the most peculiar intervals jazz had ever heard, and this CD collects over an hour of joyous Dolphy. It's an unusual gesture of generosity from Concord Music Group, who love to repackage previously released material without adding anything new and who lately (as of 2014) have started selling CD-R copies of their catalog.

Personnel: Eric Dolphy - alto saxophone, bass clarinet & flute. Booker Little - trumpet. As old Latin proverb says: how many people, so many tastes.