Eric Dolphy & Booker Little - Memorial Album Recorded Live At The Five Spot download mp3 album
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.
In addition, Dolphy's album Far Cry recorded for Prestige features Little on five tunes (one of which, "Serene", was not included on the original LP release). Dolphy and Little also co-led a quintet at the Five Spot during 1961. The rhythm section consisted of Richard Davis, Mal Waldron and Ed Blackwell. One night was documented and has been released on three volumes of At the Five Spot as well as the compilation Here and There. In addition, both Dolphy and Little backed Abbey Lincoln on her album Straight Ahead and played on Max Roach's Percussion Bitter Sweet. Clifford Brown + Eric Dolphy – Together: Recorded live at Dolphy's home, 1954 (Rare Live Records, 2005).
Eric Dolphy At the Five Spot, Vo. first appeared on Memorial Album;. Booker Little trumpet Mal Waldron. from the end of Eric Dolphy and Booker Little's two-week r. Eric Dolphy & Booker Little Quintet. and "Booker's Waltz" cover for Memorial Album. PR 7334; Vinyl LP. ric dolphy & booker little memorial album recorded live at the five spot Prestige CPRX 24. 43 stereo - France BIEM Original - 1964 - original usedEric Dolphy & Booker Little - Memorial Album music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping. Eric Dolphy, Eric Dolphy Quintet.
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Memorial Album: Recorded Live At The Five Spot. The two tracks making up MEMORIAL ALBUM get us back to business (though they were actually recorded earlier in the gig), with Dolphy on alto for his intense, puzzlingly titled "Number Eight (Potsa Lotsa)" and touches of evident under-rehearsal failing to detract from Little's beguiling "Booker's Waltz.
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|1||Number Eight (Potsa Lotsa)
Written-By – Eric Dolphy
Written-By – Booker Little
- Manufactured By – Victor Entertainment, Inc.
- Distributed By – Victor Entertainment, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Victor Entertainment, Inc.
- Recorded At – Five Spot Café
- Alto Saxophone – Eric Dolphy (tracks: 1)
- Bass – Richard Davis
- Bass Clarinet – Eric Dolphy (tracks: 2)
- Drums – Ed Blackwell
- Engineer [Original Recording] – Rudy Van Gelder
- Liner Notes [Japanese] – 小川隆夫*
- Photography By [Cover], Design – Don Schlitten
- Piano – Mal Waldron
- Producer [Original Recording] – Esmond Edwards
- Remastered By – Tamaki Beck
- Sleeve Notes [Original] – Robert Levin
- Trumpet – Booker Little
NotesRecorded in performance at the Five Spot, New York, July 16. 1961.
Comes in mini LP replica with OBI & Japanese insert.
20 bit K2 Mastering
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 4 988002 395248
- Rights Society: JASRAC
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