Eric Dolphy - The Complete Uppsala Concert download mp3 album
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. 1961: The Complete Uppsala Concert (Jazz Door). 1961: Stockholm Sessions (enja). 1961: 1961 (Jazz Connoisseur) also released as Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise (Natasha Imports) (live). 1961: Memorial Album: Recorded Live At the Five Spot (Prestige) (live). 1962: Vintage Dolphy (GM Recordings/enja). Eric Dolphy: Last Date (video), Rhapsody Films, 1991. Stop Smiling magazine, Jazz Issue. Ben Ratliff "Jazz Enigma of the ’60s Has an Encore: A New Focus on Eric Dolphy, in Washington and Montclair", The New York Times, 27 May 2014.
One of my pet theories is that one of the kickstarts for creative indigenous jazz in Europe was the tours undertaken there by Eric Dolphy as a leader (late summer 1961, summer 1964) and with John Coltrane (winter 1961) and Charles Mingus (summer 1964).
Eric Allan Dolphy, Jr. (June 20, 1928 – June 29, 1964) was an American jazz alto saxophonist, flutist, and bass clarinetist. On a few occasions, he also played the clarinet, piccolo, and baritone saxophone. Dolphy was one of several ts to gain prominence in the 1960s.
The Complete Uppsala Concert. Label: Gambit Records Released: 2005 Views: 377. Track Listing. What Is This Thing Called Love?; 245; Laura; 52nd Street Theme; Bag's Groove; Out of Nowhere; I'll Remember April; 52nd Street Theme; When Lights are Low. Personnel. Eric Dolphy: alto sax, flute, bass clarinet; Rony Johansson: piano; Kurt Lindgren: bass; Rune Carlsson: drums. The Complete Uppsala Concert by Andrey Henkin. Roads Less Travelled. Eric Dolphy: A Deeply Dedicated Musician. Eric Dolphy: Out to Lunch. This is Eric Dolphy by Michael Davis. Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise by AAJ Staff. The Complete Uppsala Concert.
Eric Dolphy - alto sax, bass clarnet, flute Rony Johanson - piano Kurt Lindgren - bass Rune Carlsson - drums. AMG: This two-CD set features the remarkable Eric Dolphy (tripling on alto, bass clarinet, and flute) during a concert in Sweden. Accompanied by an obscure but talented rhythm section (pianist Rony Johansson, bassist Kurt Lindgren, and drummer Rune Carlsson), Dolphy really stretches out on five of the seven numbers, particularly during a 2O and-a-half minute version of his blues "245
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Songs from The Uppsala Concert, Vol. 1 by Eric Dolphy, Kurt Lindgren. The Uppsala Concert, Vol. 1. Artists: Eric Dolphy.
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|1-1||What Is This Thing Called Love
Composed By – Cole Porter
Composed By – Eric Dolphy
Composed By – David Raksin
|1-4||52nd St. Theme
Composed By – Thelonious Monk
Composed By – Milt Jackson
|2-1||Out Of Nowhere
Composed By – Edward Heyman, Johnny Green
|2-2||I'll Remember April
Composed By – Don Raye, Gene Depaul, Patricia Johnston
|2-3||52nd St. Theme
Composed By – Thelonious Monk
|2-4||When Lights Are Low
Composed By – Benny Carter
- Alto Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Flute – Eric Dolphy
- Bass – Kurt Lindgren
- Drums – Rune Carlsson
- Piano – Rony Johansson
NotesRecorded Live at Västmanland Dala Nation, Sweden, Sept. 4, 1961.
|JD 1253/54||Eric Dolphy||The Complete Uppsala Concert (2xCD, Comp, Unofficial)||Jazz Door||JD 1253/54||Germany||1993|