Date: August 30th 1961 B2, C1 & D1 recorded at Funkturm Exhibition Hall, Berlin; all other titles recorded at Club 'Jazz-Saloon', Berlin. Labels and spine: IC 3017-2 Jacket front/rear: Inner City 3017.
Album · 1961 · 3 Songs. Berlin Concerts Eric Dolphy. The Best of Eric Dolphy.
Berlin Concerts" was taken from two gigs at the Funkturn Exhibition Hall and the Club "Jazz Salon" in Berlin on August 30, 1961 and features Dolphy with what even the liner notes describe as the "very straight-forward rhythm section" of drummer Buster Smith, bassist Jamil Nasser, pianist Pepsi Auer, and trumpeter Benny Bailey. Track two has Dolphy on bass clarinet, doing the familiar "When the Lights Are Low" sans piano or trumpet.
Listen free to Eric Dolphy – Berlin Concerts (Hot House, When Lights Are Low and more). Bass – George Joyner Drums – Earl Smith Flute, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Eric Dolphy Piano – Pepsi Auer Producer – J. E. Berendt Trumpet – Benny Bailey Recorded Aug. 30th, 1961 at Funkturm Exhibition Hall, Berlin (with exception of tracks 3/4/6 which were recorded later the same day at the jazz club 'Jazz Saloon' in Berlin). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
Berlin Concerts album by Eric Dolphy was released Jul 01, 2008 on the Enja label. This two-LP set features the great t Eric Dolphy mostly stretching out on standards, coming up with very original statements on such songs as "Hot House," "When Lights Are Low," "Hi Fly," "I'll Remember April" and "God Bless the Child" (the latter taken as an unaccompanied bass clarinet solo), in addition to two brief originals.
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