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Berlin Concerts

Eric Dolphy

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This two-LP set features the great multi-instrumentalist 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. With trumpeter Benny Bailey helping out on half of the selections along with a strong rhythm section, the two-fer would be a perfect introduction for listeners not familiar with Eric Dolphy's innovative style, but this set is very difficult to find.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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1
Hot House
00:19:07

Eric Dolphy, Performer - Tadd Dameron, Composer

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2
When Lights Are Low
00:13:05

Eric Dolphy, Performer - Benny Carter, Composer

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3
Geewee
00:02:52

Eric Dolphy, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - ENJA/GEMA, MusicPublisher

1990 Enja Horst Weber 1990 Enja Horst Weber

4
God Bless The Child
00:03:31

Eric Dolphy, Performer - Holiday - Herzog, Composer

1990 Enja Horst Weber 1990 Enja Horst Weber

5
Hi-Fly
00:14:41

Eric Dolphy, Performer - Randy Weston, Composer

1990 Enja Horst Weber 1990 Enja Horst Weber

6
The Meeting
00:05:40

Eric Dolphy, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - ENJA/GEMA, MusicPublisher

1990 Enja Horst Weber 1990 Enja Horst Weber

7
I'll Remember April
00:13:09

Eric Dolphy, Performer - Rate-DePaul, Composer

1990 Enja Horst Weber 1990 Enja Horst Weber

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This two-LP set features the great multi-instrumentalist 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. With trumpeter Benny Bailey helping out on half of the selections along with a strong rhythm section, the two-fer would be a perfect introduction for listeners not familiar with Eric Dolphy's innovative style, but this set is very difficult to find.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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