℗ 1964 Blue Note Records
Released August 1, 1964
Duration 42m 13s
Record Label CM BLUE NOTE (A92)
Genre Jazz
 

Out To Lunch! (Flat Transfer From Original Analog Master Tape)

Eric Dolphy

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1.1
Hat And Beard
Eric Dolphy
8:24
1.2
Something Sweet, Something Tender
Eric Dolphy
6:02
1.3
Gazzelloni
Eric Dolphy
7:22
1.4
Out To Lunch
Eric Dolphy
12:06
1.5
Straight Up And Down
Eric Dolphy
8:19
" ... Out To Lunch! is one of the finest records of its kind ..." - All About Jazz "Half a century later it still sounds crazy in a good way." - NPR Eric Dolphy recorded Out To Lunch! in 1964 at the peak of his creativity. That creativity was, sadly, short-lived. Dolphy barely lived long enough to see the release of this album -- he died of complications from diabetes at the age of 36. Considered a classic of modern jazz, Out To Lunch! was innovative, ahead of its time, an antidote to predictability and the foundation of the avant-garde jazz movement.
2.8224 MHz DSD – CM BLUE NOTE (A92) Studio Masters
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Hat And Beard
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Something Sweet, Something Tender
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Gazzelloni
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Out To Lunch
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Straight Up And Down

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