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Point Of Departure

Andrew Hill

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The Penguin Guide to Jazz - Four Stars

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"... diabolically brilliant ... includes some of the fiercest, high density writing of the era ... features extraordinary improvising ... a cornerstone jazz recording that every serious jazz listener should hear."
- All About Jazz

"... brought awed reactions across the jazz scene, for its dazzling exploration of jolting time shifts and searing colours and the eliciting of exceptional performances from stars such as Eric Dolphy, Joe Henderson and Davis drummer Tony Williams."
- The Guardian

A landmark in jazz history, pianist's Andrew Hill's 1964 avant-garde session boasts an almost unbelievable studio roster including Kenny Dorham on trumpet, Eric Dolphy on sax, clarinet and flute, Joe Henderson on tenor saxophone, Richard Davis on double bass and Tony Williams on drums. It's not a surprise they put the names of all the band members on the front cover!
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