℗ 1968 Archive of Folk & Jazz Music
 

Eric Dolphy

Eric Dolphy

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1.1
Jitterbug Waltz
Eric Dolphy
7:01
1.2
Music Matador
Eric Dolphy
9:15
1.3
Juggin' Around
Eric Dolphy
6:28
1.4
Little Ditty
Eric Dolphy
4:00
1.5
Awful Mean (feat. Cannonball Adderley)
Eric Dolphy; Cannonball Adderley
6:55
Total Playing Time    33:39
The Archive of Folk & Jazz Music releases a compilation of classic works from envelope-pushing American jazz alto saxophonist, bass clarinetist and flautist Eric Dolphy. Dolphy extended the vocabulary and boundaries of the alto saxophone, and was among the earliest significant jazz flute soloists. His improvisational style was characterized by the use of wide intervals, in addition to employing an array of extended techniques to emulate the sounds of human voices and animals.He used melodic lines that were "angular, zigzagging from interval to interval, taking hairpin turns at unexpected junctures, making dramatic leaps from the lower to the upper register." Although Dolphy's work is sometimes classified as free jazz, his compositions and solos were often rooted in conventional (if highly abstracted) tonal bebop harmony.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Archive of Folk & Jazz Music Studio Masters

Tracks 1-5 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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