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Out to Lunch!

Eric Dolphy

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Hat And Beard
Eric Dolphy
Something Sweet, Something Tender
Eric Dolphy
Eric Dolphy
Out To Lunch
Eric Dolphy
Straight Up And Down
Eric Dolphy
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    42:07
" ... 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.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Records Studio Masters

Recording by Rudy Van Gelder. Cover Photo and Design by Reid Miles. High-Resolution Mastering by Alan Yoshida and Robin Lynn at Blanche Dubois, April 2012.

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