je ne suis pas capable d'être critique des enregistrements de Dolphy. [2][3] Dolphy extended the vocabulary and boundaries of the alto saxophone, and was among the earliest significant jazz flute soloists. Dolphy was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Better Git Hit In Your Soul: 11:28: Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting (Part 1) 5:15: Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting (Part 2) 6:54: Folk Forms, No. Dolphy's musical presence was influential to many young jazz musicians who would later become prominent. [1] On a few occasions, he also played the clarinet and piccolo. Posthumous releases are listed by recording date, rather than release date. [1], Dolphy was engaged to marry Joyce Mordecai, a classically trained dancer who resided in Paris. In fact, he knew more than was supposed to be possible to do on them."[22]. [52] He was apparently seriously ill when he arrived, and during the first concert was barely able to play. in 1997, called The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings. Complete your Eric Dolphy & … Dolphy was the subject of a 1991 documentary titled Last Date, directed by Hans Hylkema, written by Hylkema and Thierry Bruneau, and produced by Akka Volta. Dolphy was one of several multi-instrumentalists to gain prominence around the time that he was active. Write away guys. It is often considered his magnum opus. [1] On these early sessions, he occasionally played baritone saxophone, as well as alto saxophone, flute and soprano clarinet. ON SALE + Quick Add. Eric Dolphy. And one of the albums he did with Coltrane- I'd recommend Ole. In an AllMusicreview of volume 1, Michael G. Nastos stated that Dolphy's group had "developed into a role model for all progressive jazz combos to come", while "[t]he combined power of Dolphy and Little -- exploring overt but in retrospect not excessive dissonance and atonality -- made them a target for critics but admired among the burgeoning progressive post-bop scene." [24]) He was later among the musicians who worked on Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus in 1963, and is featured on "Hora Decubitus". In addition, Dolphy's album Far Cry, recorded for Prestige, features Little on five tunes (one of which, "Serene", was not included on the original LP release). Dolphy was credited to pioneering the use of the Bass Clarinet as a solo improvising instrument and much of his best work was in the company of John Coltrane and Charles Mingus. He was a diabetic—all they had to do was take a blood test and they would have found that out. Charles Mingus had known Dolphy from growing up in Los Angeles,[18] and the younger man joined Mingus' Jazz Workshop in 1960, shortly after arriving in New York. Cornell 1964 is a live album by the Charles Mingus Sextet, featuring Eric Dolphy. Before trumpeter Booker Little died at the age of 23, he and Dolphy had a short-lived musical partnership. Musical Prophet: The Expanded 1963 New York Studio Sessions [3 CD], Eric Dolphy: His Prestige / New Jazz Albums by Eric Dolphy (2004-03-09), Eagles Farewell 1 Tour - Live From Melbourne, Delicate Sound Of Thunder - Restored, Re-edited, Remixed [Blu-ray]. Coltrane later said of this criticism: "they made it appear that we didn't even know the first thing about music (...) it hurt me to see [Dolphy] get hurt in this thing. While certain details of his death are still disputed, it is largely accepted that he fell into a coma caused by undiagnosed diabetes. 1 Prestige-Fantasy 2004 . solo per collezionisti, ma anche no. 7. Eric Dolphy - Flute, Alto Sax, Bass Clarinet Idrees Sulieman, Trumpet Rune Owferman, Piano Jimmy Woode, Bass Sture Kallin, Drums 1. THE OPENING SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING. There's a problem loading this menu right now. A later documentary and liner notes dispute this, saying Dolphy collapsed on stage in Berlin and was brought to a hospital. Brief content visible, double tap to read full content. [69] In the United States, the arts group Seed Artists presented a two-day festival entitled Eric Dolphy: Freedom of Sound in Montclair, NJ that year. Eventually much of this material was passed on to the musician James Newton. In addition, both Dolphy and Little backed Abbey Lincoln on her album Straight Ahead and played on Max Roach's Percussion Bitter Sweet. Unable to add item to List. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. I was very excited when the CD originally came out and bought it shortly after its release. Eric Allan Dolphy Jr. (June 20, 1928 – June 29, 1964) was an American jazz alto saxophonist, bass clarinetist and flautist. He was one of the greatest people I've ever known, as a man, a friend, and a musician. [48] The sessions are perhaps most famous for the three duets Dolphy performs with bassist Richard Davis on "Alone Together", "Ode To Charlie Parker", and "Come Sunday"; the aforementioned release Muses adds another take of "Alone Together" and an original composition for duet from which the album takes its name. [12] It was announced in May 2014 that five boxes of music papers had been donated to the Library of Congress. $21.14 $23.49. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 25, 2011, WHAT AN OUTSTANDING IMPROVISOR ERIC DOLPHY WAS. Dolphy's recording career as a leader began with Prestige. Last Date is a live album by jazz musician Eric Dolphy released in early 1965 on Limelight Records.It was recorded on June 2, 1964 in Hilversum, Holland, shortly after Dolphy had settled in Paris following a tour with Charles Mingus. 8:26 PREVIEW Iron Man (Live… 1961 Preview SONG TIME Woody'n You. 2. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. This is a fairly new release and is an excellent example of the always interesting and billiant work of Eric Dolphy who passed much too soon. He was hospitalized that night, but his condition worsened. Left Alone 2. The liner notes to the Complete Prestige Recordings box set say that Dolphy "collapsed in his hotel room in Berlin and when brought to the hospital he was diagnosed as being in a diabetic coma. Still, as much as one might cherish their contributions to such Dolphy classics as Far Cry and Live at the Five Spot, nothing can prepare you for the concert experience of Dolphy's 1963 working band featuring a startling young pianist from the next generation, 23-year-old Herbie Hancock. Art Farmer, James Metlock, Eddie Preston, Bob Ross, trumpet; Danny Horton, Jimmy Knepper, William Willington, trombone; Eric Dolphy, Leroy Robinson, alto sax; Joe Howard, Clifford Solomon, tenor sax; Clyde Dunn, baritone sax; Joe Harrison, piano; Ben White, guitar; Roger Alderson, bass; Roy Porter, drum… [23] In 1961, Dolphy left Mingus' band and went to Europe for a few months, where he was recorded in Scandinavia and Berlin. ingo fourteen "Eric Dolphy Quintet - live at the Gaslight Inn, October 1962" has same recording date and location, same personel, but instead of 'I Got Rhythm' it has 'Oh, Lady Be Good' at B2,with Joe Carroll - voc. is a 1964 album by jazz multi-instrumentalist Eric Dolphy.His only recording on Blue Note as a leader, it was originally issued as BLP 4163 and BST 84163. [56] His headstone bears the inscription "He Lives In His Music."[14]. Authorized releases are those issued with Dolphy's input and approval, with all but the Blue Note LP appearing in Dolphy's lifetime. 8:57 PREVIEW Ode to Charlie Parker (Live) 2. Maybe put a Dolphy or Booker Little album on the turntable? In Stock. 7:59 PREVIEW Glad to Be Unhappy (Live) 8. Dolphy worked intermittently with Ron Carter and Freddie Hubbard throughout his career, and in later years he hired Herbie Hancock, Bobby Hutcherson and Woody Shaw to work in his live and studio bands. B. Spellman's Four Jazz Lives, was preparing himself to play with Cecil Taylor. Year: 1978. See All Musical Prophet: The Expanded New York Studio Sessions (1962-1963) 2019 The Best of Eric Dolphy 2004 Prestige Profiles: Eric Dolphy 2004 Eric Dolphy and Friends. "[6] 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.[8][9][10]. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. 6. After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. Nastos continued: "With the always stunning shadings of pianist Mal Waldron, the classical-cum-daring bass playing of Richard Davis, and t… Dolphy, Mingus said, "was a complete musician. The virtuoso reedman engages the pianist and drummer J.C. Moses in ever more impassioned rhythmic exchanges. When Eric got sick on that date [in Berlin], and him being black and a jazz musician, they thought he was a junkie. Dolphy also performed on key recordings by George Russell (Ezz-thetics), Oliver Nelson (Screamin' the Blues, The Blues and the Abstract Truth, and Straight Ahead), and Ornette Coleman (Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation and the Free Jazz outtake on Twins). Pianist Geri Allen analyzed Dolphy's music for her master's thesis at the University of Pittsburgh,[68] and paid tribute to Dolphy in tunes like "Dolphy's Dance," recorded and released on her 1992 album Maroons. Many such offerings are of bootleg quality, poorly recorded and/or edited, while others feature somewhat lacklustre performances as Dolphy tries to find common ground with one of the many pick-up rhythm sections with which he played. He was very familiar with the music of composers such as Anton Webern and Alban Berg, and had a large record collection that included music by these composers, as well as by Debussy, Ravel, Stravinsky, and Bartók. Dolphy occasionally recorded unaccompanied saxophone solos;[41] his only predecessors were the tenor players Coleman Hawkins (most notably "Picasso", 1948[42]) and Sonny Rollins (for example "Body and Soul", 1958[43]), making Dolphy the first to do so on alto. --Chip Stern. [34][1] The first, sounding closer to hard bop than some later releases,[35][36] was recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's studio in New Jersey with trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, who shared rooms with Dolphy for a time when they both first arrived in New York. Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2017, Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2015, Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2015, Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2006. Please try again. Please try again. $11.24 $12.49. The man was absolutely without a need to hurt. At ease in any formations, from Chico Hamilton to Ornette Coleman, Dolphy featured, empowered and blew ahead each and every important session of the first half of the 60's. Born: June 20, 1928 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Eric Dolphy IN EUROPE 1 CD. That year also saw a Dolphy tribute by a Berlin-based group led by Gebhard Ullmann, who had previously founded a quartet named Out to Lunch in 1983. Dolphy, for all his unique and decidedly individual style, was a remarkably emphatic player. He also worked and recorded with Gunther Schuller (Jazz Abstractions), multi-instrumentalist Ken McIntyre (Looking Ahead), and bassist Ron Carter (Where?). [12] At age thirteen he received a "Superior" award on clarinet from the California School Band and Orchestra festival. Top 3 albums that feature Booker Little? Around 1962–63, one of Dolphy's working bands included the pianist Herbie Hancock, who can be heard on The Illinois Concert, Gaslight 1962, and the unissued Town Hall concert with poet Ree Dragonette. The album Far Cry contains his performance of the Gross-Lawrence standard "Tenderly" on alto saxophone,[44] and, on his subsequent tour of Europe, Billie Holiday's "God Bless the Child" was featured in his sets. SO LONG ERIC-HOMAGE TO ERIC DOLPHY CD. Some releases with Dolphy as a sideman were issued much later than the date of the recording session. The set features Dolphy heavily on both alto saxophone and bass clarinet, with Eric the featured soloist on their renditions of "Naima". ERIC DOLPHY / The Great Concert Of Eric Dolphy (1974. While I certainly don't buy the review panning this CD, I can't really subscribe to the Amazon review's breathless praise either. ON SALE + Quick Add. However Dolphy's music is hardwork even having listened to him for more than fifty years (i first came across him on "Charles Mingus presents Charles Mingus"'that I bought as an import way back in 1962. il basso prezzo d'acquisto non compensa la pessima qualità della registrazione. [77][78] The film includes video clips from Dolphy's TV appearances, along with interviews with the members of the Misha Mengelberg trio, with whom Dolphy recorded in June 1964, as well as commentary from Buddy Collette, Ted Curson, Jaki Byard, Gunther Schuller, and Richard Davis. [14] He graduated in 1947, then attended Los Angeles City College, during which time he played contemporary classical works such as Stravinsky's L'Histoire du soldat and, along with Jimmy Knepper and Art Farmer, performed with Roy Porter's 17 Beboppers,[14] He went on to make eight recordings with Porter by 1949. Before a concert in Oslo, he informed Mingus that he planned to stay in Europe after their tour was finished, partly because he had become disillusioned with the United States' reception to musicians who were trying something new. Dolphy's virtuoso instrumental abilities and unique style of jazz, deeply emotional and free but strongly rooted in tradition and structured composition, heavily influenced such musicians as Anthony Braxton,[58] members of the Art Ensemble of Chicago,[59] Oliver Lake,[60] Arthur Blythe,[61] Don Byron,[62] and Evan Parker. Hancock reacts to the shamanistic energy of Dolphy's improvisations with the kind of exploratory open voicings and emotional urgency that characterized Bobby Hutcherson's vibraphone work on Out to Lunch!, save that no two-mallet vibist could hope to approximate the rich chordal canvas Hancock portrays on "Softly as a Morning Sunrise." Mingus then named the blues they had been performing "So Long Eric". [63], Dolphy was posthumously inducted into the Down Beat magazine Hall of Fame in 1964. Dolphy intended to settle in Europe with his fiancée Joyce Mordecai, who was working in the ballet scene in Paris. Dolphy was one of several multi-instrumentalists to gain prominence in the 1960s. Full content visible, double tap to read brief content. 1986 Preview SONG TIME Half Note Triplets (Live) 1. [64] John Coltrane paid tribute to Dolphy in an interview: "Whatever I'd say would be an understatement. If you're new to Eric Dolphy, don't start here. In July 1963, producer Alan Douglas arranged recording sessions for which Dolphy's sidemen were emerging musicians of the day, and the results produced the albums Iron Man and Conversations, as well as the Muses album released in Japan in late 2013. Eric Allan Dolphy is simply the most important jazz multi-instrumentist ever, if such "rankings" should apply in music. This sextet worked at the Five Spot before playing at Cornell University and Town Hall in New York (both were recorded: Cornell 1964 and Town Hall Concert) and subsequently touring Europe. His association with the label spanned 13 albums recorded from April 1960 to September 1961, though he was not the leader for all of the sessions. After being administered a shot of insulin he lapsed into insulin shock and died". [27][28] Coltrane had gained an audience and critical notice with Miles Davis's quintet, but alienated some jazz critics when he began to move away from hard bop. I can only say my life was made much better by knowing him. The Charles Mingus Live in '64 Jazz Icon DVD is an incredible record of one of the best jazz ensembles to ever play together. There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists. And one of the albums he did with Coltrane- … Rare Jazz Live in Europe: Eric Dolphy Last Concerts 1964 Eric Dolphy died, only 36, for a diabetic coma, june 29, 1964 in Berlin, during his European tournée . Authorized releases are those issued with Dolphy's input and approval, with all but the Blue Note LP appearing in Dolphy's lifetime. Intriguing and worthwhile but not his best, Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2001. Charles Mingus said, "Usually, when a man dies, you remember—or you say you remember—only the good things about him. Features Herbie Hancock on piano and Eddie Khan on bass, and J.C. Moses on drums. [14] He performed Edgard Varèse's Density 21.5 for solo flute at the Ojai Music Festival in 1962,[46] and participated in Gunther Schuller's and John Lewis's Third Stream efforts of the 1960s. [25][26] They would often exchange ideas and learn from each other,[14] and eventually, after many nights sitting in with Coltrane's band, Dolphy was asked to become a full member in early 1961. Help others learn more about this product by uploading a video! Posthumous releases are listed by recording date, rather than release date. Twentieth-century classical music was also part of Dolphy's musical career. [12] Before he left for Europe in 1964, Dolphy left papers and other effects with his friends Hale Smith and Juanita Smith. American jazz alto saxophonist, flautist, and bass clarinetist. ", dedicated to Gerald Wilson, and the blues "Les" and "245". [20] Later he joined Mingus' working band which also included Ted Curson at the time. This album features Dolphy's fully developed avant-garde yet structured compositional style rooted in tradition. 1. These sessions marked the first time Dolphy played with Bobby Hutcherson, whom he knew from Los Angeles, and whose sister he dated at one point. [11] With the group he became known to a wider audience and was able to tour extensively through 1958–59, when he parted ways with Hamilton and moved to New York City. [37] The album features three Dolphy compositions: "G.W. [4][3], 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. Reviewed in the United States on August 10, 2015. The rhythm section consisted of Richard Davis, Mal Waldron and Ed Blackwell. [30] A 2001 Pablo box set drawing on recordings of Coltrane's performances from his European tours of the early 1960s feature tunes absent from releases of the 1961 Village Vanguard material, such as "My Favorite Things", which Dolphy performs on flute.[31]. [1] One night was documented and has been released on three volumes of At the Five Spot as well as the compilation Here and There. Eric Dolphy Bio Eric Allan Dolphy (June 20, 1928 – June 29, 1964) was an American jazz alto saxophonist, flautist, and bass clarinetist. Top 3 live jazz albums of all time? [1] He began music lessons at age six, studying clarinet and saxophone privately. Certainly the Coltrane Village Vanguard sessions featuring Dolphy are masterpieces; however, he has more room to blow in this setting. After being issued haphazardly over the next 30 years, a comprehensive box set featuring all of the recorded music from the Vanguard was released on Impulse! In Stock. [19] He took part in Mingus' big band recording Pre-Bird (later re-released as Mingus Revisited), and is featured on "Bemoanable Lady". Today it is generally considered one of the finest albums in the label's history, as well as one of the high points in 1960s avant-garde jazz and in Dolphy's oeuvre. Find Eric Dolphy discography, albums and singles on AllMusic They gave him some detox stuff and he died, and nobody ever went into that club in Berlin again. Tragically, Dolphy, 33 years old at the time of these sessions, would die just three years later in Berlin, … [45] (The earliest known version was recorded at the Five Spot during his residency with Booker Little.) Live at the legendary Five Spot Café in New York City, this band set the Apple, and the entire jazz world on their collective ears. Dolphy entered the U.S. Army in 1950 and was stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington. 3 (Live) 1961 Compilations. "[22], Dolphy was buried in Angelus-Rosedale Cemetery in Los Angeles. Dolphy is accompanied by the Misha Mengelberg trio on the album. [69], In 1997, the Vienna Art Orchestra released Powerful Ways: Nine Immortal Non-evergreens for Eric Dolphy as part of its 20th anniversary box set. In Stock. Some releases with Dolphy as a sideman were issued much later than the date of the recording session. 10:24 PREVIEW When the Lights Are Low. I don't remember any drags he did to anybody. Dolphy also admired the Italian flute virtuoso Severino Gazzelloni, after whom he named his composition Gazzelloni.[47]. It was recorded at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York on March 18, 1964. Out to Lunch! [71], In 2014, marking 50 years since Dolphy's death, Berlin-based pianists Alexander von Schlippenbach and Aki Takase led a project, So Long, Eric!, celebrating Dolphy's music and featuring musicians such as Han Bennink, Karl Berger, Tobias Delius, Axel Dörner, and Rudi Mahall. (It was one of Mengelberg's first appearances on record.) ", recorded on Outward Bound. Eric didn't use any drugs. That was the end of that club". This excellent 2-CD set collects together all the extended quintet performances by the great multi-instrumentalist Eric Dolphy(1928-1964) recorded live on July 16, 1961 towards the end of a two-week engagement at the Five Spot in New York. Died: June 29, 1964 in Berlin, Germany. He was a fine lead alto in a big band. Recorded live at the University of Illinois on March 10, 1963. Dolphy received his big break when he was invited to join Chico Hamilton's quintet in 1958. [12][72], Dolphy's compositions are the inspiration for many tribute albums, such as Oliver Lake's Prophet and Dedicated to Dolphy, Jerome Harris' Hidden In Plain View,[73] Otomo Yoshihide's re-imagining of Out to Lunch!,[74] Silke Eberhard's Potsa Lotsa: The Complete Works of Eric Dolphy,[75] and Aki Takase and Rudi Mahall's duo album Duet For Eric Dolphy.[76]. [5][6][7] 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. ON SALE + Quick Add. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations, Select the department you want to search in. Charles Mingus's "Eclipse" from this album is one of the rare instances where Dolphy solos on soprano clarinet (others being "Warm Canto" from Mal Waldron's The Quest,[39] "Densities" from the compilation Vintage Dolphy,[40] and "Song For The Ram's Horn" from an unreleased recording from a 1962 Town Hall concert). [11][12] His parents were Eric Dolphy, Sr. and Sadie Gillings,[13] who immigrated to the United States from Panama. He also recorded two takes of a short solo rendition of "Love Me" in 1963, released on Conversations and Muses. Hancock abstracts and deconstructs the song form with imaginative polytonal overlays, allowing Dolphy to transcend the harmonic backgrounds and superimpose his own exploratory brand of calculated dissonance and speaking-in-tongues hosannas over the top. Mal Waldron, Eric Dolphy & Booker Little. Go buy The Complete Eric Dolphy and Booker Little Live at the Five Spot, Out to Lunch and one of the albums he did with Charles Mingus, like Mingus at Antibes or Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus. [32] Little's leader date for Candid, Out Front, featured Dolphy mainly on alto sax, though he played bass clarinet and flute on some ensemble passages. Charles Mingus With Eric Dolphy ‎– Charles Mingus Live With Eric Dolphy Genre: Jazz. Frank Zappa acknowledged Dolphy as a musical influence in the liner notes to the 1966 album Freak Out! Top 3 albums that feature Eric Dolphy? Style: Bop. Out There is closer to third stream music,[38] which would also form part of Dolphy's work, and features Ron Carter on cello. Last Date, originally a radio broadcast of a concert in Hilversum in the Netherlands, features Misha Mengelberg and Han Bennink, although it was not Dolphy's last public performance. [55] Shortly after Dolphy's death, Curson recorded and released Tears for Dolphy, featuring a title track that served as an elegy for his friend. He also played, on a few occasions the clarinet and baritone saxophone. [67] and included a Dolphy tribute entitled "The Eric Dolphy Memorial Barbecue" on his 1970 album Weasels Ripped My Flesh. [15] Beginning in 1952, he attended the Navy School of Music. The tour, although short, is well-documented on Revenge!, The Great Concert of Charles Mingus, Mingus in Europe Volume I, and Mingus in Europe Volume II. [16] Dolphy often had friends come by to jam, enabled by the fact that his father had built a studio for him in the family's backyard. Should he have lived what effect would he have had on the development of jazz? Given the brevity of Eric Dolphy's career, and the small number of albums released under his own name during his lifetime, it's not surprising that posthumously-issued live recordings form a considerable chunk of the reedsman's titanic legacy. Eric Dolphy LIVE AT THE FIVE SPOT 1 CD. Hugely recommended to all fans and new listeners to Eric. Tracklist . After repeated listenings, I feel it's a mild disappointment, but it's certainly of high musical quality and of more than simple historical interest. "[29], The initial release of Coltrane's residency at the Vanguard selected three tracks, only one of which featured Dolphy. He had mastered jazz. with Freddie Hubbard, Bobby Hutcherson, Richard Davis and Tony Williams. "[57] However, Davis new quintet's rhythm section had all worked under Dolphy, thus creating a band whose brand of "out" was strongly influenced by Dolphy. The combination of Clifford Brown and Eric Dolphy together on any recording will likely have … When the sextet performed Meditations in Belgium, they played flawlessly, with Eric Dolphy standing out on both flute and bass clarinet and Mingus experimenting with techniques and timbres on bass and with dropping objects onto the piano's strings during the performance. Carter, Hancock and Williams would go on to become one of the quintessential rhythm sections of the decade, both together on their own albums and as the backbone of Miles Davis's second great quintet. da un punto di vista musicale si tratta di una testimonianza marginale e tutt'altro che imprescindibile rispetto alle discografie di eric dolphy e herbie hancock. 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