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|Now completely updated to include the most recent discoveries concerning his life and recordings, this book will long stand as the definitive treatment of Eric Dolphy's music.|
|Eric Dolphy at the Five Spot (PRESTIGE/FANTASY OJCCD 133) Eric Dolphy, alto |
saxophone, bass clarinet, flute; Booker Little, trumpet; Mai Waldron, piano;
Richard Davis, bass; Ed Blackwell, drums. Recorded 1961 Eric Dolphy was
Vladimir Bogdanov, Chris Woodstra, Stephen Thomas Erlewine - 2002 - Preview
|With trumpeter Benny Bailey helping out on half of the selections along with a |
strong rhythm section, the two-fer would be a perfect introduction for listeners not
familiar with Eric Dolphy's innovative style, but this set is very difficult to find.
|4 Uremia (kidney failure) has been blamed for Dolphy's death: "his sudden death, |
as a result of uremia and/or undiagnosed diabetes."5 This quote is from a review
of Raymond Horricks's monograph, The Importance of Being Eric Dolphy.
|“Eric Dolphy grew up in...” and following paragraphs, including tax reference Cf. |
Alan Saul, Eric Dolphy Discography, http:/farcry.neurobio.pitt.edu/Discographies/
Ericdiscg.HTML and Vladimir Simosko and Barry Tepperman, Eric Dolphy: A ...
|3.75 7.50 15.00 ❑KZ30873 Iron Man 1971 5.00 10.00 20.00 EPITAPH ❑ E-4010 |
Eric Dolphy 1928-1964 1975 3.75 7.50 15.00 EVEREST ARCHIVE OF FOLK &
JAZZ ❑ FS-227 Eric Dolphy and Cannonball Adderley 1968 3.00 6.00 12.00 ...
|Lol Henderson, Lee Stacey. ERIC DOLPHY Eric Dolphy spent the most |
prominent part of his brief career on the cutting edge of jazz innovation. He was
one of the first jazz soloists to bring the flute and the bass clarinet to the fore, and