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Something Sweet, Something Tender - Eric Dolphy - Out To Lunch! (CD, Album)

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  1. So Long, Eric! was released by Intakt Records. The cover art is influenced by that of Dolphy's Out to Lunch! album. The Daily Telegraph ' s critic wrote that "Everything is brilliantly re-imagined, and infused with quick-witted humour. Most importantly the music-making keeps touching base with Dolphy and the tradition he sprung from, however.
  2. Out to Lunch stands as Eric Dolphy's magnum opus, an absolute pinnacle of avant-garde jazz in any form or era. Its rhythmic complexity was perhaps unrivaled since Dave Brubeck's Time Out, and its five Dolphy originals -- the jarring Monk tribute "Hat and Beard," the aptly titled "Something Sweet, Something Tender," the weirdly jaunty flute showcase "Gazzelloni," the 10/
  3. A2 Something Sweet, Something Tender Out to Lunch! CD Sized Album Replica, Limited Edition, Remastered. CD Blue Note / TOCJ Out to Lunch! The absolute masterpiece by the immortal Eric Dolphy, who died young a few months later. This is also his only recording for the blue note label, featuring him as the main performer.
  4. referencing Out To Lunch!, 2x12", Album, Ltd, RE, RM, MMBST, BST , Trying to figure out why multiple sellers have a numbered version when the info and images do not seem to indicate this is a numbered edition.
  5. Apr 17,  · Listened to Out to Lunch now, it is as commanding and demanding as it was over four decades ago, which says something about how so many young -- and older -- jazz musicians have retreated from the barricades, and the frontiers that Dolphy saw should be explored as part of the essential contract of jazz.
  6. Out to Lunch, an Album by Eric Dolphy. Released in August on Blue Note (catalog no. BLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Avant-Garde Jazz.
  7. Jan 30,  · But then, somewhere in the middle of “Something Sweet, Something Tender", a song that starts off so promisingly, I sort of space out while Dolphy is squawking away. That seems to be the story.
  8. Eric Dolphy was an admirer of Thelonious Monk, dedicating Hat and Beard (from Out to Lunch and also heard on our first CD) to him. He played Epistrophy when working as a soloist with various bands and it appears on the radio broadcast at the end of his life .
  9. Eric takes the lead on his own briefly, then Richard, and it sort of fades out. An interesting way to end such a piece. 5/5 Something Sweet, Something Tender () This one wastes no time. Eric’s bass clarinet melody comes in right away, with only Richard Davis’ bowed bass playing along with him. This is a ballad of sorts.

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