Artist: Eric Dolphy Album: 'Out To Lunch!' Label: Blue Note Genre: Avant-Garde Jazz Year: 1964 Tracks: 01 Hat and Beard – 00:00 02 Something Sweet,
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Текст песни: Oh, oh I think it’s time we take 'em church And none of my niggas got killed last night Nigga that was God, my nigga that was Go. .
Out to Lunch! is a 1964 album by jazz t Eric Dolphy. His only recording for Blue Note as a leader, it was originally issued as BLP 4163 and BST 84163. 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. Tony Williams had turned 18 a few months before this recording, and is listed as "Anthony Williams" on the album cover.
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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 militaristic title track, the drunken lurch of "Straight Up and Down" - were a perfect balance of structured frameworks, carefully calibrated timbres, and generous individual freed.
After Eric Dolphy’s solo, Freddie starts his. As is throughout the album, Hubbard plays decidedly more traditionally. It’s still out there, and nowhere near hard bop, but it isn’t the squeaks and squawks of our friend Eric Dolphy, either. He gets some great little licks in this solo. All throughout these solos Richard Davis is playing with some of the most beautiful bass tone you can imagine. Out To Lunch (12:09) This one starts with Tony playing a military drum part. Then Dolphy comes in on alto sax along with Freddie Hubbard to play the melody, and the rest of the band comes in here as well. The melody is wild and brief, and Dolphy quickly starts his solo, with the kind of accompaniment we’ve grown accustomed to from this rhythm section.
Artists Eric Dolphy ‘Out to Lunch!' ‘Out to Lunch!' Eric Dolphy. This album has an average beat per minute of 100 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 70/135 BPM). Tracklist ‘Out to Lunch!'
Out to Lunch shows Dolphy more apt for sonic annihilation than keeping in tradition, but the playing is in many ways a freer flight than what Coltrane was doing at the same period. None the less Dolphy shows his passion and unique style that would influence future players still to this day. ADVERTISEMENT.
On this 1964 album, Dolphy displays his talents on flute, alto saxophone, and bass clarinet. Basic Jazz Record Library. Murray Horwitz and . Spellman pick the jazz albums at home in anyone's music collection. Eric Dolphy: 'Out to Lunch'. Eric Dolphy: 'Out to Lunch' 3:03. It's Eric Dolphy's Out to Lunch, and it's on the Blue Note label. HORWITZ: The NPR Basic Jazz Record Library is supported by NPR member stations and by the Lila-Wallace Reader's Digest Fund. For NPR Jazz, I'm Murray Horwitz.