Out There

Eric Dolphy

Out There
  • CAT # OJCCD-023-2

    1. Out There 6:54
    2. Serene 7:00
    3. The Baron 2:56
    4. Eclipse 2:44
    5. 17 West 4:48
    6. Sketch Of Melba 4:38
    7. Feathers 5:00

Dolphy's second album as a leader is a departure from his first, Outward Bound, where he used a conventional front line (his alto with trumpeter Freddie Hubbard) albeit differently, in that by utilizing Ron Carter's bowed cello as a second voice he achieves a chamber-like avant jazz. It was quite daring for its time and again spotlights Eric's bass clarinet and flute as well as, on one number ("Eclipse," a Charles Mingus composition), conventional clarinet.

with Ron Carter, George Duvivier, Roy Haynes

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