Genre: Jazz
Label: Naked Lunch
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Eric Dolphy Complete Uppsala Concert Vol. 1 LP

Eric Dolphy

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Live Recording On Vinyl LP!

Recorded Live in Sweden in September 1961, the Uppsala Concert is an important document from Eric Dolphy's first Swedish tour as leader of an obscure but talented local quartet featuring Rony Johansson (piano), Kurt Lindgren (bass), and Rune Carlsson (drums). Master Dolphy shines, as always, on all his instruments alto sax, bass clarinet, and flute, while the track list consists of a rare mix of standards such as Milt Jackson's "Bags Groove", Monk's "52nd Street Theme", Cole Porter's "What Is This Thing Called Love?", and the famous unaccompanied alto sax version of "Laura", all this plus a 20-minute long version of Dolphy's blues "245" where every single note played by Dolphy sounds as pure gold.


  • Vinyl LP
  • Recorded at Vastmanlands-Dala Nation, Uppsala, Sweden on September 4th, 1961


Eric Dolphy alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute
Rony Johansson piano
Kurt Lindgren bass
Rune Carlsson drums


Side A:

  1. What Is This Thing Called Love?
  2. 245

Side B:

  1. Bag's Groove
  2. Laura
  3. 52nd St. Theme

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