Genre: Jazz
Label: Vinyl Passion
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Eric Dolphy In Europe DMM 180g Import LP

Eric Dolphy

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180g Vinyl LP!

This album was recorded live in Copenhagen on September 8, 1961. Multi-instrumentalist/composer Eric Dolphy, who left a distinct and original imprint on jazz, here plays solo bass clarinet on "God Bless the Child". It is generally considered his best recorded version of the composition. "Oleo" is more in the hard bop vein and Dolphy's bass clarinet really cooks! Hi-Fly is a 13-minute duet with Dolphy on flute and Chuck Israels on bass. Joined by a supportive Danish rhythm section (pianist Bent Axen, bassist Erik Moseholm and drummer Jorn Elniff), Dolphy is in excellent form throughout.

Note: The original Debut 136 issue listed the last take of "In The Blues" as "I Don't Know Why".


  • 180g Vinyl
  • Black Vinyl
  • Direct Metal Master
  • Import
  • Made in the E.U.


Eric Dolphy alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute
Chuck Israels bass
Erik Moseholm bass
Bent Axen piano
Jorn Elniff drums


Side A:

  1. I Don't Know Why
  2. God Bless The Child
  3. The Way You Look Tonight

Side B:

  1. Oleo
  2. Hi-Fly

Recorded live at "Studenterföreningen", Copenhagen, Denmark, September 8, 1961

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