Genre: Jazz
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Ken McIntyre & Eric Dolphy Looking Ahead Import LP (Clear Vinyl)

Ken McIntyre & Eric Dolphy

Availability: In Stock
In Stock An In Stock item is available to ship normally within 24 business hours.
Preorder A Preorder is an item that has not yet been released. Typically the label will set a projected release date (that is subject to change). If a projected release date is known, we will include this in the description in red. Other Preorders are set to release 'TBA.' This means that release date is yet 'To Be Announced'. The Preorder can be released anywhere between weeks, months or years from its initial announcement.
Backordered An Out Of Stock item is an item that we normally have available to ship but we are temporarily out of. We do not have a specific date when it will be coming.
Awaiting Repress Awaiting repress titles are in the process of being repressed by the label. No ETA is available at this time.
Expected On When an item is Out Of Stock and we have an estimated date when our stock should arrive, we list that date on our website in the part's description. It is not guaranteed.
Special Order A Special Order item is an item that we do not stock but can order from the manufacturer. Typical order times are located within the product description.
Adding to cart… The item has been added

1961 Album Reissued on Clear Vinyl LP!

Reissue, originally released in 1961. Looking Ahead is the debut album by American jazz musician Ken McIntyre, recorded with fellow alto saxophonist Eric Dolphy in 1960 and released on the New Jazz label in January 1961. From the beginning Mr. McIntyre considered himself part of the avant-garde or "new thing" movement in jazz, as spearheaded by musicians like Ornette Coleman, Bill Dixon, and Cecil Taylor, although his own music was considerably more traditionally melodic than theirs. He played a whole fleet of reed instruments, including oboe, bassoon, bass clarinet, and saxophones. In 1964, on the album Way, Way Out, he recorded bouncing, urgent jazz tunes with chilly, dissonant string arrangements; in 1966, he accompanied Mr. Taylor on the album Unit Structures, a landmark recording of the jazz avant-garde.


  • Clear Vinyl
  • Import


Ken McIntyre alto sax, flute
Eric Dolphy alto sax, flue, bass clarinet
Walter Bishop Jr. piano
Sam Jones bass
Arthur Taylor drums


Side A:

  1. Lautir
  2. Curtsy
  3. Geo.'s Tune
  4. They All Laughed

Side B:

  1. Head Shakin'
  2. Dianna

Customers Also Like