Hat And Beard - Eric Dolphy - Out To Lunch! (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Hat And Beard - Eric Dolphy - Out To Lunch! (CD, Album)

  1. Eric Dolphy was a true original with his own distinctive styles on alto, flute, and bass clarinet. His music fell into the "avant-garde" category yet he did not discard chordal improvisation altogether (although the relationship of his notes to the chords was often pretty abstract). While most of the other "free jazz" players sounded very serious in their playing, Dolphy's solos often came Missing: Hat And Beard.
  2. Apr 06,  · Hat and Beard Something Sweet, Something Tender Gazzelloni. Side Two. Out to Lunch Straight Up and Down. Artist Biography by Scott Yanow. Eric Dolphy was a true original with his own distinctive styles on alto, flute, and bass clarinet.
  3. Out to Lunch! was the final album by cult avant-garde Jazz musician Eric Dolphy before his untimely death in Tracklist. Side One "Hat and Beard" () "Something Sweet, Something Tender" () "Gazzelloni" () Side Two "Out to Lunch" ().
  4. For me, the go-to Dolphy record has to be his most famous, Out to Lunch (), which was recorded shortly before his death and released posthumously. The Penguin Jazz Guide observes that this was the third time Dolphy had used the word “out” in his album title − the previous two were Outward Bound () and Out There () − which Missing: Hat And Beard.
  5. Label: Universal Music - PCBE/DCT • Format: CD • Country: Japan • Genre: Stage & Screen • Style: Soundtrack Sitemap. G-Force Rhythm - David Holland - Zouche - Pop Sounds By David Holland, Hat And Beard - Eric Dolphy - Out To Lunch!, Psychemagik - Magik Sunset Part 1, Detroit Rock City (Unplugged) - Kiss - The Kiss Kollection Vol 6.
  6. 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 10/
  7. On the compositional side, Dolphy provides songs that run the gamut between dissonant odd-metered avant-garde ("Out to Lunch," "Straight Up and Down," "Hat and Beard," dedicated to Thelonious Monk, one of the only jazz composers who could be said to foreshadow Dolphy's style), early 's gospel jazz (the ballad "Something Sweet, Something Tender") and frantic, twisted bop riffing Missing: Hat And Beard.
  8. The album covers a broad range of moods, albeit with a pervasive air of mordancy, and first track Hat and Beard really throws us in at the deep end. The title is a reference to Thelonious Monk, and it’s easy to imagine Monk hammering out something akin to Dolphy’s bass clarinet line, imbued as it is with Monk’s weird sense of rhythm.

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