Stretching out in 1965, with John Gilmore, Joe Chambers and co, two extra percussionists, and two bassists on one track. Abstract but fierce, textured but compelling.
Mid-seventies, with lots of Konitz, including a duet; Ted Curson on half.
Remainder cut, bottom left corner.
A cor-blimey line-up, and a masterpiece, recorded on the first day of spring in 1964. Dorham, Dolphy, Joe Henderson, Richard Davis, Tony Williams.
His Blue Note debut from 1963, an all-time jazz masterpiece. With Joe Henderson in blistering form, Roy Haynes, Richard Davis.