Heavy and immense recording from the famed New York club in 1961. Here we find Eric Dolphy between stints, having just left Charles Mingus but not yet with John Coltrane. He's put together an irrepressible group, with Booker Little, Mal Waldron, Richard David, and Eddie Blackwell. This is untouchable experimental post-bop jazz; it's dissonant, emotional, and aggressive, but never so much that it loses the audience. A big Wayout favorite that we cannot recommend highly enough.
New, sealed copy on Prestige.