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A 16-bar composition derived from the blues in C-minor.

Oliver Nelson - tenor sax Freddie Hubbard - trumpet Eric Dolphy - flute Bill Evans - piano Paul Chambers - bass Roy Haynes - drums George Barrow - baritone sax

The soloists are: 1. Hubbard, 2. Dolphy, 3. Nelson and 4. Evans

Recorded February 23, 1961 at the Van Gelder Studio, NJ Originally released on the album The Blues And The Abstract Truth, Impulse! A-5, 1961

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  • they come in thru the head and mix into the blood, those souls who are eternal in these sounds.
  • All I can say is, this is haunting and beautiful. It gets right inside my heart.
  • So good.
  • I FIRST HEARD THIS COMPOSITION PERFORMED ON A LIVE FRANK ZAPPA ALBUM. THANKS TO ZAPPA, AND SPOTIFY DISCOVER WEEKLY, I NOW HAVE THE ENJOYMENT OF A GROUP OF ARTISTS I WOULD OTHERWISE NOT BE AWARE OF.
  • Fantastic
  • Eric Dolphy's inhales just before blowing the flute are chilling. Almost ghostly. All in all a stupendous track!
  • que bueno..
  • goood
  • classic
  • Magnificent Jazz piece! No more words.

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