At the Five Spot volumes one and two is a pair of jazz albums documenting one night (16 July 1961) from the end of Eric Dolphy and Booker Little's two-week residency at the Five Spot in New York. This was the only night to be recorded; the engineer was Rudy Van Gelder. A third volume from this session was released, titled Memorial Album, containing "Number Eight (Potsa Lotsa)" and "Booker's Waltz". These two tracks were later released on the Rudy Van Gelder remaster of Volume 2.
At The Five Spot, Volume 1. Year. 9, Dynamic Range Meter . 1 log date: 2017-05-18 21:08:57 -. Analyzed: Eric Dolphy, At the Five Spot - Vol. 1 -. DR Peak RMS Duration Track -. DR12 -. 3 dB -1. 7 dB 13:44 01-Fire Waltz DR12 -. 5 dB -1. 3 dB 12:30 02-Bee Vamp DR12 -. 9 dB 21:21 03-The Prophet -. Number of tracks: 3 Official DR value: DR12. Samplerate: 44100 Hz Channels: 2 Bits per sample: 16 Bitrate: 904 kbps Codec: FLAC .
The Prophet 26:00 Alto Saxophone, Bass Clarinet - Eric Dolphy Bass - Richard Davis (2) Drums - Ed Blackwell Piano - Mal Waldron Trumpet - Booker Little Recorded live on 16 July 1961 at the Five Spot, New York, N. Original Jazz Classics - OCJ-133 A1. Fire Waltz 00:00 A2. Bee Vamp 13:34 B1. The Prophet 26:00 Alto Saxophone, Bass Clarinet - Eric Dolphy Bass - Richard Davis (2) Drums - Ed Blackwell Piano - Mal Waldron Trumpet - Booker Little Recorded live on 16 July 1961 at the Five Spot, New York, NY. Music.
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When the first volume of At the Five Spot was released, the next track, Waldron's "Fire Waltz," was the first track on the album. That's fitting enough - it nicely summarizes the quintet's approach. Bee Vamp (both versions). Here is another Little composition, a couple of bars of melody followed by soloing on a not particularly inspiring chord progression. July 1961, live at the Five Spot in NY: Eric Dolphy, Booker Little, Mal Waldron, Richard Davis and Ed Blackwell. Dolphy is on fire as he perhaps never was before or since, and given his consistently incendiary discography that's saying something. Little clearly inspires him and is equally thrilling.