Reissued Eric Dolphy and new sounds from Federica Michisanti

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The release of 1963 recordings from Eric Dolphy on Musical Prophet together with new music from Italian bassist Federica Michisanti, alongside a broad selection of older tracks make up an eclectic show.


  • Eric Dolphy "Jitterbug Waltz" from Musical Prophet: The Expanded 1963 New York Studio Sessions (Resonance) 00:00
  • Federica Michisanti Horn Trio "Morning Sewing" from Silent Rides (Filibusta Records) 08:44
  • Bill Moring & Way Out East "Sweat" from Spaces in Time (Owl Studios) 15:06
  • Avery Sharpe "Fly with the Wind" from Legends and Mentors (JKNM Records) 22:54
  • Bill Cantrall "Axiom" from Axiom (Up Swing Records) 30:13
  • Federica Michisanti Horn Trio "Your Books" from Silent Rides (Filibusta Records) 38:23
  • Eric Dolphy "Iron Man" from Musical Prophet: The Expanded 1963 New York Studio Sessions (Resonance) 50:15
  • Jeff Parker "Rang (for Michael Zerang)" from The Relatives (Thrill Jockey) 1:00:06
  • Philip Catherine "My Funny Valentine" from Concert in Capbreton (Dreyfus Jazz) 1:08:01
  • John Fedchock "Moon Alley" from Live at the Red Sea Jazz Festival (Capri Records) 1:15:42
  • Nate Wooley Sextet "Old Man on the Farm" from (Sit In) The Throne of Friendship (Clean Feed) 1:24:56
  • David Weiss "Breathing Room" from Breathing Room (Fresh Sound New Talent) 1:30:06
  • Federica Michisanti Horn Trio "Silent Rides" from Silent Rides (Filibusta Records) 1:41:08
  • Eric Dolphy "Burning Spear (Alternative Take)" from Musical Prophet: The Expanded 1963 New York Studio Sessions(Resonance) 1:48:49

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