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Evan Parker / Paul Rutherford / Dave Holland / Paul Lovens - The Ericle Of Dolphi mp3 download


A To Meet A 23:36
B To Meet B 15:14
C To Stay A (First Part) 24:12
D1 To Stay A (Continued) 16:33
D2 To Stay B 6:03


  • Double Bass, Cello – Dave Holland (tracks: A, B)
  • Drums, Cymbal [Cymbals], Saw [Singing Saws] – Paul Lovens
  • Producer – Paul Lovens
  • Recorded By [Analogue Multi-mike Recording] – Jost Gebers (tracks: A, B)
  • Recorded By [Digital, Coincident Stereo Pair] – Adam Skeaping (tracks: C, D1, D2)
  • Sleeve Notes – Lo!*
  • Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Evan Parker
  • Trombone – Paul Rutherford


Sides A and B recorded on November 3rd, 1976. Sides C and D recorded on April 27th, 1985.
Evan Parker / Paul Rutherford  / Dave Holland / Paul Lovens - The Ericle Of Dolphi mp3 download
Performer: Evan Parker
Genre: Jazz
Title: The Ericle Of Dolphi
Released: 1989
Style: Free Improvisation
MP3 version ZIP size: 1185 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1882 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 748

Not just a "wall of noise" which can be heard thousands of times over with a conglomeration of Free Jazz heavyweights. Well recorded with a heavy dose of Paul Rutherford-Trombone. It's s shame this Po Torch Label only put out 17 albums cause the sound is excellent ! It's a $100+ album (2 LPS) all day, each day and twice on Sunday...I'm not biased I'm not selling it....
Ok. Thank you. I have to keep writing there's a minimum of 10 words.
There are 16 releases on Po Torch or 19 x vinyl in LP format.The book from Johannes Rod has some mistakes. F.e. it confuses scheduled but never released with actually issued LP's on Po Torch.
I just counted the listings on Discogs. I didn't think anyone would care or even read that for that matter. It's funny you mention that book as not only do I have it but I reviewed it on and am presently the only review listed as of 05/04/2016 (Verified Purchase). i was careful not to break out my Thesaurus and use words no one understands. Your choice of the word "Pedantic" hampers my understanding of your message as I don't know what that means. Perhaps a more common word would have been more helpful. But good for you for noticing that. Good work! Everyone has power on the Internet!
I don't want to be pedantic, James, but wasn't it 18 albums? According to Johannes Rod's "Free Jazz and Improvisation on vinyl" it's that number. Whatever, it's a great recording, shame it's so rare.
I was on the concert of the second disc : absolutely great. It is a shame that Paul passed.I love them three's music forever
Yes I assume he was at the Concert. I don't think Security would allow him being on the Roof of the Venue (ie "On the Concert") when it's so much easier to just buy a ticket. Not to mention I doubt it was Sold Out as the average public isn't astute enough to understand Free Jazz.
What do you mean you "were on the concert" ? Do you mean you were at the concert? Please elaborate. ...I like hearing inside stories....