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Hill's piano playing is excellent, and the tracks provide solid evidence of Hill's compositional genius.
A wonderful record that is in my estimation, along with Black fire and Point of Departure, one of the essential of the Hill sixties Blue Note sessions.
No, this music is not for everyone, but it is music that, if it speaks to you, will really, really speak to you!
This is one of the classic 60's Blue Note recordings from Andrew Hill. The best part is the chemistry between Hill and drummer Roy Haynes. Read morePublished 14 months ago by dark energy
Not his best effort, but it still has its appeal. An attempt to straddle the more commercially attractive mainstream and the free jazz that was in vogue at the time. Read morePublished on September 28, 2010 by Severus Martin Bernice