One of the most obscure 60s jazz sessions on ESP – a really free outing from pianist Lowell Davidson
, working here in a trio that includes Gary Peacock on bass and Milford Graves on drums! Davidson
's approach to the keys is quite far out, especially for the time – very much in the mode of Cecil Taylor, but possibly even more open-ended than Taylor's work up to this point. He doesn't get lost in the open spaces, though, thanks in no small part to the intuitiveness of his players. Really wonderful stuff that's loose, angular and engrossing all the way! Tracks are all longish originals – and titles include "L", "Ad Hoc", "Strong Tears", "Stately 1", and "Dunce".