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Two 1965 New York Concerts, LP 1 was recorded at Judson Hall & LP 2 was recorded at Slugs . A remarkable and previously unrecorded quartet featuring three jazz giants: guitarist Gábor Szabó, bassist Ron Carter and drummer Pete La Roca.

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'It was a specific time and place'; Lloyd told Manhattan Stories annotator Don Heckman. 'We all felt like the boundaries were being dissolved and we could do or try anything. This is a music of freedom and wonder -- we were young and on the move.'

The Judson Hall recording comes from the archives of Resonance founder George Klabin, whose trove has previously yielded treasures from Bill Evans and Jimmy Giuffre. The Slugs' performances were recorded by Bjorn von Schlebrugge, who accompanied Lloyd to his Manhattan gigs.

Limited 2-LP Gatefold Edition

Audiophile 180-gram vinyl pressed on 12 LP s at 33 1/3 RPM by Record Technology Incorporated (R.T.I.)

Mastered by Bernie Grundman

Deluxe 2-LP Limited Edition Pressing of 1,000 

Hand-numbered gatefold jacket

Beautiful four panel insert with liner notes by Stanley Crouch, Willard Jenkins, Don Heckman & Michael Cuscuna

Featured Artists:

Charles Lloyd: saxophone & flute

Gábor Szabó: guitar

Ron Carter: bass

Pete La Roca: drums