Impressions of a Patch of Blue

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Impressions of a Patch of Blue
Studio album by Walt Dickerson Quartet and Sun Ra
Released 1966
Recorded 1965
Genre Jazz
Length 35:21
Label MGM
Producer Tom Wilson
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Impressions of a Patch of Blue is a 1966 album by vibraphonist Walt Dickerson with keyboardist Sun Ra in a rare appearance as a sideman. It is the last album Dickerson recorded before his decade long sabbatical from jazz before his comeback in the mid-1970s. The album is relatively mainstream considering the work of the contributing musicians. An interesting detail though, is that Sun Ra plays the harpsichord, an instrument rarely used in a jazz setting.

Track listing[edit]

  1. A Patch of Blue (part 1)
  2. A Patch of Blue (part 2)
  3. Bacon & Eggs
  4. High Hopes
  5. Alone in the Dark (part 1)
  6. Alone in the Dark (part 2)
  7. Selina's Fantasy
  8. Thataway

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