Fifty years later, it is still fresh and exciting. Lowell Davidson was a jazz musician who died at the young age of 49, though he played piano, drums, bass, and reeds. The owner of ESP-Disk, Bernard Stollman, recommended Ornette Coleman to join the band, even though he had never heard him play before, as he was a student at Harvard University at the time. Gary Peacock on bass, Milford Graves on percussion, and a trio of other musicians, this 1965 self-titled album has been reissued on vinyl for the 21st year. Gary Peacock on bass, Milford Graves on percussion, and Davidson as pianist seem to form a symbiotic relationship, and Davidson's excellent harmonic sense is beautifully reflected in one of the unparalleled masterpieces in the history of free jazz. This is a piece that was also reissued on CD in Japan. Limited edition of 500 copies.