At the Five Spot, Volumes 1 & 2, are a pair of jazz albums documenting one night of multi-instrumentalist Eric Dolphy's two-week residency at the Five Spot in New York. That night, July 16, 1961, was the only one to be recorded by the famous engineer Rudy Van Gelder. Dolphy and trumpeter Booker Little were accompanied by pianist Mal Waldron, bassist Richard Davis and drummer Ed Blackwell. This quintet was, and still is, an inspiration for the progressive free bop jazz scene. The album might well be one of the best live jazz albums ever. Two exciting line ups pay tribute to the legendary quintet within the same repertoire. The first group exists of members of Mostly Other people Do The Killing, together with young New York pianist Ron Stabinsky. The second is a unique collaboration of musicians based in Berlin, Paris, London and Amsterdam. Theconcert is organized by the Bimhuis and North Sea Jazz; the first performance will be at the Bimhuis on July 7, followed by theJuly 8 concert atthe festival.