Great, great album
Barely over half an hour long, this is one of the finest jazz albums of the 1960s. Dickerson was a vibes player of extraordinary delicacy who created dancing, lyrical forms that seem to be freely improvised but which never lose their connection to an overarching melodic concept. Here he has wonderful rhythmic support from Andrew Cyrille and Walter Tucker, and Andrew Hill's piano contributions are precise and beautiful, some of his best playing ever. The long title piece deserves its high reputation: few women can have had a more haunting tribute written to them.