I really like Joe's playing and I can also recommend the work he did with John Mayer, one of the first Indian/Jazz fusion bands. Well before John Maclaughlin. His pioneering free jazz albums including Abstract and Freeform are remarkable, "Out-Ornetteing" Ornette Coleman in my opinion by a mile. It's a real shame he died destitute and unloved. Shame on us all.
Stan says "Mr Blueshead is a blues of another colour - deeper both in shade and texture, slower and more relaxed in tempo. The theme, by David Mack, is utterly ravishing, and ravishingly exposed by flautist William Bennett. I have always judged the true fibre of a jazz musician by his interpretation of blues, and his ability to express - through this most terse and magnificent of musical forms - the most deeply felt of his musical emotions. As a consequence I have recorded many blues performances in my twenty years of record production, but seldom have I been so moved by a performance for which I hold some responsibility, nor more deeply indebted to the artist who has made such a profound experience possible. Truth to tell, this piece alone justifies the title of the album. "
The search should be easier with the right song title !