Duets 1992 is a hand-numbered limited edition double LP of 665 copies
Duets 1992 marks one of the rare occasions Bill Dixon and Cecil Taylor actually recorded together in the studio – Dixon's appearance on Taylor's 1966 Blue Note LP being another. In 1992 they undertook a brief tour of Italy and France and spent two days in the studio where these recordings were made.
The planned album, however, was shelved for more than 25 years until the idea for its posthumous release was mooted by Bill Dixon Trust – the trumpeter died in 2010 – and approved by Taylor before his death in 2018.
Mastered from the original tapes and featuring an essay by historian Ben Young, Duets 1992 is released in a limited edition of 665 copies by Triple Point Records and costs $94.