Here are some interview clips of Woody Shaw briefly discussing the influence of Eric Dolphy on the development of his musical thought process and approach to playing the trumpet. Also included is a clip of 18 year-old Woody Shaw on his recorded debut on Dolphy's "Conversations" album (with Bobby Hutcherson, Richard Davis, Clifford Jordan, and J.C. Moses) in 1963.
Woody Shaw on the influence of Eric Dolphy
- Woody Shaw Interview: "We Are Linked to A Legacy" (Downbeat 1983)
- Listen: Woody Shaw & Bobby Hutcherson: Live in Tokyo (1981)
- New York Times Review: Beethoven to Woody Shaw (1976)
- Cadence Magazine Review (2012) — Woody Plays Woody (Reissue/Compilation)
- New York Times Review: "Woody Shaw is the reigning trumpet king" (1977)
- Woody Shaw on the influence of Eric Dolphy
- Larry Young & Woody Shaw: From Newark to Paris (Woody Shaw III Liner Notes)
- The Eric Dolphy Interview (Leonard Feather, 1960s)
- Woody Shaw Interview: "My Approach to Jazz" (1976)
- Happy 89th Birthday, Elvin Jones — Live Recording: Woody Shaw with Elvin Jones @ Village Vanguard, 1980.