The Bill Dobbins Jazz Orchestra
Advent Cleveland, OH 5003
According to the jacket notes "Textures" was commissioned by The John F. Kennedy Center for The Performing Arts in 1969.
I don't normally look for jazz LPs, but I was drawn to the funky 70s cover art. Apparently this LP is obscure and I found just one other copy online. I also found a Bill Dobbins, jazz composer and pianist online. This work in not on his list of "recordings". But there is a photograph of him printed on a slip sheet found inside the jacket. Apparently this record was made when Dobbins was in his mid-20s.
Textures is the "A" side, however, by way of posting a sample, I'm going with "The Balcony", the second track found on the B side. "The Balcony" was inspired by The Kent State University shooting, according to the jacket notes. And, at the very least, this song seems to have made a big impression on Chris Colombi, Jr., Jazz Critic for The Cleveland Plain Dealer (author of the jacket notes).