Remaster and reissue of saxophonist Charles Tyler's Ensemble in their 2nd ESP LP from 1967, challenging and exploratory playing of avant-jazz from a quartet that reaches for something beyond.
Eastern Man Alone
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"This 1967 recording by the avant-garde saxophonist -- his second for ESP-Disk' -- features Tyler on alto sax with accompaniment from David Baker (cello), Brent McKesson (bass) and Kent Brinkley (bass). The album starts out with 'Cha-Lacy's Out East' which revisits a theme from his first album as leader. The proceedings are heady free-form avant-jazz, reaching into cosmic realms with it's string-heavy backing providing soaring atmospheres. Tyler cut legendary records as a sideman to Albert Ayler, but as a leader, proves to be one of the most advanced, challenging, and exploratory players of the late '60s avant-garde. Newly remastered with original artwork & liner notes by Clifford Allen."-ESP
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Catalog ID: ESPDISK 1059CD
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Recorded at Feature's Studio, Indianapolis, January 2nd, 1967 by Paul Binders. Originally released in 1967 as an LP on the ESP label.
Charles Tyler-alto sax
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1. Cha-Lacy's Out East 12:24
2. Man Alone 12:02
3. Le-Roi 13:00
4. Eastern 10:56