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Ayler, Albert: La Cave Live, Cleveland 1966 Revisited [2 CDs]
Ayler, Albert:
La Cave Live, Cleveland 1966 Revisited [2 CDs]

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Never-before released recordings of tenor saxophonist Albert Ayler's 1966 band recording in his home town of Cleveland at club La Cave, recorded over two nights in a superb sextet with brother Donald on trumpet, Frank Wright on tenor sax, Michel Samson on violin, Clyde Shy on double bass and Ronald Shannon Jackson on drums, performing Ayler's compositions and Don Cherry's "D.C.".

Ayler, Albert Quintet 1966: Berlin, Lorrach, Paris & Stockholm. Revisited [2 CDs]
Ayler, Albert Quintet 1966:
Berlin, Lorrach, Paris & Stockholm. Revisited [2 CDs]

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Tenor saxophonist Albert Ayler's 1966 quintet brought a unique orchestration to his music, heard in these live performances in Berlin, Lörrach, Paris & Stockholm in November of 1966, four concerts presented chronologically as performed with the exemplary playing of brother Donald Ayler on trumpet, Michel Samson on violin, William Folwell on bass, and Beaver Harris on drums.

Ayler, Albert: Spirits Rejoice & Bells Revisited
Ayler, Albert:
Spirits Rejoice & Bells Revisited

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Revisiting two of the most essential and influential albums of saxophonist Albert Ayler's discography, both recorded in 1965 — Spirits Rejoice in a sextet and Bells in a quintet — both drawing from some of NY's finest players including Charles Tyler, Henry Grimes, Gary Peacock, Sunny Murray, Donald Ayler and Lewis Worrell, properly remastered to showcase Ayler's stunning conceptions in free jazz.



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