Albert Ayler - Albert Ayler FLAC album
Albert Ayler's short but definitive album Bells covers about 20 minutes of music from his legendary Town Hall/N. concert on May Day of 1965. Ayler and his quintet blow their own horns in alert of the "new thing" in jazz coming on strong, with no apologies as to its fierce intent or audacious stance.
Introduction By Albert Ayler - Albert Ayler. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией
Альбом · 2015 · Песен: 68. Доступно с подпиской на Apple Music. Бесплатная пробная подписка.
Albert Ayler (/ˈaɪlər/; July 13, 1936 – November 25, 1970) was an American avant-garde jazz saxophonist, singer and composer. After early experience playing R&B and bebop, Ayler began recording music during the free jazz era of the 1960s. However, some critics argue that while Ayler's style is undeniably original and unorthodox, it does not adhere to the generally accepted critical understanding of free jazz.
2018 Analog Source Remaster 2018. Albert Ayler: Stockholm, Berlin 1966. Albert Ayler, Beaver Harris, William Folwell. Copenhagen Live 1964. Albert Ayler, Don Cherry, Gary Peacock, Sunny Murray, Albert Ayler Quartet. Milestones of Jazz Legends - Avantgarde the New Thing, Vol. 9.
Tenor and alto saxophonist, radical at the time, now recognised as a pivotal figure of 1960s avant garde jazz.
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Love Cry - Студийный альбом от Albert Ayler. В альбом вошло 12 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:03:58. Albert Ayler Omega Live In Europe 1964-1966. GIORGIO GASLINI ''Omega Is The Alpha - Bells'' (Albert Ayler) (rec. 1990). omega is the alpha s o u. Albert Ayler - Our Prayer.
Albert Ayler (born July 13th, 1936 in Cleveland Heights, Ohio – New York City, November 1970) was the most primal of the free jazz musicians of the 1960s. He possessed a deep blistering tone-achieved by using the stiffest plastic reeds he could find on his tenor saxophone-and a broad, pathos-filled vibrato that came right out of church music.
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