Albert Ayler Quintet - Spirits Rejoice FLAC album
Personnel includes Albert Ayler (tenor saxophone), Donald Ayler (trumpet).
Spirits Rejoice (1966) Personnel: Albert Ayler (Tenor Saxophone) Charles Tyler (Alto Saxophone) Gary Peacock (Bass) Donald Ayler (Trumpet) Henry Grimes.
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Spirits Rejoice by Albert Ayler, released 01 January 1965 1. Spirits Rejoice 2. Holy Family 3. DC 4. Angels 5. Prophet Live recording of Ayler's large septet configuration, featuring brother Donald, Charles Tyler, Sunny Murray and both Henry Grimes and Gary Peacock on bass. Compared to the bare trio of Spiritual Unity, this nearly big band of two bass players and a strong horn section allows Ayler's expressive vision depth from the joyous to the aggressive in Ayler's five original compositions.
Ghosts is the second album release by American free jazz saxophonist Albert Ayler's quartet featuring Don Cherry, Gary Peacock and Sonny Murray recorded in Copenhagen in 1964 and first released on the Dutch Debut label then later released on the Freedom label as Vibrations.
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Spirits Rejoice is a live album by American free jazz saxophonist Albert Ayler recorded in New York City in 1965 and first released on the ESP-Disk label.
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Harpsichord – Call Cobbs
- Recorded At – Judson Hall
- Copyright (c) – United International
- Alto Saxophone – Charles Tyler
- Art Direction – Bert Glassberg
- Bass – Gary Peacock, Henry Grimes
- Cover – Sandra H. Stollman*
- Drums, Percussion – Sunny Murray
- Engineer – David Hancock
- Tenor Saxophone, Composed By – Albert Ayler
- Trumpet – Donald Ayler
NotesRecorded September, 1965 at Judson Hall, NYC.
© 1965 by United International (ASCAP)
On jacket: ESP-DISK 180 Riverside Drive, New York, N.Y. 10024
On label: ESP-DISK, 156 5th Avenue, New York, 10010
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched Runout): ESP 1020 A STEREO
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched Runout): ESP 1020 B STEREO
- Rights Society: ASCAP
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|E.S.P. 1020, 538.111||Albert Ayler||Spirits Rejoice (LP, Album)||ESP Disk, E.S.P Explosive||E.S.P. 1020, 538.111||France||1973|
|ESP 1020||Albert Ayler Quintet||Spirits Rejoice (CD, Album, RE)||ESP Disk||ESP 1020||US||2012|
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