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Albert Ayler, Don Cherry, John Tchicai, Roswell Rudd, Gary Peacock, Sonny Murray
New York Eye and Ear Control

The legendary ESP-Disk are doing some reissues, and the even more legendary Albert Ayler is the subject. This disc here is a 1964 session that features Ayler alongside Don Cherry, John Tchai, Gary Peacock, Sonny Murray… The talents! They ...view item »

Albert Ayler
Bells

Albert Ayler baby! ESP-Disk here give reissue to a 1965 live recording of Bells, originally released as a single-sided LP. Well this reissue doesn’t make you go hungry on the other side: it includes an extra track that has previously turned up on rare pressings of Spiritual Unity. Fiery New York free jazz...view item »

Albert Ayler Quartet
The Hilversum Sessions

The holy ghost of jazz, Albert Ayler, is one of the music's most influential free players, creating a monumental space, both dynamic and emotional, for the genre's avant-garde to live in. The six tracks on Hilversum Sessions were recorded in the eponymous Dutch city and show his physical prowess, the way he was able to solder ...view item »

Albert Ayler
My Name Is Albert Ayler

The maestro of spiritual free jazz Albert Ayler reissued on Jeanne Dielman. This debut recording comes from 1964 and reveals that even this early in his career Ayler’s scathing tone and technical skills were obvious. The highlight of My Name is Albert Ayler is the tortured cover of Summert...view item »

Albert Ayler
In Greenwich Village

An essential slice of Albert Ayler, reissued by Impulse! and Back To Black. In Greenwich Village is a live recording of Ayler, performing with cello, violin, and Henry Grimes’ bass. The 4 pieces include the lush ‘Our Prayer’ and Ayler’s ...view item »

Albert Ayler
Spiritual Unity

An entirely essential album here, reissued by the original label, ESP-Disk. Spiritual Unity was the record that made the world take notice of Albert Ayler, and you can hear why. Right from the first notes, Ayler declares his intent to lead his trio into the territory of no-holds-barred, freely improvise...view item »