Ayler Young - Back In The City mp3 flac
- Album: Back In The City
- MP3: 1724 mb | FLAC: 1972 mb
- Released: 2010
- Rating: 4.4/5
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Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Albert Ayler, the Velvet Underground, Eric Dolphy, Dusty Springfield, and the other artists who changed music forever. Inevitably, our list also reflects the realities of the marketplace in the ’60s-some brilliant singles artists never made a great album.
Bells is a live album by American free jazz saxophonist Albert Ayler recorded at The Town Hall in New York City in 1965 and first released as a single sided LP on the ESP-Disk label. The album was released in many variations including clear and coloured vinyl and with a variety of colored covers and most recently on CD combined with Prophecy.
Album's title: Back In The City.
November 5, 1970 in New York City, NY. Genre. Avant-Garde Jazz Free Jazz Jazz Instrument Saxophone Jazz. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick.
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.
Albert Ayler had disappeared from his New York City home since November 6. His body was found in the East River three weeks later. His funeral was held discreetly on December 4 in his native Cleveland. Members of his family and several friends attended the funeral. Simplicity does not mean simplism and there was no demagogy in the words of Albert Ayler when he spoke of a music from the people for the people. He was perfectly aware of its objectives: I want to play the melodies I sang when I was a kid. Folk melodies that every one could understand. The album we present gathers on one side the start and on the other one the last two numbers from the second concert given by Albert Ayler at the Maeght Foundation. A fervour-laden Truth is marching in reminds one of the New Orleans funerals and we know it was played by Ayler at the funeral of John Coltrane.
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|2||Back In The City||4:21|
|4||One Man Show||4:15|
Featuring – DJ Logic
|9||Brand New Girl F. Charisse||4:28|
NotesPackaged in a digipak.
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- Barcode: 7 05105 34033 3