Ayler, Albert: My Name Is Albert Ayler

Ayler, Albert SKU: 30700321
Ayler, Albert: My Name Is Albert Ayler

Ayler, Albert: My Name Is Albert Ayler

Ayler, Albert SKU: 30700321

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: My Name Is Albert Ayler
Artist: Ayler, Albert
Label: Jeanne Dielman
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 8033706211212
Genre: Jazz

Vinyl LP pressing. Originally released in 1964, My Name Is Albert Ayler is the debut album by legendary free jazz saxophonist Albert Ayler. Recorded in Copenhagen with a Scandinavian rhythm section, this album sets the stage for the sheer brilliance that was to come. Although the backing band plays fairly straight-ahead bop and feels out of place at times, it doesn't detract from the program as a whole, as Ayler's singular sound shines through. This is especially true on the absolutely stunning version of "Summertime." An essential piece of the unique Albert Ayler puzzle, documenting one of the most important jazz musicians of the 20th century.

1.1 Introduction By Albert Ayler
1.2 Bye, Bye, Blackbird
1.3 Billie's Bounce
1.4 Summertime
1.5 On Green Dolphin Street
1.6 C.T
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