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Albert Ayler Slugs Saloon, May 1 1966
Unevenly recorded, sure, with a stiff dose of Michael Samson's violin but more searing, incantatory playing from the Ayler brothers, lost in a kind of trance with a young Ronald Shannon Jackson.

Albert Ayler Live On The Riviera
From the Maeght Foundation in 1970 the opening night, without Cal Cobbs (who was stuck back at JFK) for the first time. A great go at Music Is The Healing Force Of The Universe to kick things off.

Albert Ayler The Hilversum Session
Essential 1964 recordings with Sunny Murray (drums), Gary Peacock (bass) and Don Cherry (trumpet).

Albert Ayler Bells
Gale-force masterpiece.

Don Cherry Live At Cafe Montmartre 1966 Volume Two
Don Chery (trumpet), Gato Barbieri (tenor sax), Karl Berger (vibes), Bo Stief (bass), Aldo Romano (drums).

Don Cherry Live At Cafe Montmartre 1966 Volume Three
With Gato Barbieri, Karl Berger, Bo Stief and Aldo Romano, showcasing his new Blue Note album still powerful, joyous, inspired.

Har-You Percussion Group Songs From The Ghetto Youth
Back in the legendary Latin soul recordings of a Harlem youth project led by Montego Joe (who reminisces here on the closing track) enough funk bass, burning horns and heavy drums to tear up any party.

Henry Grimes The Call
Ayler's great bassist with the under-appreciated clarinettist Perry Robinson in full flight.

Milford Graves The Percussion Ensemble
With fellow percussionist Sonny Morgan.

Sunny Murray Sunny Murray
The fabulous drummer with Jacques Coursil on trumpet, Byard Lancaster on alto, and Alan Silva on bass. Digitally remastered with new artwork, and liner notes by Russ Musto. Also contains interviews with Murray.

Patty Waters Sings
The 1965 recording debut of her amazing jazz vocals, kicking off a tradition also starred by Yoko, Galas and Sidsel Endresen. Her fourteen minutes of Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair, good grief.

Patty Waters College Tour
With different lineups in 1966, including pianists Ran Blake, Burton Greene and Dave Burrell; and Giuseppi Logan.

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