* Impulse! TV-Byen, Copenhagen, Denmark, November 16, 1962.

Albert Ayler, tenor, soprano sax; Call Cobbs, piano; Steve Tintweiss, bass; Allen Blairman, drums; Mary Maria, chant, soprano sax. * ESP-Disk' ESP 1002, (G) ESP 1002-2, (US) ESP 1002, (US) ESP 1002 (later)   Albert Ayler Trio - Spiritual Unity Donald Ayler, trumpet; Albert Ayler, Frank Wright, tenor sax; Michel Sampson, violin; Clyde Shy as Mutawef Shaheed, bass; Ronald Shannon Jackson, drums. Albert Ayler, sax; Gary Peacock, bass; Sonny Murray, percussion.

* ESP-Disk' ESP 3030; Base Record (It) ESP 3030; ESP-Disk' (US) ESP 3030   Albert Ayler - Prophecy Babcock, guitar; ??? * ESP-Disk' ESP 1010, (US) ESP 1010, (US) ESP 1010 (later)   Albert Ayler - Bells * ESP-Disk' ESP 4001   Albert Ayler - Live On The Riviera.

AS-9208, (J) MVCZ-122   Albert Ayler - The Last Album AS-9257-2   Albert Ayler - Reevaluations: The Impulse Years. = Impulse!

Albert Ayler discography and songs: Music profile for Albert Ayler, born 13 July 1936. Albert Ayler, tenor sax, vocals; Call Cobbs, piano; Bill Folwell, electric bass; Pretty Purdie, drums; with unknown, tambourine.

Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.3 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts. Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, August 28, 1969. Danish National Radio Studios, Copenhagen, Denmark, January 14, 1963, * Debut (D) DEB 140; Fantasy LP 6016, LP 86016; Fontana (Du) 688 603 ZL, 888 603 ZY, (E) SFJL 927   My Name Is Albert Ayler Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, August 29, 1969, * Impulse!

AS-9257-2   Albert Ayler - Reevaluations: The Impulse Years

* Impulse! Holman, Roger Long, trumpet; Thomas Blagg, Max Marable, John Pajak, trombone; Willie Gordon, French horn; Leo Howard, Ralph Sgrillo, alto sax; Albert Ayler, ???

= ESP-Disk' ESP 4006   Albert Ayler - Bells/Prophecy

Albert Ayler, tenor sax; Teuvo Suojarvi, piano; Herbert Katz, guitar; Heikki Annala, bass; Martti Aijanen, drums. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Larry Drabik, ??? AS-9175   Albert Ayler - New Grass Albert Ayler, interviewee; Daniel Caux, interviewer. Copyright (c) 2003-2020 Jazz Discography Project.

* Base Record (It) ESP 3032   Albert Ayler Quintet - At Slug's Saloon, Vol. "La Cave", Cleveland, OH, 2nd concert 2nd set, April 17, 1966. Like the human being, Ayler's discog is itself spooky and impenetrable to most...somehow expectation and gratification rarely meet in its perousal..."Witches and Devils" comes to mind as one of the few I obtained where I got what i was looking for..."New Grass" being the opposite: in it he was trying to normalize himself into an R&B simulation, but, being truly weird (Elliot Landy who shot the cover photograph of "New Grass" related to me how Ayler was in a sun-staring cult and would wear fur coats on hot days and covered his face in vaseline "for protection") the proceedings come out in a way where you slowly realize that, though originally disappointed with its content, you are warming up to it because the weird/normal context is stranger than weird/weird. Albert Ayler, tenor sax; Bobby Few, piano; Henry Vestine, guitar; Bill Folwell, left channel bass, Fender bass; Stafford James, right channel bass; Muhammad Ali, drums; overdubs: Henry Vestine, guitar. 1 There is a listing stuck under 'Albert Ayler Trio', which merely adds to the problem. AS-9155   Albert Ayler In Greenwich Village * Base Record (It) ESP 3031   Albert Ayler Quintet - At Slug's Saloon, Vol. = Shandar (F) 83 503/83 504   Albert Ayler - Nuits De La Fondation Maeght. Albert Ayler, tenor sax; Call Cobbs, piano; Steve Tintweiss, bass; Allen Blairman, drums; possibly Mary Maria, tambourine, handclaps. Albert Ayler Discography Project Collector's Guides & Discographies Albert Ayler ( born July 13, 1936, Cleveland Heights, OH; died November 25, 1970, East River, NY; aged 34), tenor sax, leader. AS-9175   Albert Ayler - New Grass * Revenant RVN 213   Albert Ayler - Holy Ghost - Rare And Unissued Recordings (1962-70). "Village Theatre", NYC, February 26, 1967, * Impulse! Albert Ayler, tenor sax, whistling; Call Cobbs, piano, organ; Bill Folwell, electric bass; Pretty Purdie, drums. Albert Ayler (born July 13, 1936 - Cleveland, Ohio, died November 1970) was an American avant-garde jazz saxophonist, singer and composer, the older brother of. Albert Ayler (born July 13, 1936 - Cleveland, Ohio, died November 1970) was an American avant-garde jazz saxophonist, singer and composer, the older brother of Donald Ayler.On November 25, 1970, his body was found * ESP-Disk' (G) ESP 3031-2, (US) ESP 3031   Albert Ayler Quintet - At Slug's Saloon, Vol. Saint-Paul-De-Vence, France, July 25, 1970. AS-9155   Albert Ayler In Greenwich Village Albert Ayler, tenor sax; Gary Peacock, bass; Sonny Murray, drums. = America (F) 30 AM 6100   Albert Ayler - Free Jazz.