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  1. Faekree
    ALBERT AYLER'S NEW GRASS ALBUM GETS RE-RELEASE Albert Ayler played his tenor saxophone and sang on the R&B-influenced New Grass. The album was seen as divisive received upon its release. New Grass opens with “Message From Albert / New Grass,” on which Ayler says, “The music I bring to you is of a different dimension in my life.
  2. Mobei
    Jun 30,  · New Grass signaled the beginning of a descent into darkness for Ayler, one that saw him grasping at ideals of redemption and healing all the way down. Ayler’s debut My Name Is Albert Ayler /
  3. Faurn
    Message From Albert - New Grass () A1a: Message From Albert Written-By – Albert Ayler, Bert DeCoteaux: A1b: New Grass Written-By – Albert Ayler: A2: New Generation Written-By – Albert Ayler, Mary Parks, Rose Marie McCoy: A3: Sun Watcher Written-By – Albert Ayler: B1: New Ghosts Written-By – Albert Ayler.
  4. Tumi
    Ayler's screeching tone remains intact on New Grass, but it's mixed with definite R&B riffs like the obvious honkin' nod to "Slippin and Sliddin" on "New Generation." Ayler's attempt to explain himself on the opening track with "Message from Albert Ayler," reveals his impending dread over controversy concerning the material.
  5. Malat
    New Grass begins with the track "Message from Albert," in which Ayler speaks directly to his listener, explaining that this album was nothing like his ones before .
  6. Vuzshura
    As if predicting the divisiveness of the record to follow, Ayler speaks directly to the listener and explains that U>New Grass> is nothing like his albums before -- that it is of "a different dimension of his life" -- in the album opener "Message from Albert.".
  7. Barg
    New Grass is a nice free jazz- funk fusion album and i also felt it was much better than Shepp's Attica Blues which has a similar vibe. The lyrics are definitely more funky and Ayler's grooves tip toe on a more conventional threshold. Despite that Ayler manages to keep his free sound and he .
  8. Musida
    Albert Ayler's album New Grass has been misunderstood from the day of it's release. The album finds Ayler experimenting with soul music and digging back into his R&B roots (he started his career playing saxophone with Chicago bluesman Little Walter), fusing it with the avant-garde free jazz (the one element of the record which garnered consistent praise) and adding the vocals of Rose.

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