Ayler wasn't a stranger to R&B or gutbucket blues; he had started his career playing saxophone with Chicago bluesman Little Walter in the '50s. 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."7/
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of New Generation on Discogs. Label: Stateside - 2 C - M,Stateside - 2C M • Format: Vinyl 45 RPM, 7 Albert Ayler - New Generation (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/4(4).
Albert Ayler (born July 13th, in Cleveland Heights, Ohio – New York City, November ) was the most primal of the free jazz musicians of the s. 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.. His trio and quartet records of , like.