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Albert Ayler

Among the giants of free of charge jazz, Albert Ayler was also perhaps one of the most controversial. His large build and wide vibrato had been difficult to disregard, and his 1966 group sounded such as a runaway New Orleans brass music group from 1910. Unlike John Coltrane or Eric …

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Tommy LiPuma

Grammy-winning producer Tommy LiPuma’s credits consist of edges by Horace Sterling silver, George Benson (1976 Grammy Record of the entire year Breezin’, Weekend in L.A.), Eric Reed, Bob Adam, Al Jarreau (Shine, Turn to the Rainbow), Artwork Tatum, David Sanborn, Michael Franks, Diana Krall, Paul McCartney, Dave Mason, Mls Davis …

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Fred Neil

Moody, bluesy, and melodic, Fred Neil was probably one of the most persuasive folk-rockers to emerge from Greenwich Town in the middle-’60s. His albums showcased his extraordinarily low, wealthy tone of voice on intensely personal and reflective compositions, sounding just like a mix between Tim Buckley and Tim Hardin. His …

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