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Joe McPhee: Angels, Devils & Haints

Read "Angels, Devils & Haints" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

Angels, Devils & Haints is a beautifully unusual tribute record. The project was conceived by saxophonist Joe McPhee as a tribute to the great Albert Ayler, but doesn't include any of Ayler's tunes. The lineup--McPhee (tenor and alto saxophones and pocket trumpet) with a quartet of bassists--isn't an instrumentation Ayler ever used. And yet, from the ...

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Joe McPhee: Angels, Devils & Haints

Read "Angels, Devils & Haints" reviewed by Lyn Horton

In 1965, Joe McPhee met Donald Ayler by chance in a New York record store. Ayler asked McPhee to join him at a rehearsal where Albert Ayler would be, but unfortunately McPhee was unable to make the rehearsal. That missed opportunity triggered a powerful response in May 2000, when McPhee invited a group of musicians to ...


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