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Spiritual Unity

Label: ESP Disk
Released: 2014
Track listing: Ghosts: First Variation; The Wizard; Spirits; Ghosts: Second Variation; Vibrations.


Albert Ayler: Spiritual Unity

Read "Spiritual Unity" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Fifty years after the recording of Albert Ayler's Spiritual Unity, the music (and the man) are still causing tumult. It is not so much that free jazz hasn't been on our radar these past decades, it's just that this recording remains one of those “where were you, when you first heard it?" experiences. Recorded ...

Spiritual Unity

Label: ESP Disk
Released: 2009
Track listing: Ghosts (1st Variation); The Wizard; Prophecy (Spirits); Ghosts (2nd Variation).


Albert Ayler: Spiritual Unity

Read "Spiritual Unity" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

When the veracity of the history of twentieth-century art is evaluated, what will be found in the proverbial time capsule? Where will “The Music," which Jelly Roll Morton christened as jass, sit with the works that were created by important composers, ranging from Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, and John Coltrane, to Thelonious Monk,, George Russell and ...


Spiritual Unity

Read "Spiritual Unity" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Pole Sud - Strasburgo - 08.02.2008 La stagione del jazz nell'area intorno a Strasburgo, dopo i numerosi concerti offerti del festival Jazzdor è continuata propronendo musicisti nazionali e non, americani di passaggio e francesi in tour, senza dimenticare degli italiani come Enrico Pieranunzi e Rosario Giuliani, esibitisi in duo a Schiltigheim. Nello stesso teatro, l'8 di ...

Spiritual Unity

Label: Pi Recordings
Released: 2005
Track listing: Invocation; Spirits; Truth Is Marching In; Saints; Bells.

Spiritual Unity

Label: ESP Disk
Released: 2005
Track listing: Ghosts: First Variation; The Wizard; Spirits; Ghosts: Second Variation.

Spiritual Unity

Label: ESP Disk
Released: 2005
Track listing: Ghosts: ?rst variation; The Wizard; Spirits; Ghosts: second variation.


Marc Ribot: Spiritual Unity

Read "Spiritual Unity" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski

Spiritual Unity is the latest effort by versatile virtuoso guitarist/composer Marc Ribot since Saints, from four years ago. He takes this opportunity to explore the legacy of Albert Ayler, one of the giants of free jazz. The new unit he gathered for this occasion, featuring drummer Chad Taylor, trumpeter Roy Campbell, and the legendary bassist Henry ...


Ribot/Campbell/Grimes/Taylor: Spiritual Unity

Read "Spiritual Unity" reviewed by Jeff Stockton

When Albert Ayler went down into the East River, he simply wouldn't have believed that after 35 years he would be held in the highest esteem and the subject of a genuine revival. He always wanted us to focus on the sound rather than the notes, but we weren't quite ready to receive his message: musical ...


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