My Name Is Albert Ayler, 2007

The prophetic free jazz saxophonist Albert Ayler, who today is seen as one of the most important innovators in jazz, was obsessed with his radical music and by the thought that people one day would understand it. In 1962 he recorded his first album in Sweden. Eight years later he was found dead in New York’s East River, aged 34. My NameThe prophetic free jazz saxophonist Albert Ayler, who today is seen as one of the most important innovators in jazz, was obsessed with his radical music and by the thought that people one day would understand it. In 1962 he recorded his first album in Sweden. Eight years later he was found dead in New York’s East River, aged 34. My Name Is Albert Ayler follows the trail of Albert from his native Cleveland by way of Sweden to New York, meeting family, friends, and close colleagues.… Expand

 

 

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