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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
Charles Gayle, best known as a screaming free jazzer with a powerful tone on the tenor sax and a very intense style, is purposely a little more laid-back and melodic on this set, even exploring three standards. However, one should not expect this to be a bop date. The melody of "I Remember You" only appears near its conclusion, while Gayle effectively if eccentrically explores the theme of "What's New" based on its melancholy mood. On some of the originals, Gayle's "preaching" on his horn and his extroverted and dramatic statements are a bit reminiscent of Albert Ayler. He also plays some unusual solo stride piano Art Tatum meets Cecil Taylor on "I Can't Get Started." His ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
Charles Gayle, best known as a screaming free jazzer with a powerful tone on the tenor sax and a very intense style, is purposely a little more laid-back and melodic on this set, even exploring three standards. However, one should not expect this to be a bop date. The melody of "I Remember You" only appears near its conclusion, while Gayle effectively if eccentrically explores the theme of "What's New" based on its melancholy mood. On some of the originals, Gayle's "preaching" on his horn and his extroverted and dramatic statements are a bit reminiscent of Albert Ayler. He also plays some unusual solo stride piano Art Tatum meets Cecil Taylor on "I Can't Get Started." His fans will enjoy these explorations, even if the fire is sometimes at a slightly lower flame than usual.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/5/2011
  • Label: Imports
  • EAN: 5609063000337
  • Catalog Number: 931390
  • Sales rank: 386,240

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 I Remember You
  2. 2 Glory Dance
  3. 3 What's New
  4. 4 Shout of Love
  5. 5 Unto Jesus Christ
  6. 6 I Can't Get Started
  7. 7 Independence Blues
  8. 8 Healing Souls
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Charles Gayle Primary Artist, Piano, Tenor Saxophone
Gerald Cleaver Drums
Technical Credits
Bob Haggart Composer
Charles Gayle Composer
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