It's likely Impulse prodded Ayler to move into a more pronounced blues-oriented sound and he went willingly
New Grass is a 1968 album by jazz saxophonist Albert Ayler released on Impulse! Records. The album mixed Ayler's vocals and tenor saxplaying with elements from R&B and other genres, including a soul horn section, backing singers, rock electric bass, and boogaloo drumming. It met a hostile reception from fans and critics alike on its release, with many accusing Ayler of "selling out".
New Grass (LP, Album, Club). World Record Club, World Record Club. S-5772, R 01888 (5772). At the time "New Grass" was released it was received rather hostilely by devoted Jazz-fans and critics. It is a defiant record indeed in which Jazz, Soul and Funk are mixed in an often frantic, almost psychedelic way. It reminds . New Grass" stays spirited and fresh, its inventiveness, originality and authenticity stay surprising it's haunting although it asks some time to reveal all of its . .
Tenor Saxophone – Albert Ayler, Seldon Powell (tracks: 2, 5 to 7). Trombone – Garnett Brown (tracks: 1, 2, 5 to 7). Trumpet – Burt Collins (tracks: 1, 2, 5 to 7), Joe Newman (tracks: 1, 2, 5 to 7. Track 1. 'New Grass' is a duet with Ayler (tenor saxophone) and Bill Folwell (electric bass). The Soul Singers are Rose Marie McCoy and Mary Maria Parks. Recorded September 5 & 6, 1968 in New York City.
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Tracklist: 1. Message From Albert – New Grass, 2. New Generation, 3. Sun Watcher, 4. New Ghosts, 5. Heart Love, 6. Everybody’s Moving, 7. Free At Last. 1. Message From Albert – New Grass. 6. Everybody’s Moving. More albums from Albert Ayler: 1970 – Live by Albert Ayler. My Name Is Albert Ayler by Albert Ayler. Music Is The Healing Force Of The Universe by Albert Ayler. Bells by Albert Ayler.
An album that perhaps deserves reevaluation, Albert Ayler's "New Grass" is often dismissed as a commercial sellout. Stories vary, but its generally believed Impulse! producer Bob Thiele requested Ayler perform with a rock band, and Ayler agreed on the condition that he be allowed to select the band. Still, given the content of the record and the fact that no other Impulse! artists in 1968 were in such a position, it seems highly unlikely that Thiele would make such a request. New Generation" opens with a fierce tenor solo where Ayler sinks way deep into the r&b groove and never looks back and features probably the best vocal Maria would deliver on the album. New Ghosts", an r&b rewrite of Ayler's famous "Ghosts" theme is superb- opening with an oddly treated vocal from Ayler, it then moves into an r&b variant of the great theme, and really it works better than expected.
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