186: “Summertime” by Albert Ayler

The lines themselves don't even stay inside the lines if you look close enough.Asking some people not to draw outside the lines is like asking some people not to put tabasco on their pancakes. The request is absurd from the wrong end of the question mark.

Albert Ayler blew his horn like he was riding a wild stallion. No lines. No fences. No ground. No sky. Just horn. Wild bucking horn.

Enjoy Gershwin’s classic “Summertime” Ayler style, from My Name Is Albert Ayler (1963).

Song: Summertime
Artist: Albert Ayler
Album: My Name Is Albert Ayler
Label: 1201 Music
Buy from: Amazon | iTunes
Watch: YouTube

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