Baritone saxophonist Charles Tyler
who had played with Albert Ayler (1965), introduced a style that was
both lyrical and visceral on First Album (february 1966), in a quintet with cellist Joel Friedman, vibraphonist Charles Moffet, bassist Henry Grimes and drummer Ronald Shannon Jackson,
Eastern Man Alone (january 1967) for a drum-less quartet.
After a long hiatus, he returned with an even more powerful statement,
the 37-minute Saga Out of the Outlaws (may 1976).
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