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Music : Witches & Devils - Empty Bottle Chicago (2000) Mp3
 
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Artist: Witches & Devils
Title Of Album: Empty Bottle Chicago
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: Knitting Factory Records
Genre: Free Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:41:43
Total Size: 105 Mb

Tracklist:

01. Truth Is Marching In 12:05 (Written-By - Albert Ayler)
02. Sax Duet / Piano Interlude 7:36 (Written-By - Jim Baker, Ken Vandermark, Mars Williams)
03. Angels 6:06 (Written-By - Albert Ayler)
04. Bells 15:56 (Written-By - Albert Ayler)

Personnel:
Bass - Kent Kessler
Cello - Fredrick Lonberg-holm
Drums - Steve Hunt
Keyboards - Jim Baker
Reeds - Ken Vandermark, Mars Williams

Mars Williams leads Chicago-based jazz sextet Witches & Devils, whose debut, At the Empty Bottle, is a live tribute to Albert Ayler at his most ecstatic. The three covers of Ayler tunes are spectacular: the group shifts effortlessly among folk tunes and blasts of free noise, and Williams and fellow saxophonist Ken Vandermark lock each other in a howl that would do Ayler and his sideman, Charles Tyler, proud. The one Witches & Devils original, "Sax Duet/Piano Interlude," is even better, especially at its exhilarating beginning, where Williams and Vandermark circle around each other until their swarming, high-register lines collapse in a hopeless tangle. Horrible production deadens the album's impact a little, however: keyboardist Jim Baker, cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm, and bassist Kent Kessler are all way too low in the mix. Still, Witches & Devils deliver a powerful blast of energy, and fans of Ayler's work will surely appreciate At the Empty Bottle.

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