Eddie Gale Black Rhythm Happening
The new Grove dictionary of jazz, vol. New York: Grove's Dictionaries Inc. Hal Leonard. Archived from the original on Retrieved Though he never recorded with the great tenor saxophonist, Gale had the privilege of sharing Eddie Gale Black Rhythm Happening stage with Coltrane on a number of occasions. The year that followed was a major breakthrough for Gale. As a part of a seven-piece ensemble, Gale played alongside alto saxophonist Jimmy Lyons, bassist Henry Grimes, and drummer Andrew Cyrille: some of the finest proponents of the developing free jazz.
For the sessions, Gale Anthony Red Rose Laugh Off A Dem a sextet and nonet respectively, the latter of which included the great Coltrane drummer Elvin Jones and the soprano saxophone of Jimmy Lyons.
On both dates, the ensemble was joined by an piece vocal group dubbed the Noble Gale Singers. Bay Area Post Punk 2. Books 1. Brasil 2. Cambodia 1. Lloyd A Lawrence Reggae Feelings 1. China 3. Country 1. Cuba 1. Cumbia 1. DIY 1. Early Apparatus invention 1. Eddie Gale Black Rhythm Happening 6.
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