℗ 1982 Storyville Records
 

Definite, Vol. 1

Charles Tyler Quartet

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1.1
Cadiz of the West
Charles Tyler; Earl Cross; Kevin Ross; Steve Reid
14:06
1.2
Just for Two
Charles Tyler; Earl Cross; Kevin Ross; Steve Reid
8:01
1.3
The Wasteland
Charles Tyler; Earl Cross; Kevin Ross; Steve Reid
9:39
1.4
Lucifer Got Uptight
Charles Tyler; Earl Cross; Kevin Ross; Steve Reid
10:39
Total Playing Time    42:25
American baritone saxophone player Charles Tyler cut his teeth with free jazz legends Ornette Coleman and Sunny Murray and enjoyed a career as a sideman with Steve Reid, Cecil Taylor and Billy Bang through the 1970s. By 1982 he found himself touring with the infamous Sun Ra Orchestra, and as a result, relocated to Denmark. It was in Europe that he recorded this album for Storyville Records, an imaginative collection of four originals seeing the matured saxophonist comfortably at the reins of his own quartet.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Storyville Records Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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