Reviews that mention Call Cobbs
February 13, 2006
Weirdest of all of saxophonist Albert Aylers bizarre recording sessions, NEW GRASS has been infamous since it was first issued in 1968 as the disc that unsuccessfully tried to turn the avant-garde avatar into a pop star.
Even with the steady beat of drummer Pretty Purdie who by his own count has been on literally thousands of pop records simple songs plus a female chorus, if the people at Impulse! Records thought this CD would turn Ayler (1936-1970) into a pop star you wonder what they were smoking. The answer may be in the album title. MORE