If you're familiar with that quote, then you know more about jazz than you've let on.
This looked so interesting to me, thought I'd pass it on as a FYI:
"Swedish filmmaker Kasper Collin's documentary "My Name is Albert Ayler" is a fascinating look at one of the most enigmatic figures in modern jazz. Albert Ayler's aggressive, raw, ecstatic free jazz took music even further out than his friend, mentor and admirer John Coltrane had. Ayler famously said, 'Trane was the father, Pharoah (Sanders) was the Son, and I am the Holy Ghost.
Ayler regarded his screaming, squawking, deeply spiritual form of jazz as "the healing force of the universe" and wanted to impart his listeners "wisdom through music." His wildly aggressive saxophone improvisations blew the doors off all else going on at the time, although he never attained much more than a cult following during his lifetime, or in the years since his (presumed) suicide in 1970 at the age of 34. "
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