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Charles Gayle

About Charles Gayle

Gayle embodies the notion of Free Jazz as an extreme art form. Taking off from the highest plateaus of intensity, his tenor sax spews forth upper-register squalls and guttural honks. Titles like "Repent" and "Kingdom Come" point to the fire-and-brimstone religiousness that fuels his music.

Listen toCharles Gayleon Rhapsody

Gayle embodies the notion of Free Jazz as an extreme art form. Taking off from the highest plateaus of intensity, his tenor sax spews forth upper-register squalls and guttural honks. Titles like "Repent" and "Kingdom Come" point to the fire-and-brimstone religiousness that fuels his music.

About Charles Gayle

Gayle embodies the notion of Free Jazz as an extreme art form. Taking off from the highest plateaus of intensity, his tenor sax spews forth upper-register squalls and guttural honks. Titles like "Repent" and "Kingdom Come" point to the fire-and-brimstone religiousness that fuels his music.

About Charles Gayle

Gayle embodies the notion of Free Jazz as an extreme art form. Taking off from the highest plateaus of intensity, his tenor sax spews forth upper-register squalls and guttural honks. Titles like "Repent" and "Kingdom Come" point to the fire-and-brimstone religiousness that fuels his music.