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Dennis González, cornet, c trumpet, percussion
Aaron González, double bass
Stefan González, vibraphone, drums, percussion
Louis Moholo-Moholo, drums, voice
Tim Green, tenor saxophone, percussion

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released June 1, 2010

Recorded in Dallas and New Orleans, USA on February 9, 10, and 13, 2010.
Cover art by Dennis González.


Dennis had just finished mixing the music on Cape of Storms when he sent me the tapes. A couple of emails later, it was decided that this should be out as soon as possible. The trio of Dennis and sons Aaron and Stefan sounds better than ever and the meeting with legendary South African drummer Louis Moholo-Moholo is a special treat. Long-time collaborator Tim Green joins in and here we go for a rewarding hour of stellar performances by this augmented Yells at Eels.


Reviews:
Bruce Lee Gallanter, DMG Newsletter
Jason Bivins, Cadence Magazine
nogutsnoglorystudios
Ken Waxman, JazzWord
Grego Edwards, gapplegatemusicreview
Julien Gros-Burdet, CitizenJazz
Jean Buzelin, CultureJazz
Yves Champigny, Jazz Up! Sud-Ouest
Rita Freire, Magnetica
Noël Tachet, ImproJazz
Malika Mildred, Let It Bleed Magazine
Ken Shimamoto, Fort Worth Weekly
Olivier Ledure, ImproJazz
Luca Canini, AllAboutJazz Italia
Michael Rosenstein, Signal To Noise
Lorraine Soliman, Jazz Magazine
Stuart Kremsky, IAJRC Journal

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In 2009, Ayler Records moved to France and has since opened the catalogue to recordings in less direct relationship with the Free Jazz canon, while remaining faithful to its original spirit.
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