After More Than 40 Years, a Landmark Free Jazz Album is Back in Print

After More Than 40 Years, a Landmark Free Jazz Album is Back in Print

In the 1970s, saxophonist Alan Braufman was part of a collective of musicians who transformed a vacant building in Lower Manhattan into a hub for New York City's free jazz scene.  As Braufman and his nephew, Nabil Ayers tells WNYC host Jami Floyd, his recently reissued album "Valley of Search" provides an alluring glimpse into the small, but thriving, downtown free-jazz scene of the time.  

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