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Charles Gayle (born February 28, 1939) is a free jazz saxophonist, pianist, bass clarinetist, bassist, and percussionist.
Gayle’s most celebrated work to date remains the album Touchin’ on Trane (FMP) with Parker and Ali. Though he established his reputation primarily as a tenor saxophonist, he has increasingly turned to other instruments, notably the piano (which was, in fact, his original instrument) and alto saxophone. More controversially, he has sometimes included lengthy spoken-word addresses to the audience in his concerts touching on his political and religious beliefs; for a period he was even largely performing as a mime, “Streets the Clown”.