Essentially Radial Spangle's lost third album, but it seems some kind of troublesome collapse happened, with even April Tippens leaving the band. Doesn't say who wrote what on the album, but I reckon she had to be there for the great "Gravity's Supple Truss" and "Her Desires Lush". Rest of the album isn't quite in the same league but pleasant enough.
Also not the most challenging album, especially given Ayler's reputation as a free-jazz powerhouse. Just the standards played straight forwardly, but with a real depth of feeling. Actually went into town for the first time since before lockdown, and HMV had a 4CD Ayler "Early Albums" collection for a tenner (a tenor for a tenner?).