|A1||Indent: First Layer||13:40|
|A2||Indent: Second Layer, Part One||9:50|
|B1||Indent: Second Layer, Part Two||3:50|
|B2||Indent: Third Layer||17:25|
|30555||Cecil Taylor||Indent (LP, Album)||Unit Core Records||30555||US||1973|
|AL 1038||Cecil Taylor||Indent (LP, Album, RE)||Arista, Freedom||AL 1038||US||1977|
|FCD 41038||Cecil Taylor||Indent (CD, Album, RE)||Freedom||FCD 41038||Germany||Unknown|
|FLP 41038||Cecil Taylor||Indent (LP, Album, RE)||Freedom||FLP 41038||UK||1977|
|K18P-9393, FLP-41038||Cecil Taylor||Indent (LP, Album)||Freedom, Freedom||K18P-9393, FLP-41038||Japan||1985|
Air is an album by Cecil Taylor recorded for the Candid label in October 1960. The album features performances by Taylor with Archie Shepp, Buell Neidlinger, Denis Charles and Sunny Murray on alternate takes of material released on The World of Cecil Taylor (1960).
Cecil Percival Taylor (March 25, 1929 – April 5, 2018) was an American pianist and poet. Taylor was classically trained and was one of the pioneers of free jazz. His music is characterized by an energetic, physical approach, resulting in complex improvisation often involving tone clusters and intricate polyrhythms. His technique has been compared to percussion. Referring to the number of keys on a standard piano, Val Wilmer used the phrase "eighty-eight tuned drums" to describe Taylor's style
Indent is a live album by Cecil Taylor recorded in Ohio in March 1973, originally released on Taylor's own Unit Core label and subsequently more widely released on the Arista Freedom label. It was the first solo piano performance released by Taylor but was recorded over four years after Praxis which saw limited release in 1982.
Discography for jazz pianist Cecil Taylor. Gil Evans Orchestra: Into the Hot, 1961 (features tracks also released on Mixed). Jazz Composer's Orchestra: The Jazz Composer's Orchestra, 1968 (Taylor featured on 2 tracks). Friedrich Gulda: Nachricht vom Lande, 1976 (Taylor featured on 3 tracks). Tony Williams: The Joy of Flying, 1978 (Taylor featured on 1 track). Art Ensemble of Chicago: Thelonious Sphere Monk, 1990 (Taylor featured on 3 tracks).
Indent is a live album by Cecil Taylor recorded in Ohio in March 1973, originally released on Taylor's own Unit Core label and subsequently more widely released on the Arista Freedom label . Indent: first layer" - 13:40. Indent: second layer (part 1)" - 9:50. Indent: second layer (part 2)" - 3:50. Indent: third layer" - 17:25. Recorded at Antioch College, Ohio, March 11, 1973.