Albums Featuring - Julian Priester
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For Sale: Five Million CashDavid Haney (Piano), Julian Priester (Trombone)Here is a collaboration that, for a number of years, has been active‚and it shows. There is an intuitive interplay between these two as they present a live recording of 10 unhurried improvisations in a moving display of statement, tension, and space, all combining to make beautiful music sure to calm and inspire deeply.
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Ota Benga of the BatwaDavid Haney, Julian PriesterDavid Haney and Julian Priester have been working together the whole of the 21st century and their music is definitely 21st Century. For this recording, they bring their particular shading of light and dark to a series (13 parts) of improvisations inspired by the sojourns of Ota Benga (b.1884-1916) of the Batwa tribe. Pensive and reflective, the nuanced tension of this music is often breathtaking and always starkly original. Extensive program notes outline the events for this set that David calls "nonreferential music." The intricacies and involvement of this creative improvised music is powerful and remarkable. The MusicDavid Haney, Julian Priester, Adam LaneChances are you've never heard of David Haney but this follow-up to his much acclaimed duo with Julian Priester (Cadence Jazz Records 1179) should convince you that his is an original musical voice deserving of some attention. Joined by the masterful bassist Adam Lane, these three work hand-in-glove in this exploration of Haney's world. There's nothing familiar about this music but it's still deeply satisfying. Recorded Aug. 12, 2005.