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Examples of "julian_priester"
Julian Priester (born June 29, 1935 in Chicago) is an American jazz trombone player and composer. He is sometimes credited as Julian Priester Pepo Mtoto.
"All compositions by Julian Priester except as indicated"
"All compositions by Julian Priester except as indicated"
Wayne Horvitz, 4+1 Ensemble (+ Reggie Watts, Eyvind Kang, Julian Priester, Tucker Martine)
All songs written by Sun Ra except "Soft Talk", written by Julian Priester;
Keep Swingin is the debut album led by American jazz trombonist Julian Priester which was recorded in 1960 for the Riverside label.
Love, Love is an album by American jazz trombonist and composer Julian Priester Pepo Mtoto recorded in 1973 and released on the ECM label.
Polarization is an album by American jazz trombonist and composer Julian Priester recorded in 1977 and released on the ECM label.
Spiritsville is the second album led by American jazz trombonist Julian Priester which was recorded in 1960 for the Jazzland label.
Haney has collaborated with Julian Priester, Buell Neidlinger, John Tchicai, Han Bennink, Mat Marucci and Wilbert de Joode and recorded on the Cadence and CIMP labels.
While working with various groups, Clark has played with musicians including Oscar Brown, Jr., Julian Priester, Art Taylor, Billy Bang, Richard Davis, Abbey Lincoln, Charles Tyler, John Tchicai and Han Bennink.
Remembering the Moment is a live album by David Friesen, Eddie Moore, Jim Pepper, Julian Priester and Mal Waldron recorded in Portland, Oregon in 1987 and released on the Italian Soul Note label.
"Bridge Into The New Age" featured Jean Carn, Woody Shaw, Ray Straughter, Woody Murray, Clint Houston, Billy Hart, Guillerme Franco, Julian Priester, Hadley Caliman, Black Arthur, Joe Bonner, John Heard, Leon "Ndugu" Chancler, Mtume and Kenneth Nash.
It's Time is a 1962 album by jazz drummer Max Roach, released on Impulse! Records and features trumpeter Richard Williams, tenor-saxophonist Clifford Jordan, trombonist Julian Priester, pianist Mal Waldron, bassist Art Davis, and a vocal choir conducted by Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson. Singer Abbey Lincoln appears on "Lonesome Lover".
Postcards Records was an American jazz record company and label founded in 1993 by Ralph Simon and Sybil Golden. Through 1997 its catalogue included music by Paul Bley, Bill Frisell, Julian Priester, Gary Peacock, Sam Rivers, and Reggie Workman. In 1999 Arkadia Jazz bought Postcards, producing new recordings and reissuing the back catalogue.
Tender Moments is the eighth album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner and his second released on the Blue Note label. It was recorded in December 1967 and features performances by Tyner with Lee Morgan, Julian Priester, Bob Northern, Howard Johnson, James Spaulding, Bennie Maupin, Herbie Lewis, and Joe Chambers.
Following Yale, Bloom relocated to New York City. She founded Outline Records while in New Haven and released several recordings under that label. She has worked with Mark Dresser, Bobby Previte, Kenny Wheeler, Charlie Haden, Bob Brookmeyer, Julian Priester, Jay Clayton, Fred Hersch, Jin Hi Kim, and Min Xiao-Fen.
The Spoiler is an album by jazz saxophonist Stanley Turrentine recorded for the Blue Note label in 1966 and performed by Turrentine with Blue Mitchell, James Spaulding, Pepper Adams, McCoy Tyner, Julian Priester, Bob Cranshaw, and Mickey Roker with arrangements by Duke Pearson.
Hub Cap is the third album by trumpeter Freddie Hubbard and was released on the Blue Note label in 1961 as BLP 4073 and BST 84073. It features performances by Hubbard, Julian Priester, Jimmy Heath, Cedar Walton, Larry Ridley and Philly Joe Jones.
He was influenced by Poet Kenneth Patchen in terms of integrating the spoken words with Jazz. Ford has done collaborative recordings with members of The Doors drummer John Densmore and pianist and keyboardist Ray Manzarek. He also has done collaborative recording with Trombonist Julian Priester. His debut spoken word record "Language Commando" earned a Grammy nomination in 1986.