Even the compositions have an attractively loose rough-edged quality, stemming from what producer Bob Rusch terms Haney's "loose adherence to structural lines. If this represents a challenge, then it is one to which Cyrille rises effortlessly in the call-and-response dynamic intrinsic to the session, explicit on "French Glenn" but part of the fabric elsewhere like the strongly riffing "Red Saigon.
David Haney, Andrew Cyrille - Clandestine (2008). a guest Aug 23rd, 2013 429 Never. David Haney, Andrew Cyrille - Clandestine (2008) [email protected]
Andrew Cyrille, 2019 Recipient of the Vision Fest Lifetime Achievement Honors, studied at Julliard and Hartnett schools of music emerging to professional gigs with such noted legends as Mary Lou Williams and Coleman Hawkins. He joined the Cecil Taylor Unit in 1964, and stayed for about 10 years, eventually performing drum duos with Milford Graves. David Haney studied composition for six years with Czech composer, Tomas Svoboda and presented works with the Society of Oregon Composers. Haney has worked with such featured artists as Andrew Cyrille, Roswell Rudd, John Tchicai, Bud Shank, Bernard Purdie, Buell Neidlinger, Julian Priester, Han Bennink, Obo Addy, Wilbert de Joode, Gerry Hemingway, Wolter Weirbos, Perry Robinson, and Johannes Bauer. Haney's piano/trombone work Ota Benga of the Batwa was included in the critics pick for best Jazz Album of 2007 (Coda Magazine).
Andrew Charles Cyrille (born November 10, 1939) is an American avant-garde jazz drummer. Throughout his career, he has performed both as a leader and a sideman in the bands of Walt Dickerson and Cecil Taylor, among others. Cyrille was born on November 10, 1939, in Brooklyn, New York into a Haitian family. He began studying science at St. John's University, but was already playing jazz in the evenings and switched his studies to the Juilliard School.
Nov 21st, 2010 12am PST David Haney Modern adaptations on rural blues for solo piano. The show can be heard live on KEXP, Seattle (9. fm) and at KEXP. Voted Top Ten Albums of the Year: 2007 - Coda Magazine: Ota Benga of the Batwa with Julian Priester. 2008 - All About Jazz, New York: Conspiracy a go go with Andrew Cyrille and Dominic Duval. 2009 - Cadence Magazine: Conspiracy a go go with Andrew Cyrille and Dominic Duval.
|1||Two Year Trial||3:26|
|2||Summer Call To Arms||4:13|
|6||Five Folk Blues||4:57|
|7||Jumpin' For Julie||7:03|
|10||Musician's Wren Blues||4:51|
|11||Out Of The Green||3:25|
|12||Shenandoah On My Mind||4:12|
|13||Between Still Points||7:58|