Kenny and I recorded this in my living room with Jeff Cressman at the controls. I think it at least partly reflects Kenny's beautiful homemade philosophy. Kenny designed the actual packaging as well as the cover images and it was printed at his mother's printshop. The title is from Robert Henri's The Art Spirit, a book introduced to me by my brother Adam that had a deep effect on many of us at the time.
released April 28, 1993
Kenny Wollesen - drums, percussion
Ben Goldberg - clarinet
All tracks by Ben Goldberg (NJAMIN Music, ASCAP) and Kenny Wollesen (Wollosound, BMI), except:
Introspection, Light Blue, and Childrens Song by Thelonious Monk;
Salt Peanuts by Dizzy Gillespie
Recorded by Jeff Cressman at Ben's house, April 1992
Edited at Roscoe Gallo Productions, San Francisco
supported by 13 fans who also own “The Relative Value of Things”
Jimmy easily would have fit in with this outfit, and it would have been a joy to listen to for another reason. These musicians are engaged and perform at the top of their game, every piece. Kenneth Pyron
supported by 12 fans who also own “The Relative Value of Things”
This quintet has acquired legendary status as a working unit...all the musicians are exemplary at their craft and DD is one of my 'Big5'...he is an exquisite composer of both depth and breadth of vision...you can instantly recognise Dave's DNA in a tune...what's more, you feel there is also so much more to come!;his powers of expression are so special.
These compositions are from the heart and I can only suggest that you take them to yours...