David Torn, Tim Berne, Craig Taborn, Tom Rainey — Prezens (2007)

David Torn, Tim Berne, Craig Taborn, Tom Rainey - Prezens (2007)

Artist: David Torn, Tim Berne, Craig Taborn, Tom Rainey
Title Of Album: Prezens
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: ECM
Genre: Jazz
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 72:43
Total Size: 457 MB(+3%)

David Torn, Tim Berne, Craig Taborn, Tom Rainey - Prezens (2007)

Artist: David Torn, Tim Berne, Craig Taborn, Tom Rainey
Title Of Album: Prezens
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: ECM
Genre: Jazz
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 72:43
Total Size: 457 MB(+3%)

Tracklist
01 — AK
02 — Rest & Unrest
03 — Structural Functions Of Prezens
04 — Bulbs
05 — Them Buried Standing
06 — Sink
07 — Neck-Deep In The Harrow…
08 — Ever More Other
09 — Ring For Endless Travel
10 — Miss Place, The Mist…
11 — Transmit Regardless

David Torn, Tim Berne, Craig Taborn, Tom Rainey - Prezens (2007)

personnel :

David Torn — Guitars
Tim Berne — Alto Saxophone
Craig Taborn — Fender Rhodes, Hammond B3, Mellotron
Tom Rainey — Drums

David Torn is a musical chameleon, moving effortlessly from
soundtrack work to pop projects to edgy improv, extending his
guitar with electronic programming, sampling, and overdubs. Here he
sets out at the helm of an improvising quartet with some regular
partners from the New York Downtown School (saxophonist Tim Berne,
keyboard player Craig Taborn, and drummer Tom Rainey) and then
transforms the results with live sampling and extended studio
tinkerings until the present set of pieces emerge in all their
fractured and compound glory. Sounds morph suddenly into other
sounds—-funk into heavy metal, guitar into radio wave, drum
into bass—and time stretches and contracts. The extended band
tracks are scenes of continuous transformation, like «Structural
Functions of Prezens» in which the naked acoustic sweetness of
Berne’s alto is eventually joined by its spectral, sampled other,
or the rapid chatter of Rainey’s drums is set against a world
sinking in time, with tones oozing lower and drifting into stasis.
Always a master of compound textures, Torn here extends his guitar
and the quartet into a utopian orchestra between the human and the
machine. —Stuart Broomer

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