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Customer Reviews

Youthful recording!

Youthful recording, very good production. SFYSO Percussion is very good!

hmm

Still undecided. I know nothing of Stookey except that I've read that he's the youngest composer to be comissioned by the SF Symphony. It's not the most origional work and it sounds as if he borrows freely from better composers in the vein of Gabe Prokofiev. This is even more apparent with the "dance mix" From what I can tell this is just a kid still feeling his way to his own voice so a few years down the line we'll be able to make a better assesment of his talents. -Bz

The only problem is that it's too short!

The strange conglomeration of sounds here is so compelling and often otherworldly that the record's only failing is being so short. The eerie Gamelan-like bells on "Junkestra II" fall into conversation with the singing saw in a beautiful way and the percussive drive of "Junkestra I" makes it tense and exciting. It's music that seems to come from everywhere and nowhere simultaneously, which is no mean feat. Highly recommended.

Biography

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s

Trumpeter David Weiss began working in New York in the mid-'80s, playing with Jaki Byard, Frank Foster, and Jimmy Heath, studying with fellow trumpeters Tommy Turrentine and Bill Hardman, and leading jam sessions nicknamed "After Hours" at the Blue Note club. By 1990, he had formed a band that, over the subsequent five years, included contributions from tenor Craig Handy, bassist Christian McBride, and drummer Jeff Watts. In 1996, he formed the New Jazz Composers Octet from a variety of young New...
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Stookey: Junkestra, David Weiss
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