Julian Priester

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Krentz Ratings:
Keep Swingin' (1960), 5.5/10
Spiritsville (1960), 5/10
Love Love (1973), 7/10
Polarization (1977), 5.5/10
Hints on Light and Shadow (1996), 5/10
In Deep End Dance (2002), 5/10

Chicago-born trombonist Julian Priester debuted with Keep Swingin' (1960) and Spiritsville (1960) while he was playing in Max Roach's group. He was with Herbie Hancock between 1970 and 1973. At the peak of the jazz-rock vogue he recorded the two lengthy improvisations of Love Love (september 1973), featuring synth-man Pat Gleeson, reed players Hadley Caliman and Mguanda David Johnson, keyboardist Bayete Umbra Zindinko, and Chick Corea's guitarist Bill Connors; followed by the more conventional Polarization (january 1977).

He also collaborated with Sam Rivers on Hints On Light And Shadow (november 1996) and recorded In Deep End Dance (april 2002) in a quartet with piano.

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