- Performer:Ben Monder
- Style:Post-Bop,Guitar Jazz,Jazz Instrument
- Date of release:October 21, 1997
- Recording date:December 11, 1996 & December 12, 1996
- Recording location:Eastside Sound, New York, NY
- Size FLAC version1787 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1362 megabytes
- Size WMA version1939 megabytes
- Formats:AHX VQF MP1 AC3 ASF AIFF
Dust is an album by guitarist Ben Monder which was recorded in 1996 and first released on the Arabesque label the following year. It was rereleased on Sunnyside Records in 2006. Critical reception was mixed.
Dust by Ben Monder, released 27 June 2006 1. Sleep 2. Silent Neighbors 3. Thethird Eyebrow 4. Dust 5. In Memoriam 6. I'll Remember 7. Gemini 8. Late Green This newest album "Dust" reflects a quieter, more spacious/less aggressive sound than "Flux", his first work as a leader - which might be a more fitting initiation to Monder's personal sonic offering. Flux" features more obvious rock influences, denser soundscapes, with more settled grooves (to use the term loosely). This newest album "Dust" reflects a quieter, more spacious/less aggressive sound than "Flux", his first work as a leader - which might be a more fitting initiation to Monder's personal sonic offering.
Ben Monder: Dust by James Taylor, published on August 1, 2006. Monder's trio on Dust includes drummer Jim Black and bassist Ben Street. Like Monder, Street is a veteran of avant ensembles led by saxophonist Tim Berne and the aforementioned Konitz. Black has also performed with Berne in his Bloodcount ensemble. Following his work on Dust, Black began his adventures in space-rock avant-jazz experimentation with his AlasNoAxis group. The opening cut, "Sleep, revolves around a sugary pop refrain
Ben Monder Trio – Dust. Label: Arabesque Jazz – AJ0131. Country: US. Released: 1997. Composed By – Ben Monder (tracks: 1 to 5, 7, 8), Don Raye (tracks: 6), Gene De Paul (tracks: 6), Patricia Johnston (tracks: 6). Drums, Percussion – Jim Black. Engineer – Yaniv Mor-Hamoy. Executive-Producer – Marvin M. Reiss. Producer – Ben Monder, Yaniv Mor-Hamoy.
Songs in album Ben Monder - Day After Day CD 2 (2019).
Silent Neighbors, 06:09. The Third Eyebrow, 08:15. I'll Remember April, 06:19.
Dust is an album by guitarist Ben Monder which was recorded in 1996 and first released on the Arabesque label the following year Contents. This isn't Monder's show per se; all three players push and pull the songs in varying directions, following no real leader In JazzTimes, Bret Primack wrote "although he may not be a recognized name in the world of jazz just yet, other musicians certainly know about him. The man can play.
CreditsJim Black - Drums, Main Personnel, Percussion
Franko Caligiuri - Art Direction, Design
Daniel Chriss - Associate Producer
Joel Chriss - Art Direction
Gene DePaul - Composer
Jodi Howard - Post Production Director
Patricia Johnston - Composer
A.T. Michael MacDonald - Editing, Mastering
Ben Monder - Composer, Guitar, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Producer
Don Raye - Composer
Marvin M. Reiss - Executive Producer
Michael Straw - Cover Art
Ben Street - Bass, Bass Instrument, Main Personnel
|1||Sleep Ben Monder||Ben Monder||8:08|
|2||Silent Neighbors Ben Monder||Ben Monder||6:09|
|3||The Third Eybrow Ben Monder||Ben Monder||8:13|
|4||Dust Ben Monder||Ben Monder||10:58|
|5||In Memoriam Ben Monder||Ben Monder||6:40|
|6||I'll Remember April Gene DePaul / Patricia Johnston / Don Raye||Ben Monder||6:18|
|7||Gemini Ben Monder||Ben Monder||8:16|
|8||Late Green Ben Monder||Ben Monder||4:38|