David Friesen

Day of Rest

Origin 82833

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...melodies are tossed around, now feather-light and wispy as cirrus clouds; or melodies that turn dense with sonic narratives, like foreboding cumulonimbus clouds.
Raul da Gama

Those acquainted with legendary bassist David Friesen's music can easily resubmerge themselves into his creative universe when experiencing a new performance. Ocean-deep in his sensitivity to the human spirit, Friesen is compassionate and his music founded on integrity and the pursuit of excellence. Though he's recorded numerous times on piano as an added voice to his compositions and bass playing, Day of Rest is the first where he's moved the piano to the front as his sole method of expression. The program of 20 short vignettes, composed and improvised, offers another deep dive into Friesen's unique world, and in this case, some moments of peaceful reassurance, a day of rest.


Track Listing:

1 Backward Glance 2:18
2 Day Dream 1:43
3 Goal in Mind 2:32
4 Green Hills Slowly Passing By 1:50
5 Remembering the Moment 2:12
6 Day of Rest 2:17
7 Distant Shores 3:10
8 Everything We Are 2:08
9 In the Moment 3:23
10 Lovely Lady 3:18
11 Meaningful 4:21
12 Mindful of Your Tears 1:50
13 My Dance 2:36
14 My Dog Ellie 2:00
15 Place of Point 2:47
16 Shining Star 2:31
17 Song For Tristan 1:51
18 Time Never Ends 3:08
19 Unfolding 2:59
20 Going Forth 4:46

All music composed by David Friesen - Color Pool Music (BMI)/Bug Music-BMG Chrysalis

Performers:

DAVID FRIESEN - Ravenscroft Grand Piano

Production Info:

Produced by David Friesen
Recorded by Rob Moore at Ravenscroft Studios, Carefree, AZ
on February 4-5, 2020
Mastered by Dana White, Specialized Mastering, Portland, OR
Paintings by David Friesen
Photographs by David Friesen
Cover design & layout by John Bishop




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