Gregg Bendian (born July 13, 1963) is a jazz percussionist and composer, primarily a vibraphonist. Born in Englewood, New Jersey, Bendian studied under Noel DaCosta. He has played and recorded with Nels Cline, Pat Metheny, Derek Bailey, Peter Brötzmann, Steve Hunt, Gary Lucas and Cecil Taylor amongst others. Records under his own name and that of his group Interzone incorporate elements of fusion and free jazz.
Profile: US drummer, born 13/07/1963 in Englewood, New Jersey.
Gregg Bendian was born on July 13th, 1963 in Englewood, New Jersey. During this period of intense activity the trio toured widely and recorded an album for A&M called "In Florescence"(1990). The disc includes two of Bendian's solo percussion works, "Entity" and "for Steve McCall" - a rather rare instance of Taylor including the works of another composer on his own record date.
Return to the Emerald Beyond by AAJ Italy Staff. Gregg Bendian: Inner Flame, Musical Visions. Change by John Kelman. Bone Structure by Walter Kolosky. Requiem for Jack Kirby by Todd S. Jenkins. Aggregate Music 2008.
Gregg Bendian's Interzone is a 21st century modern music album recording by GREGG BENDIAN released in 1996 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
However, free- jazz drummer Gregg Bendian of Interzone and guitarist Nels Cline have attemptd to do just that. Trending Now. The Songs Hot Chip Wish They Wrote. In reality, this album owes more to John McLaughlin's Mahavishnu Orchestra and the great '70s fusion that Miles himself inspired than any sound John Coltrane ever produced. I can't help but think of the guitar/ drum duo of John McLaughlin & Billy Cobham rather than 'Trane and Al. But there is no doubt that the album is inspired or, at least, possessed. Interstellar Space Revisited is a forward- thinking, millennial interpretation of Coltrane's later music.
|1||Suspend & Disperse||6:29|
|6||For Steve McCall||6:10|
|9||Frame The Invisible||6:24|