Rain Makes Applesauce by Hans Teuber
From the album
Soft and mellow, sleepy blues.
About the Album
Saxophonist Hans Teuber and bassist Jeff Johnson began their musical association in 1990 when their paths intersected in Seattle. Both had recently arrived and they soon discovered the chemistry between them was substantial and uncanny. Performing together on all five of Johnson's recordings on Origin Records and on hundreds of performances, recordings and concerts over the last 25 years, their musical collaboration is highly intuitive and empathetic. Both diligently mentored in their teens by veteran jazz musicians, while simultaneously playing in a wide variety of musical situations, they each bring a rich palette of influences to their performances. From free improvisations to jazz standards, it's all touched upon here somewhere, in the moment, completely natural, conversational and without pretension.
When I'm In The Sky; Bright Lights, Big City; Let's Pretend; What's New?; Rain Makes Applesauce; Hot Rod; How Deep Is The Ocean; Hopi Dream; Hummingbirds; You've Changed.
Hans Teuber: tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, alto flute; Jeff Johnson: bass.
June 20, 2018
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