Time Changes  Mark Dresser and Denman Maroney

Mark Dresser has recorded with Ray Anderson, Anthony Braxton, Dave Douglas, John Zorn and countless others. As a composer and bassist, his innovations and contributions to the evolution of jazz are legendary. On Time Changes, he collaborates with pianist Denman Maroney to create a recording of unbridled depth and beauty. Also featured are drummer Michael Sarin, and vocalist Alexandra Montano.


Alexandra Montano
Michael Sarin


2Pulse Field6:07
5One Plate10:25
6Double You5:35
8Lateral Mass5:35
10Between 17th and Bliss5:36


It is, in fact, Maroney and Dresser's expansion of their respective instruments' sonic possibilities that takes the programme of Dresser and Maroney originals, all based on complex and precisely structured forms-with the exception of two free improvisatio

John Kelman, All About Jazz, June 6, 2005

"Mark Dresser and Denman Maroney have covered a lot of territory in their 16 years of frequent collaboration, but this may be their most successful attempt at synthesizing diverse moods and concepts...These guys have invented fresh new ways to go way

Michael Anton Parker, Downtown Music Gallery newsletter, June, 2005

Both Dresser (whose firm dark-hued, robust tone is marvelously Mingusy at times) and Maroney - credited with "hyperpiano," as his keyboard's innards are altered a la John Cage and Henry Cowell's prepared pianos - employ extended techniques, stre

Mark Keresman, Jazz Times, July 2005