Prana Trio

Prana is a Sanskrit word translating into breath, vital energy, or life force. Yet, its meaning goes beyond these descriptions as it refers to the primary energy of the universe.

Prana Trio, or Quartet as of recently, was established to transfer this universal idea of breath into a format based around musical improvisation

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“Like fine jewelers Prana Trio craft perfect settings for the poems.” ~David Dupont, Cadence Magazine

“One of the most stunning releases of the new year is the Prana Trio's The Singing Image of Fire (Circavision).” ~Boston Phoenix

“A Barren and foreboding aural landscape is painted fantastically... The interplay of the musicians is seamless.” ~Mark E. Gallo, Jazz Review.com

“'After Dark' was one of 2004's most precious objects, coming out of nowhere by a young North-American collective named Prana Trio, that approach their craft through a very specific angle.” ~Luis Oliviera, Musique Machine Magazine

“Prana Trio is genuinely original… talented, relevant, etc… For those who can use the whole of their senses to experience music....” ~Jamie Rattner, Performer Magazine

“The trio uses painterly brushstrokes....” ~Tom Greenland, AllAboutJazz-New York

“The isolated, twilit back roads eventually seduce the patient listener.” ~Larry Nai, Cadence Magazine

“Beautiful… Magical…” ~Marilyn Crispell, jazz pianist.

“Prana Trio's music unleashes strong colors which correspond with moods that range from barren rawness to lush and dense intensity

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Discography

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Charles Lloyd Charles Lloyd
saxophone
Albert Ayler Albert Ayler
sax, tenor
Evan Parker Evan Parker
sax, tenor
Paul Bley Paul Bley
piano
Steve Lacy Steve Lacy
sax, soprano
Henry Grimes Henry Grimes
bass, acoustic
Dom Minasi Dom Minasi
guitar
George Garzone George Garzone
sax, tenor
Sonny Simmons Sonny Simmons
sax, alto

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