I was honored to produce and arrange this historical record by the great Basque musician and artist, Fermin Muguruza. We finished in September. Below are videos from the record and from the tour in Spain and the Basque country, June 2016.
Here are a couple from the upcoming release:
at Zeitgeist March 18th, 2015
James Singleton-bass; Justin Peake-dr; Jonathan Freilich-guitar; Brad Walker-saxes; Rex Gregory-woodwinds
On Jeff Albert's site there is a broad archive of stuff. Amongst that is work I've done with The Naked Orchestra and other small groups or mashups with other lights in the music scene.
You can jump to that here...
All original music by Jonathan Freilich. Director- Henry Griffin.
This was composed for the New Orleans Composers Orchestra in 2010. The piece is in two parts: Feast of Thighs and The Power of Unmasking. The piece was to integrate, in a light way, an awareness of forces that occur in crowds during a carnival (dark), the light, unself-conscious releases that occur at that time (light).
plunder electronic piece, collage, of new orleans classics on change and loss by gentrification
written by Jonathan Freilich
From the record The Big Kibosh
featuring Rob Wagner- clarinet; Ben Ellman- sax; Glenn Hartman- accordion; Arthur Kastler-bass; Stanton Moore-drums
From the 2000 release Brief Repairs On The Gradually Unravelling Spool In The Sense Continuum
Recorded at the boiler Room by Mark bingham
Featuring amongst others-
James Singleton-bass; Tim Green-sax; Michael Ray- trumpet; Eric Lucero-trumpet; Joe Cabral- sax; Hart Mcnee-Flute; Mark Diflorio-drums; Matt Perrine- tuba; Chris Kohl-Cl.; Steve Bertram-bassoon; Doug Miller-Bari Sax
From the upcoming Electric Eggplant record. Features Stanton moore- drums; skerik-saxophone; todd sickafoose- bass; jonathan freilich-guitar. Composed by Jonathan Freilich
composed by Jonathan Freilich
Naked On The Floor-
Jonathan Freilich- guitar; Tim Green-sax; Rick Trolsen- Trombone; James Singleton- bass; Mark Diflorio- drums
recorded at Piety St. Studios, New Orleans by Mark Bingham