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Alchemy - Adam Rudolphs Moving Pictures - Adam Rudolphs Moving Pictures (CD, Album)


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  1. Feb 08,  · Referring to just two of the more notable groups Rudolph has formed over the years, his plus-member Go: Organic Orchestra and Moving Pictures octet, each seems to reflect important, different.
  2. The Unknowable by Adam Rudolph, released 23 February 1. Benediction (Opening) 2. The Simple Truth 3. Late Moon 4. The Unknowable 5. Skyway Dream 6. Transmutation 7. The Turning 8. Present Time 9. Distant Twilight Iconograph Cosmogram Premonition Benediction (Closing) The word magic comes up time and again when speaking of The .
  3. Jan 30,  · ADAM RUDOLPH'S MOVING PICTURES OCTET Adam Rudolph: handrumset (kongos, djembe, tarija), sintir, cajon, itotele,glockenspiel, gongs, .
  4. Album Review. Glare of the Tiger by Mark Corroto Read more articles. March 06, Specializing in high resolution and CD-quality downloads. CD UNIVERSE Specializing in music, movies and video games. Tell us why you would like to improve the Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures musician page.
  5. Rudolph has been scrambling genres since while a member of Mandingo Griot Society, Foday Musa Suso's kora-funk experiment, but the seeds for Moving Pictures were sown in 's Gift of the Gnawa -- with Hassan Hakmoun, Don Cherry and Richard Horowitz-- which combined Moroccan and Indian rhythms as the kernal of jazz-based keistamnylipbackmatulochihamahass.coinfo 9/
  6. Reviews. Best New Releases, Album of the Year: ADAM RUDOLPH'S MOVING PICTURES - "BOTH/AND" The New York City Jazz Record "A masterpiece. Truly. If you're looking for where jazz is heading, I urge you to take a listen to Adam Rudolph's Both/And.".
  7. Jazz album: “Glare of the Tiger” by Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures, released in on M.o.d. Technologies. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.
  8. With his group Moving Pictures, percussionist Adam Rudolph (a Cherry alum) brings together several internationally-aware musicians to extend the tradition pioneered by Cherry. You would think Rudolph were a cornet or flautist himself, considering the generous space his compositions offer to Graham Haynes and Ned Rothenberg.

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