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Gopuram - Rudresh Mahanthappa - Bird Calls (CD, Album)

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  1. Arakus says:
    Hero Trio. His sixteenth release as a leader/co- leader, Rudresh pays tribute to his greatest influences with an album of interpretations. Presented with characteristically original arrangements in trio format, Rudresh has enlisted the talents of long-time associates François Moutin on .
  2. Nejinn says:
    Bird Calls is the spirit of Charlie Parker’s music, but this is a Rudresh Mahanthappa album. Using bits of Parker melodies and solos as the seeds of inspiration, Mahanthappa cultivates those music fragments into his own expressions and in his own voice, and the bloom is dramatically changed from its origins.
  3. Mebar says:
    I’m a card-carrying member of the Rudresh Mahanthappa fan club, and Bird Calls—the latest album by this fantastic alto saxophonist—explains unelnisandownveratitiwafffedo.coinfo recording honors one of Mahanthappa’s earliest and most endearing musical heroes, Charlie Parker.
  4. Mumuro says:
    The concept here is so inspired, the playing so incendiary that five stars might not be enough. Combining the influences of his own South Indian heritage and the profound influence of alto sax legend Charlie Parker, Mahanthappa has come up with a method of rhythmically recontextualizing Parker songs so that they merely allude to the originals, using a familiar head, an identifiable riff, or a.
  5. Sazuru says:
    Jul 27,  · Rudresh Mahanthappa ft. François Moutin and Rudy Royston – Hero Trio (Whirlwind Recordings WR CD review by Dan Bergsagel) In Rudresh Mahanthappa recorded Bird Calls, a quintet session of original pieces inspired by Charlie unelnisandownveratitiwafffedo.coinfo years later the group returned to the studio to record Hero Trio with three key differences: they had jettisoned the piano and trumpet, .
  6. Mikasho says:
    Inspired by his love of the music of legendary jazz saxophonist Charlie "Bird" Parker, Rudresh Mahanthappa pays homage to the late bebop innovator on 's Bird unelnisandownveratitiwafffedo.coinfo was purportedly while breaking down Parker's performance on "Donna Lee" to help a student learn the infamously difficult song that saxophonist Mahanthappa came up with the concept of a different way to interpret Parker's unelnisandownveratitiwafffedo.coinfo: $
  7. Mazujar says:
    Rudresh Mahanthappa: Bird Calls album review by Dan Bilawsky, published on January 17, Find thousands jazz reviews at All About Jazz!
  8. Maular says:
    This album is not a tribute to Charlie Parker. It is a blissful devotion to a man who made so much possible. Bird Calls on all of us to embrace the beauty of the world as it exists here and now.-From the liner notes by Rudresh K. Mahanthappa Review/5(31).

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