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  1. May 25,  · From Rudresh Mahanthappa's ''Bird Calls'', ACT Music, Rudresh Mahanthappa: alto saxophone Adam O'Farrill: trumpet Matt Mitchell: piano Francois Moutin: acoustic bass Rudy Royston: drums.
  2. ~ Release group by Rudresh Mahanthappa & Bunky Green. Overview; Aliases; Tags; Details; Edit; Album. Release Format Tracks Country/Date Label Catalog# Barcode; Official; Apex: Digital Media: US ; Pi Recordings (Jazz record label founded by Seth Rosner in , based in Brooklyn, NY) Apex: CD:
  3. 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 .
  4. Apex by Rudresh Mahanthappa, Bunky Green: paistarviaglycedstep.fansmorkawalsyrafinenephlenage.infoinfo: Música. Saltar al contenido principal. Prueba Prime Hola, Identifícate Cuenta y listas Identifícate Cuenta y listas Pedidos Suscríbete a Prime Cesta. Música: CDs y vinilos Ir Buscar Los Más Vendidos Ideas.
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  6. A hard-swinging disc that pairs Mahanthappa with Bunky Green, a s player whose best-received work emerged in the late '70s, Apex finds the two hornmen backed by a powerhouse all-star band including newly minted MacArthur fellow Jason Moran on piano, bassist François Moutin, and drummers Damion Reid and Jack DeJohnette switching off.8/
  7. Apex by Rudresh Mahanthappa & Bunky Green, released 28 September 1. Welcome 2. Summit 3. Soft 4. Playing with Stones 5. Lamenting 6. Eastern Echoes 7. Little Girl I'll Miss You 8. Who? 9. Rainer and Theresia The Journey Apex is a blazing collaboration between alto saxophonists Rudresh Mahanthappa and Bunky Green that puts on display a fifty-year continuum of state-of-the-art .
  8. Sep 28,  · Soon thereafter, Rudresh made plans to record with Bunky, enlisting his regular bassist François Moutin and the dynamic young drummer Damion Reid. Jason Moran, who had played on Green’s CD Another Place (Label Bleu), also quickly signed on. The lineup was set when Mahanthappa told Jack DeJohnette in whose band Rudresh plays about the recording.
  9. Review: Apex – Rudresh Mahanthappa and Bunky Green His recording, “Apex,” with altoist Bunky Green, has gotten a lot of buzz, so that’s the one I chose. “Apex” starts with “Welcome,” with Mahanthappa improvising in an Indian-tinged mode, affecting a nasal sound.

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