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Adam Rudolph: Morphic Resonances (Meta)

Listeners should be advised that Adam Rudolph doesn’t play a beat on this album; it’s a gathering of recent compositions performed by various others, including members of his own New York-based Go: Organic Orchestra. The clear standouts are the first two tracks, in which the Momenta String Quartet gives incisive readings of “Morphic Resonances” and … Read More “Adam Rudolph: Morphic Resonances (Meta)”

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Adam Rudolph’s Moving Pictures: Glare of the Tiger (MOD/Meta)

Adam Rudolph might be the leader of the eight-piece Moving Pictures, but the group doesn’t simply serve as a vehicle to spotlight his hand-drum prowess. Granted, “Lehra” presents three minutes of impressive handwork over a groove, recorded in a manner that makes it leap from the speakers. But most of the time Rudolph works as … Read More “Adam Rudolph’s Moving Pictures: Glare of the Tiger (MOD/Meta)”

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Ig Bo Duet: Joseph Bowie & Adam Rudolph: Good Medicine

Put two musicians in a studio full of instruments (the majority being of the percussive persuasion) and two possible results can emerge: groovy, spatial soundscapes; or the overwhelming, kid-in-a-candy-shop urge to play everything for a few minutes. Good Medicine, a set of duets by trombonist Joseph Bowie and percussionist Adam Rudolph, goes both ways, but … Read More “Ig Bo Duet: Joseph Bowie & Adam Rudolph: Good Medicine”

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